About the FdA Community Care in Practice course
We know that services for people are most effective when they are joined up and when health and community care professionals work together. It is important to understand people’s physical health needs, their emotional needs and their social circumstances. This can help us to appreciate each person’s unique circumstances and work in joined up ways to find solutions.
Traditional health and community care roles are changing. There is a shift towards partnership working across the health and community care sector including within social services, charities, care homes, the NHS and social enterprises. We have designed this course to help you work across these settings so you can have a positive impact on people’s lives.
A full level 3 qualification will be required to study at this level. Along with a relevant English and Mathematics at grade 4 and above or equivalent. However, individual circumstances may be considered.
What you will learn
- Study Skills
- Multi-disciplinary working
- Sociological perspectives
- Human Lifespan
- Industry experience
- Empowerment and Equal opportunities
- Mental Health Awareness
- Theoretical models of care
- Industry experience and Professional Practice
- Leadership and Management
- Research Methods
Learning & Teaching Methods
Teaching will be face to face and will take place in college.
Students will learn through Seminars, lectures and placement opportunities. Independent study will also be undertaken along with Research opportunities.
Do you want to study by the sea? Then Scarborough Tec is the place for you. Set in the beautiful town of Scarborough students will benefit from a personalised approach to learning due to the nature of the educational establishment. Students will also benefit from one to one sessions with tutors and will undertake placement in the local area. This placement will help to forge industry relationships.
After successful completion of this degree students will be able to move on to further study or gain work in the related subject.