Teacher in Charge: Mrs C. SimpsonPre-requisites
The aim of this course is to provide students with a broad understanding of the foundations of well-being. It builds upon work covered in the junior school covering units on improving well-being, sexuality, drug issues and food choices. This course is ideally suited to students who have an interest in personal well-being and the well-being of the wider community, leading to employment in social work, nursing, education, as well as the medical field.
The course offers 15 credits via a range of assessment standards which are a mix of both internally and externally assessed standards.
This course offers students the opportunity to:
$25 to cover the cost of a workbook .