Tertiary Catalogue

Health and Science


Transition Anxiety

Transition Anxiety

Understanding Anxiety

Starting at a new school is one of the biggest changes a young person can face and, understandably, it can bring with it many anxious thoughts and feelings. Looking specifically at practical strategies to manage their emotions and behaviours in...Show More
Social Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Social Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Social anxiety affects young and old alike and can be characterised by avoidance of, and distress in, varying social situations. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for identifying social anxiety within the schoolyard...Show More
Panic Disorders: A Teacher's Guide

Panic Disorders: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Panic disorder can evoke frightening physical and emotional reactions that can be confused with those of a heart attack and, as such, medical assistance should always be called in when a student begins to exhibit its symptoms. Once a panic...Show More
Specific Phobias: A Teacher's Guide

Specific Phobias: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Phobias can come in many forms, but the emotions and physical reactions that they elicit in young sufferers tend to look alike. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for identifying children with a phobia, understanding...Show More
Selective Mutism: A Teacher's Guide

Selective Mutism: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Important to distinguish from disengagement or deliberate non-participation in discussion, selective mutism is characterised by an inability to speak or communicate within certain social situations, often in an educational setting. Made...Show More
Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised anxiety disorder is characterised by excessive worry over a sustained period and may affect a student in many physical, psychological and behavioural ways. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for...Show More
Separation Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Separation Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Separation anxiety can cause an overwhelming response in children when they are separated from a loved one, or even simply at the thought of separation. Essential viewing for educators, who may often witness symptoms of this anxiety at the school...Show More
What Is Anxiety?

What Is Anxiety?

Understanding Anxiety

How and when we experience anxiety is as individual as we are. The ways that we cope with and manage it are different too. This programme provides students with an introduction to anxiety, what it might look and feel like, and some of the useful...Show More
Exam Stress

Exam Stress

Understanding Anxiety

Nerves before a big test can be productive. But when nervous energy grows into an overwhelming anxiety, exam performance can suffer, just as the negative feelings and self-talk have convinced you it will. Important viewing for students ahead of...Show More
Presenting Science

Presenting Science

How Scientists Work

After all the work of conducting an investigation, a scientist’s role is not over yet. Essential viewing before concluding their own STEM investigation, this programme introduces students to the many benefits and ways of communicating their...Show More
Choosing What to Investigate

Choosing What to Investigate

How Scientists Work

Exploring the broad issue of urban light pollution through the work of four dedicated researchers, this programme reveals how and why each scientist chose their niche and turned it into a measurable research question. Middle and Senior-secondary...Show More
Considering the Evidence

Considering the Evidence

How Scientists Work

Even the most well planned experiment means little if the evidence collected isn’t properly analysed. Following the progress of four scientists researching the problem of urban light pollution from four different angles, middle and senior...Show More
Collecting the Evidence

Collecting the Evidence

How Scientists Work

Experiments come in many shapes and sizes, but they all have special considerations and constraints that need to be meticulously planned for before any field or lab work can begin. Ideal viewing before undertaking their own STEM investigation,...Show More
Emergency First Aid for Care Workers

Emergency First Aid for Care Workers

All basic first aid procedures are examined, including what to do if you come across an emergency situation, how to treat various types of casualties and how to record any incidents that have taken place. This video follows guidelines and...Show More
Role of the Home Carer

Role of the Home Carer

Home Care

Designed exclusively for those providing care within the Home Care setting, this title introduces home carers to the types of tasks they might be expected to carry out and the range of individuals they may come into contact with; from young...Show More
Role of the Care Worker

Role of the Care Worker

Care Home

This resource presents the role of the care worker in a professional and appealing way. Using demonstrations of good and bad practice in realistic scenarios, this title makes the learning points easy to apply after completing the training. Care...Show More
Principles of Person Centred Care

Principles of Person Centred Care

Home Care

This title is designed exclusively for those providing care within the Home Care setting, and introduces carers to the values that underpin person centred care. It assists them to develop their understanding of how principles of care should be...Show More
Managing Distressed Behaviour

Managing Distressed Behaviour

Care Home

The aim of this video is to consider how care staff can work with individuals who may be aggressive or violent and how to manage distressed behaviour. It will examine the following areas: What is distressed behaviour? Who can present distressed...Show More
Raising Concerns and Whistleblowing

Raising Concerns and Whistleblowing

General Social Care

As a social care worker or volunteer, your first responsibility is to promote the safety and well-being of the individuals you support, protecting them from danger, harm and abuse at all times. In part this is achieved when you come across a...Show More
Fire Safety

Fire Safety

Home Care

Designed exclusively for those providing care within the Home Care setting, this title explores fire safety within the homes of the individuals receiving support. In focusing on fire prevention principles and home carer obligations, it introduces...Show More
Health and Safety

Health and Safety

Home Care

This title is designed exclusively for those providing care within the Home Care setting. In considering the home carer’s duty of care to the person they're supporting and themselves, it aims to improve awareness of common hazards about the...Show More
Food Safety

Food Safety

Home Care

Designed exclusively for those providing care within the Home Care setting, this title explores the vital role home carers have in making sure that they prepare food that is safe to eat. It covers the range of factors that home carers must...Show More
How to Use Fire Extinguishers

How to Use Fire Extinguishers

This video course explores the correct ways in which fire extinguishers should be operated. It explains what the six most common types of extinguisher are and how they should be used. The video outlines the fire tetrahedron, the different classes...Show More
Person Centred Dementia Care

Person Centred Dementia Care

Dementia Care

This video introduces the person-centred qualities that a skilled carer should reflect in their day-to-day practice, and how person centred values and modified techniques can improve a carer’s ability to provide positive, responsive and...Show More
Effective Communication

Effective Communication

One of the most crucial elements of the care worker’s role is their ability to communicate effectively with the individuals they support and each other. This video focuses on verbal, non-verbal and behavioural communication. It looks at how we...Show More