Equivalent to 1 A Level
BTEC National Certificate and Subsidiary Diploma in Health and Social Care students will complete a range of coursework tasks in order to meet the set learning requirements for each unit. Tasks vary between traditional reports and newer exploratory learning assessments. Coursework can be assessed in a variety of ways including practical activities. All tasks have a kinaesthetic, vocational educational basis and are marked and moderated continuously throughout the year.
Method of assessment 100 % coursework.
You will complete 6 units over the two years.
Overview of some topics you will study on the course:
You will be awarded a pass, merit or distinction
You gain so many skills on the course as the units we study are so diverse: law, childcare, social changes etc…
-BTEC Health and Social Care student
Skills and knowledge acquired are transferable and will enable individuals to meet changing circumstances, in their own lives or future employment.
Many of our students go on to do a range of degree course or have careers in nursing, midwifery, social work, occupational therapy, speech therapy, paramedic, teaching, psychology, sociology and many more.
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