Health & Social Care AS & A Level at Queen Elizabeth's School
Health & Social Care combines elements of Sociology, Psychology, Law and Ethics. Typically, students of H&SC will have a work placement alongside their academic studies; such a placement may take place in a nursery, residential home, hospital or other caring establishment.
Students may go on to become doctors, nurses, care assistants, social workers, physiotherapists, counsellors, psychotherapists, paramedics or a range of other related occupations.
- Promoting Quality Care
- Communication in Care Settings
- Promoting Good Health
- Care Practice & Provision
- Child Development
- Anatomy & Physiology
GCSE Grade C in Child Development or Health & Social Care or C in English.
Further qualifications: students who achieve this qualification are prepared to enter a variety of HND or degree level courses in Health and Social Care related subjects.
Employment: this qualification gives a broad introduction to the sector and aims to prepare students for further study in higher education or for further training. Training might take place whilst in employment, but this qualification is not designed for candidates’ direct entry into work.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Queen Elizabeth's School directly.