Level 3 Access Diploma or equivalent Level 3 qualification (e.g. A-Levels) and GCSEs Grade C (or above) for Maths and English (or equivalent (e.g. Pass at Functional Skills Level 2).
Anyone looking to start a career in the health and social care sector.
This course boasts a real-world integrated approach to learning in the healthcare sector. It has been designed to equip students with the healthcare practice skills, knowledge and the understanding necessary to achieve high performance in the global health and social care environment. Students will be able to progress on to the Level 5 HND in Healthcare Practice. Students also have the option of converting their qualification into a degree by studying an additional year at university.
The course covers a range of subjects including law, policy and ethical practice, professional principals and values, supporting the individual, evidence-based practice, sociological and psychological perspectives, and supporting adults in residential care.
Classes are taught though face-to-face lectures and 1-2-1 meetings. Students will engage in group work, research projects and flip-learning.
HND Healthcare Practice
Jobs in the health and care sector can include (but are not limited to) any of the following job roles: healthcare practitioner, residential care home, home care assistant, social worker, counselling.
Fees for new learners on HNC Year 1 are £5990
Fees for learners moving from HNC to HND (direct entry to year 2) are £5990
Fees for learners moving from HND year 1 to HND year 2 are £5990 (cost of living rise only = 3%).
You may access a student loan for the fees and maintenance.
The Student Finance England website has full details and you can use their calculator to see what help you may be entitled to.
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*There may be additional costs for this course
Teaching will be a combination of individual, paired and group work. Assessment methods will vary for each module but will be a range of:
Essays, research projects, presentations, observations, timed written assessment.