Why study Health & Social Care?

In order to learn the skills and compassion needed to deliver first class care!

  • Health and Social Care can help you take your first steps towards a career in a variety of health and social care settings, including Early Years. You’ll learn skills, such as effective communication, alongside the essential values of care relating to the workplace.

  • PERSONALISED - RELATING SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE - Through study, students are given the opportunity to personalise their learning by relating their studies to care settings that interest them and enable them to make informed future career choices
  • BALANCED - IN DESIGN - The wide range of topics studied allow the students the flexibility to explore all aspects of care, both health and social care related
  • INCLUSIVE - IN CONTENT AND UPTAKE - Through study, work experience and employer engagement to accurately reflect the world of work
  • EFFECTIVE - IN SECURING QUALIFICATIONS AND ALLOWING PROGRESSION - Through the opportunity given to students to progress from Level 2 or to start as a new subject
  • RICH - IN SPECIALISATION AND BREADTH OF OFFER - Through course selection, units chosen and staff specialisms. Also, rigorous Quality Assurance in planning, delivery and assessment of the course
  • COHERENT - IN EXPECTATION, COMMUNICATION AND DELIVERY - Through logical courses that allow students to develop, progress and show their level of understanding. Knowledge within units overlaps and consolidates learning
  • SEQUENTIAL - IN DESIGN, SKILL, ACADEMIC AND WORK-RELATED LEARNING - Through lessons that build on skills, academic understanding and real-world application, allowing students to successfully link theory to practice