Health and Social Care
Health and Social Care course covers all aspects of care for adults and children in all settings, you will learn about development through the life stages, public health, physiological disorder, anatomy and physiology, equality, diversity and rights in care work, values and planning and supporting and protecting adults; providing you with the foundation for one of many amazing career paths in this vast and varied sector.
Providing care, support and help to those who need it most is a really rewarding career choice. Our expert Health and Social Care team come with a wealth of industry-based experience.
What you will learn
All you need to do is apply for the subject of your choice and we will work out the level of course with you, using your predicted and actual GCSE results and other qualiﬁcations. Maths and English are essential subjects, if you missed out on gaining an A-C grade at school these will be studied alongside your main course to give you more opportunities in the future.
Whatever level you need to start at, if you just missed out on a grade or if you need more stretch and challenge, our courses will be tailored just for you to ensure your learning success.
We offer Level 1, 2 and 3 qualiﬁcations in health & social care.
UCAS points are available upon completion of the Level 3 course and should you chose to carry on your studies the possibilities are vast. If you want to get straight into the workplace, our Apprenticeship pathways include Health and Social Care, why not visit the Apprenticeship website today for more information.There is also the option of doing an Access course.
This programme prepares you for Degree level studying, and can give you the entry requirements you need for university in one academic year.
You will go through many of the essential areas of study, developing skills, such as researching information and essay writing, as well as getting to grips with using the new technology available to you.
Other units you study will be relevant to health & social studies, such as psychology, sociology and anatomy & physiology.