Why Study Health and Social Care Here?

Full course name: Health and Social Care Level 2 BTEC First Extended Certificate
Year running: 17/18
Awarding body: EDEXCEL BTEC/KS

Our courses are designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need whether you want to go on to university or start a successful and rewarding career in one of the Health and Social Care professions. The Health and Social Care department has a full range of vocational equipment, including NHS standard hospital beds, mannequins, wheelchairs, Zimmer frames and other related apparatus. The teachers in the Health and Social Care department are passionate about helping every student to reach his or her full potential.

With a great mix of practical skills and academic work, the BTEC Level 2 course will give you an excellent introduction to the Health and Social Care profession. You will have the chance to explore a range of areas in this field and cover topics such as; Communication and Individual Rights; Individual Needs; Cultural Diversity; Anatomy and Physiology; Human Lifespan Development; The Impact of Diet On Health and Creative Activities.

To do this course you will need to meet our entry requirements.

Click here for general entry requirements.

BTEC Health and Social Care is assessed through external exams, coursework and practical work.

Health and Social Care professionals enjoy some of the most rewarding careers, in roles such as Nursing, Midwifery, Radiography, Radiotherapy, Teaching, Chiropracting and Public Health.



Why Study Health and Social Care Here?

Full course name: Health and Social Care BTEC Level 3 90-credit Diploma
Year running: 17/18
Awarding body: EDEX REG

Our courses are designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need whether you want to go on to university or start a successful and rewarding career in one of the Health and Social Care professions. The Health and Social Care department has a full range of vocational equipment, including NHS standard hospital beds, mannequins, wheelchairs, Zimmer frames and other related apparatus. The teachers in the Health and Social Care department are passionate about helping every student to reach his or her full potential.

In the first year of the course you will study topics such as Communication, Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding, Sociology, Psychology, Lifespan Development and Anatomy. In the second year, topics may include Physiological Disorders, Administration of Medication, Defence Against Disease, Research, Nutrition and Safeguarding Adults and Children.

To do this course you will need to meet our entry requirements.

Click here for general entry requirements.

BTEC Health and Social Care is assessed through external exams, coursework and practical work.

Health and Social Care professionals enjoy some of the most rewarding careers, in roles such as Nursing, Midwifery, Radiography, Radiotherapy, Teaching, Chiropracting and Public Health.

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