The aim of this qualification is to inspire and enthuse learners to consider a career in the health and social care sector. It will give you the opportunity to gain an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to work in this area. It will also support progression to a more specialised level 3 vocational or academic health and social care course.
Applicants should normally have a minimum of a full Level 1 qualification (4 GCSEs at grades D-G, including English and Mathematics at grades D-F or equivalent qualification profile from the Register of Regulated Qualifications). Applicants presenting with a Junior Cert qualification should have attained a majority of higher-level subjects.
During the Pre-Entry Advice Sessions, applicants will be expected to demonstrate that they are committed and motivated to the programme.
Attendance at IPEAS or GPEAS is essential for the selection of candidates in all level 2 full time courses.
The College may also use other evidence provided as part of the application process.
Modules normally include:
- Human Lifespan Development
- Health and Social Care Values
- Effective Communication in Health and Social Care
- Equality and Diversity
- Healthy Living
- Creative and Therapeutic Activities
- Human Body Systems
- Impact of Nutrition
- Services in Health and Social Care
You will also study Essential Skills in Literacy and/or Numeracy if you do not already hold a GCSE (grade C or above) in these areas.
1 year full-time
On successful completion of this course you can choose to work and train further in the field of health and social care in an environment such as a nursing home. You can also progress to a Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care or CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Child Care and Education.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications for this course are now closed!
028 3025 9685
IMPORTANT COURSE & DELIVERY STATEMENT
In light of the continuing Covid-19 situation, Southern Regional College may have to amend the delivery methods for a number of courses for the new academic year, or should the need arise effect a temporary College closure. This may also lead to restrictions when accessing student services. Please be assured that the safety of our students is paramount and as such we will be implementing a range of measures in line with government advice and protocols. We will make all appropriate and reasonable adjustments to maintain the ongoing quality of teaching and learning and our support services.
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