Health & Social Care
Costs: It is strongly advised that students purchase their own copy of the text book used. Details can be obtained from the class teacher. Students are expected to meet their own printing costs.
Entry requirements on ‘SSFC Course Information, Advice & Guidance’ document apply.
What will I study?
In this course, students study a combination of biology, nutrition, sociology, law and ethics and it prepares students for further study or work in care, health or early years professions.
It is a practical course that concentrates on allowing the student to understand how theory underpins practice.
Placements are an essential component of the course in both years.
What will I gain in studying Health and Social Care?
- Essential skills and knowledge for working in the field of health and social care or those associated with it.
- Ability to investigate ways of empowering individuals who use Health and Social Care services.
- Self-management skills by researching and applying your knowledge and understanding to real-life scenarios
Where does it lead?
Progression to Higher Education or employment within the Health, Social Care and Early Years sectors.