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Working in health and social care can be extremely rewarding.

Our health and social care courses and apprenticeships give students real experience in the health industry, whether in a hospital or caring for those in need - including the elderly and vulnerable - at a care home or in the community.

On our health and social care courses, you'll learn the skills necessary to succeed in the industry, including areas not covered by other colleges. Additionally, you'll gain a thorough understanding of equality, diversity, inclusion, healthcare legislation, and health and safety. These healthcare courses also provide opportunities for practical experience with employers such as North Middlesex University Hospital.

Our health and social care courses and apprenticeships

The School of Health and Social Care offers progression routes from Entry Level to Level 3 courses in health and social care.

We offer courses and apprenticeships in:

  • Health and Social Care
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma in Nursing (Day)
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma in Nursing (evening)
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma in Midwifery
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma in Social Work

Top benefits of our health and social care courses

  • Health and social care courses provide excellent links with employers and community organisations.
  • Work experience opportunities are available for all students leading to fantastic job prospects.
  • Students get to learn specialisms in many areas not matched anywhere else.
  • Students get to work closely with Middlesex University to deliver degrees in counselling.
  • Health and social care courses at CONEL College offer partnerships with North Middlesex University Hospital and Whittington Health.
  • A growing number of apprentices and students are starting work in the healthcare sector in London and beyond.

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

Nurse: Hourly Pay £17.18, Weekly Pay £670, Annual Pay £34,840

Careers Adviser: Hourly Pay £16.06, Weekly Pay £530, Annual Pay £27,560

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Magnus Randall

Magnus completed his apprenticeship in Health and Social Care. He continually worked hard throughout his training and managed to finish his apprenticeship ahead of schedule and secure permanent employment.  

Shirley Dela Vega

Being close to early retirement, Shirley was determined to achieve a formal qualification before she turned 60. During her apprenticeship she worked hard to complete her training. Shirley was also...

Farah Ahmed

While completing her apprenticeship Farah, who is originally from Pakistan, worked hard to improve her English language skills. She passed her Functional Skills in English, which has enabled her to...

Obianju Aniajemba

Obianju was an exemplary student who put a lot of effort into her work, which her tutors said was of a very high standard. She also received positive feedback from...

Sevgi Bostanci

My teachers were kind and supportive, and helped me get the highest grade possible – a triple Distinction. The course was well structured and the work placements helped me gain...

Toni-Ann Scott

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...

Margaret Chidebelu

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...

Josie Camille

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 Morris-Davidson

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 Uriefe

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...

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Entry Level

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Level 1

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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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