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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

Health, Social Care and Early Years

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  • thumb 93% of our students are satisfied
  • percent 94% Achieve their qualifications

Not sure whether a Health and Social Care course is for you? We can help you decide.

Caring for children, the elderly and vulnerable adults can be an extremely rewarding profession

We offer courses, some up to degree level, and apprenticeships in early years care, health and care, counselling and supporting teaching and learning, including access to higher education courses in nursing, midwifery and social work.

You’ll not only gain the skills needed to work in care, including areas not covered by other colleges, but be able to gain practical experience with nearby employers, including the North Middlesex University Hospital.

Our Courses and Apprenticeships

The School of Health, Care and Early Years offers progression routes from Entry Level to Foundation Degree level. All of our Health and Social Care courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.

We offer courses and apprenticeships in:

  • Early Years
  • Health and Social Care
  • Supporting Teaching and Learning
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma Nursing
  • Foundation Degree in Counselling

Top Facts for Health, Care and Early Years

  • Excellent links with employers and community organisations
  • Work experience for all students leading to fantastic job opportunities
  • Specialisms in many areas not matched anywhere else
  • Close working with Middlesex University to deliver degrees in counselling
  • Partnership with North Middlesex University Hospital and Whittington Health to train and employ healthcare workers
  • 19 Healthcare workers and 10 apprentices began work with North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust in 2015 and this is growing

What you could earn

Healthcare Assistant: Hourly Pay £10.51, Weekly Pay £410, Annual Pay £21,320
Dental Nurse: NHS: Hourly Pay £10.00, Weekly Pay £380, Annual Pay £19,760
Care Assistant: Hourly Pay £8.52, Weekly Pay £360, Annual Pay £18,720
Midwife: NHS: Hourly Pay £19.21, Weekly Pay £730, Annual Pay £37,960
Teaching Assistant: Hourly Pay £9.43, Weekly Pay £330, Annual Pay £17,160
Occupational Therapist: Hourly Pay £16.15, Weekly Pay £630, Annual Pay £32,760
Nurse: Hourly Pay £17.18, Weekly Pay £670, Annual Pay £34,840
Nursery Worker: Hourly Pay £8.21, Weekly Pay £320, Annual Pay £16,640
Speech and Language Therapist: Hourly Pay £16.94, Weekly Pay £610, Annual Pay £31,720

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Health and Social Care Excellence Award Winner Toni is a praised student for her commitment and outstanding ability to learn. She obtained the fantastic grade of Merit in her Health...

Dayana remains a model student in the eyes of her teachers from her Early Years course. Enjoying all aspects of the course, Dayana excelled in her coursework and was found...

Margaret achieved the top grade of Distinction * for her Health and Social Care Diploma Level 2. She was also studying for her English GCSE at the same time and...

Health, Care and Early Years Excellence Award Winner Josie had a willingness to learn and complete her work to the best of her abilities. She would always engage with all...

Donna is an exceptionally motivated and committed student who, despite a full time job and busy family life, has never failed to provide excellent research and evaluation skills and put...

Clifford has been one of the most selfless and supportive members of his class group. He works with people who have challenging behaviours and, as a result of his achievements...

Angeline has been highly motivated and hardworking and has achieved distinction grades for all of her units. Angelia said, "When I was thinking about attending college, I never thought that...

Seniz has motivated herself extremely well and worked very hard to achieve and complete her units. She built up her research skills very effectively. She has been very successful in...

Molly has made outstanding progress over the year with excellent attendance in College and on work placement. Molly's work placement report was brilliant reflecting on how well she integrated herself...

Marie's tireless and supportive work ethic has made her a great addition to the class. Her kindness towards her peers was both impressive and selfless. Marie was known to prepare...

What are the levels?

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Margaret Chidebelu

The College is an excellent place to learn where I studied Health and Social Care. I started at Level 1, then progressed onto Level 2, and have improved my English and standard of work. Now I’m working at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.

Margaret Chidebelu Health and Social Care Diploma

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Entry Level

This level will help you to develop general skills and improve your confidence if you do not have any experience or GCSEs. It will improve your basic reading, number skills and English language skills

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Level 1

This level will give you a good basic knowledge and understanding of the subject area. This level will develop your functional skills and give you some work experience.

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Level 2

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Level 3

This level gives you a thorough and developed understanding of the subject area. This level will give you experience in problem-solving, managing a workload and adapting your skills to achieve your objectives. This level is the minimum requirement when applying to universities and is the preferred requirement for most employers.

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Level 4 and Above

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