Health and Social Care (Applied) A-Level at George Salter Academy
This applied A level provides a more vocational perspective and offers students the chance to obtain a qualification that meets both their individual aptitudes and interests . Prior study at GCSE in Health and Social Care will be useful to students but it is not essential . This course prepares students to enter a variety of courses in Health and Social Care and related subjects . It also provides a progression route for further training whilst in employment .
• Develops knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the health and social sector.
• Develop skills that will enable them to make an effective contribution to the care sector.
• Enables students to apply knowledge, understanding and skills.
• Preparation for further study and training.
Progression routes from this course
Social work, nursing, midwifery, social care, counseling, psychological services, teaching, children’s and family services.
F910: Promoting Quality Care
F911: Communication in Care Settings
F912: Promoting Good Health
F919: Care Practice and Provision
F923: Mental Health Issues
F924: Social Trends
Method of assessment
F910: External examination
F911: Internal coursework
F912: Internal coursework
F919: Internal coursework
F923: Internal coursework
F924: External examination
5 GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades A*– C including English.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact George Salter Academy directly.