Level 2 RSPH Award in Understanding Behaviour Change
The aim of this qualification is to provide the learner with the knowledge and confidence to offer opportunistic brief advice to, or engage in brief interventions with, individuals about behaviour change which could improve their health and well being.
The course enables learners to understand the importance of listening, hearing and observing when establishing appropriate relationships with individuals for the purpose of helping them to develop strategies to undergo behaviour change. It will help learners to engage with individuals for the purpose of delivering brief advice and behaviour interventions and to support them to improve their health and wellbeing.
You must complete all short quiz questions at the end of each module, then a mock exam comprising of 30 multiple choice questions.
On successful completion of the mock examination, and in order to be certificated by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), applicants will be registered for the official RSPH examination. This exam follows the same format as the mock examination described above. Once complete you'll also have access to RSPH Associate Membership as well.
The RSPH is a leading independent body with an international reputation dedicated to the promotion, practice and protection of the highest standards of public health. As a registered charity, the RSPH is an awarding body recognised by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) and provides a portfolio of qualifications that are directly relevant to the workplace.
This module explores how behaviour can damage people's health
This module explores the skills needed to ensure that conversations with people about behaviour change are successful.
This module explores models to explain motivation for change, the signals that indicate willingness to and how to respond to them.
This module looks at factors that need to be present for a behaviour change to succeed.