Introduction to Health and Social Care and Childrens and Young Peoples Settings - Level 1 Certificate at Chichester College
If you like the idea of working with adults, young people or children and a career in either health, social or childcare then this course will offer you an introduction to professional practice, basic care, learning and development. It will give you a foundation of knowledge and practical skills and in addition will build your confidence, teamwork and communication skills within the vocational framework.
The course is made up of 14 units that will be assessed by a variety of methods including projects, written assignments and practical tasks. As students progress through the course, they will achieve the Award followed by the Certificate. Functional skills qualifications in Maths and English will be taught alongside the course. Example units include: • Person Centred Approach • Healthy Eating • Preparing for your Next Steps • Values and Principles • Range of Service Provision.
Teaching and learning through taught sessions, group work, role play, self study and practical tasks.
•Minimum age 16 years. •No formal qualifications required •Two appropriate references (e.g. school / work experience) and a genuine interest in the sector.
All units will be internally assessed through a variety of methods including projects, written assignments and practical tasks.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.