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Location: The RoundHouse
You’ll gain a range of skills, techniques and personal attributes essential for a successful career in health and social care. The course offers a placement and the opportunity to develop work-related skills in a health or care environment.
Four GCSEs at grade D or above – to include English (grade 3 or above) – will be accepted.
An interview is essential before you can enrol. You will also need evidence of identity for the Criminal Records Bureau (DBS) check. A clear DBS is required for your placement. A good record of attendance is also required and evidence of this must be provided.
Communication in Health and Social Care
Individual Rights in Health and Social Care
Individual Needs in Health and Social Care
Ensuring Safe Environments in Health and Social Care
Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care
Human Lifespan Development
Functional Skills in English and Maths
You will develop your skills in maths and English to support your main programme of study, help with your future progression and enhance your life skills.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is through a range of assignment and placement tasks and exams scheduled over the year. These will include written assessments, presentations, displays and practical tasks. An overall grade is given at the end of the year. Functional Skills will be assessed by portfolio and online assessments.
Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?
You need practical smart clothing and shoes for attendance at your placement. You will also have to cover the travel costs to reach your placement.
What can I do after this course?
If you gain an overall grade of Merit or Distinction on this Health and Social Care course and pass Functional Skills in English at Level 2, you may be able to progress to the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care – subject to interview and good attendance.
You can move into health care or related employment.
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