Health and Social Care BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma at Ivybridge Community College
What will you study?
What are the main modules you will study?
Developing Effective Communication
Equality, Diversity and Rights
Health, Safety and Security
Development through the Life Stages
Caring for Children and Young People
This interesting and varied course will provide you with a wide range of options either for Higher Education or full-time employment in the related sectors. The qualification provides learners with a range of knowledge, understanding and skills which are highly regarded by employers, with the potential for further professional development.
This course can provide an excellent vocational skill set, making you highly employable in an increasingly competitive job market. Alternatively you will be equally prepared to pursue Higher Education with this qualification which is well regarded by universities.
In order to be considered for an Advanced Subsidiary Course, which leads to a full Advanced Level, students will be expected to have gained an absolute minimum of five GCSE grades at C or above in Mathematics and English, with a minimum of B grades in their chosen subjects having been studied at a higher tier.This course is suitable for you if you are interested inworking in related fields in the future. You will needto have achieved the College’s entry requirements for Tertiary education.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Ivybridge Community College directly.