Health and Social Care at South Holderness Technology College
This BTEC course enables you to link theory with practice in a variety of ways. The design of the course enables the student to apply their learning to a range of work related contexts.
Staff delivering the course have a wide range of experience in the delivery of Health and Social Care. We can boast a number of work placement opportunities that allow the student the opportunity of developing professional practice very early on.
The college has a history of working with a local university and other education and health providers, offering an excellent programme for those who are interested in a career in this sector.
5 GCSEs A-C grade including Maths and English
A grade B in GCSE subjects is required for most A Level programmes. Please speak to the sixth form subject teacher for specific details on course entry.
You must have the ability to plan study time in order to complete coursework satisfactorily, a willingness to work independently and a keen interest in the health, social care and early years sector.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact South Holderness Technology College directly.