Course Code: CE3MHSC1 / 18DA11Z
Information on course fees
If you are aged 16 – 18:
If you are over 18, fees may apply:
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Health and Social Care BTEC National Extended Certificate Level 3
Introduction to the course
This course will give you an introduction to the health and social care industry, with units specifically designed to give you the skills you need to provide personalised care for individuals.
You will study topics that focus on the key aspects of health and social care, including safeguarding, confidentiality, meeting support needs and the key aspects of development that influence health.
The mandatory content of the qualification incorporates topics relevant across the health and social care sector:
- Human Lifespan Development
- Working in Health and Social Care
- Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs
What do I need?
You must be at least 16 yrs old.
English GCSE (grade C or 4 minimum) or Functional Skills L2 Maths GCSE (grade C or 4 preferable) or Functional Skills L2
How is the course taught?
Units are taught by experienced tutors in a supportive and encouraging environment. The Health & Social Care team includes tutors from a range of professional backgrounds, enabling individuals to learn about a range of work and professional career options.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is specifically designed to fit the purpose and objective of the qualification. It includes a range of assessment types and styles suited to vocational qualifications in the sector.
What does it lead to?
This qualification enables learners to either progress to higher education, or obtain work within the local health and social care sector. Typical progression routes are:
- Care Support Workers in Adult Residential Settings
- Healthcare Assistants in Community, Primary Care and Acute Health Environments
- Care Support Workers in Domiciliary Services, Supported Living or Day Services
- Community-Based Support Workers.
- Nursing, therapy, social work and technical degree qualification etc.
|Location||Start Date - End Date|
|Enfield Centre||3 Sep 2018 - 5 Jul 2019|
- Last Updated: 17 January 2018
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