This course is equivalent in size to three A Levels. Over the two year course you will study a diverse range of topics including: human development, care and support, public health, psychology, sociology, research techniques and analysis, anatomy, physiology and biological disorders. You will also undertake work experience, planning and logging your own progress in this area.
5 GCSE's preferably including English and Maths. A merit or above in any BTEC subject shows ability for coursework.
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Health and social care is a suitable course for any future career with vulnerable people, whatever their age, ability or condition. It is valuable for those wishing to go to university, into apprenticeships, or employment. Students have entered nursing, teaching, medical support roles, community and youth work, social work and all types of care from gaining this qualification.