BSc Honours

Health & Social Care

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Course delivery:

Classroom based

Course duration?

2 Year(s)

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This course is ideal for those students who know that they want a job which involves helping people in some way, even if they are not sure which type of employment they wish to enter. The vocational placement part of the course gives students the opportunity to gain an insight into a number of different job roles, as well as allowing individuals to gain the actual hands-on experience that is so important to universities and employers. The course is very generic, allowing students to study a variety of different topics.
You will study nine units over the two year course and sit one controlled assessment. The topics are wide ranging and include human growth and development, working in health and social care, psychological and sociological perspectives, communication, safeguarding, equality, diversity and rights and infection prevention.

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