Multiple Choice Questions

Programme objective Number 1
Adult & Mental Health Applicants – Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of partnership working and
interpersonal relationships to engender compassionate, effective personalised care.
CYP Applicants – Demonstrate safe and effective communication and interpersonal skills necessary to work
effectively with a child, family and carers and within the context family-centred care.
Date from and to:
Number of hours
Type of health and/or social care experience
List the title of evidence below (see examples in Appendix 1)
Brief description of how this experience meets this objective, including the skills, knowledge or attitudes you
have learned as a result if this experience. Please provide examples in your description.
Programme objective Number 2
Adult & Mental Health Applicants – Practice in a non-discriminatory manner valuing diversity and
demonstrating respect for people’s rights and choices.
CYP Applicants – Practice in a non-discriminatory manner valuing diversity and demonstrating respect for
children and young people’s rights and choices.
Date from and to:
Number of hours
Type of health and/or social care experience
List the title of evidence below (see examples in Appendix 1)

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Brief description of how this experience meets this objective, including the skills, knowledge or attitudes you
have learned as a result if this experience. Please provide examples in your description.
Programme objective Number 3
Adult, Mental Health and CYP Applicants – Understand the interaction between biological and psychosocial
determinants of health, illness and wellbeing
Date from and to:
Number of hours
Type of health and/or social care experience
List the title of evidence below (see examples in Appendix 1)
Brief description of how this experience meets this objective, including the skills, knowledge or attitudes you
have learned as a result if this experience. Please provide examples in your description

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