BTEC Level 3 in Health and Social Care (Double)
Course delivery:Classroom based
Course duration?2 Year(s)
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What is it? A platform to enter nursing and allied health professions, education and social work. Involving a range of topics, work related projects and placements, which prepare you for your future career. Why study this course at Blackpool Sixth? We offer two pathways: nursing cadetship (must study triple) or general health studies. There are a large variety of work placements. First aid training, guest speakers and clinical skills. Excellent high grades and 100% pass rate. We invite in a large variety of guest speakers, including: Highfurlong School, Starbuddies (breastfeeding awareness), nurses from Blackpool Victoria Hospital (how to get into nursing), Wyre and Fylde Childrens Centres, health promotion and sexual and domestic violence training, how to get into teaching, Neurolinguistic Programming. We run first aid training visits to Kids up North and the University of Chester. Specific course entry requirements: Some nursing/midwifery courses at the university may require grade 5 or above in GCSE Maths, English Language and/or Science. Completion of DBS check.
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