Key details

OCNLR Level 1 Award in Awareness of Drugs and Substance Misuse Qualification Guide
(with units)
Qualification approval number  603/3123/9
Per-learner fee to centre  £19.00
Guided learning hours  9
Credit value  1
Minimum age for access  14

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    About this qualification

    The OCNLR Level 1 Award in Awareness of Drugs and Substance Misuse aims to provide learners with an understanding of the use and misuse of legal and illegal drugs and substances, and the risks involved.

    This Award is useful for people who want to know more about the topic for themselves or others, in a personal, professional or voluntary capacity.

    The qualification is one of 16 single-unit Awards ‘nested’ in the OCNLR Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health and Wellbeing.

    Units with support materials and tutor resources

    The below units have associated Resource packs, Interactive resources, and/or the Online assessment platform.
    Please contact us to enquire about using these materials or to see demo.

    Name Resource pack Interactive resources Online platform
    Awareness of Drugs and Substance Misuse (Rise360 course)

    Funding

    There is funding available for this qualification from the following source(s):
    Adult Skills, 16-19 EFA, Section 96 (Approved for 14-16s). Find out more by accessing The ESFA funding hub.

    Where can I study this qualification?

    For information on where to study this course please email enquiries@ocnlondon.org.uk or call 020 7278 5511.

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