Fees indicated are based on the current academic year (2018/19) and are subject to change next year.
For students under 19
Our courses & apprenticeships are usually free if you are 18 or under on the 31st of August 2019. Some courses have additional fees for things like materials and travel, which you will need to pay at the start of your course. Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for financial support for these costs.
For students aged 19 or over
If you are aged 19 or over you may be required to pay fees. Some courses may be free, depending on your circumstances. Certain Level 3 & 4 courses require you to pay the fee in full or take out an Advanced Learning Loan to pay for your course. Please see our guide to fees for more information.
Students from outside the EU/EEA need to pay the full international fee for their course. Please note, West London College does not offer Tier 4 Visa Sponsorship for students to study in the United Kingdom.
Challenging behaviour is causing increasing concern today as many individuals have increasing levels of stress and uncertainty in their lives. This behaviour can be due to factors such as anxiety, neglect, abuse, learning disabilities and conditions like dementia. Understanding the causes of challenging behaviour is the first step toward finding ways to support individuals and manage their behaviour.
Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification
Improve your understanding of the reasons why individuals display behaviour that challenges and its impact
Further your personal and professional development
Be able to support individuals effectively
- Learn at a time that suits you without the need to attend college
You must be aged 19 or over and have lived in the EU/EEA for the past 3 years.
What you will learn
Understand Behaviour That Challenges
Understand How to Support Positive Behaviour
Understand the Importance of Effective Communication and the Management of Behaviour That Challenges
- Understand the Role of Reflection and Support for Those Involved in Incidents of Behaviour that Challenges