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Health and Social Care
Do you want to make a difference to the lives of others? Can you support those with disabilities, mental health issues, learning difficulties, physical disabilities, or dementia? Can you empower and inspire others to be independent?
Top success rates in the area for 16-18 year olds in Health, Public services and Care
(City College 91.2%, Eastleigh 88.9%, Richard Taunton 84%, Itchen 83.9%, Brockenhurst 83.6%, Barton Peveril 79.6%, Totton 75.6%)
Source: 11/12 National Success Rate Tables
Chloe Benham achieved triple distinctions and is now at Bournemouth University studying adult nursing
If you are a caring and compassionate person, and keen to help others, there are many career prospects in health and social care. A skilled workforce is important in the delivery of high quality care and we can help you to develop those skills and identify the career of your choice.
Our programmes continually evolve to meet the needs of industry and we offer courses from L2 to L5. At L2 you will learn the fundamental skills of care required in a work placement and at L3 a range of theories and skills. This is a diverse programme that incorporates necessary communication and scientific skills.
Social worker, care worker, nurse, occupational therapist, midwife, youth worker, counsellor, support worker.
You will be based at the main campus in a modern learning environment full of useful resources. You will also have access to a range of books, journals and online materials through our learning resources centre.
How will I be assessed?
Through coursework only – there are no tests on these courses! You will also be assessed on your work placement.
Depending on your GCSE grades, you may be able to study an A Level alongside L3 via our Vocational Plus programme.
Care and Health
Skills for Care
Skills for Health
Skills for Care and Development