BTEC National Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Health & Social Care at All Saints Catholic High School
This course is equivalent to 1.5 A Levels
The BTEC National is a flexible, up to date vocational course. This qualification is designed to support progression to higher education.
1 Human Lifespan Development
2 Working in Health and Social Care
3 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs
4 Physiological Disorders and their Care
5 Principles of Safe Practice
Merit in BTEC Health and Social Care if taken, 4 in Health and Social Care GCSE, if taken
Units 1 and 2 are externally assessed tasks.
Units 3 and 4 are coursework units which are assessed by teachers at school.
BTECs embody a learner centred approach to the curriculum with a focus on the holistic development of practical, interpersonal and thinking skills required to be able to succeed in employment and higher education. Students acquire knowledge, understanding and skills that will be recognised and valued.
Many students who choose this course go on to study for degrees in nursing, midwifery, social work, occupational therapy, paramedic practice or other health and social care related subjects.
“...I enjoyed applying the observations I made at a care home to my report writing. This really helped me to see care work from a service user’s view point. I now understand how important practitioner roles are in ensuring that service users are treated in the correct manner.” “...I am interested in midwifery or social work as a career. This course gives me the skills, knowledge and understanding I will need for whichever degree I choose.”
How to apply
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