- Level 2 Health and Social Care
- Level 2 Early Years and Education
All learners taking this qualification will study core units that focus on key transferable skills such as research and planning, time management and working with others. Learners will also take a number of sector units which could include:
Finding Out About Health and Social Care Services
Communication Skills for Health and Social Care
Making Healthy Snacks When Caring for People
Advising Others About Healthy Lifestyles
Providing a Creative Activity When Caring for People
Supporting Others to Use Adapted Equipment Safely
Measuring Older Adults' Fitness Levels for Everyday Tasks
Visiting a Health or Social Care Setting
This course will be delivered through theory and practical sessions
BTEC Level 1 Introductory Diploma in Health and Social Care.
English and Maths Functional Skills or GCSE depending on prior attainment
You will be assessed in a range of ways that may include the completion of assignments, projects, question papers, presentations, observations and portfolios throughout the course.
Places are offered by 1-1 interview with a member of the Foundation team and a positive reference or report from your last educational establishment.
No formal qualifications are needed to gain entry, however learners must be working towards an entry level for Maths/English and have an interest in health and social care and childhood studies.
Learners on the Level 1 course will complete compulsory work experience of a minimum of 30 hours
N/A for 16 to 19 year olds (25 if an EHCP is in place)