Ideal if: you have a caring nature and would like to explore careers in the sector, and want to develop the skills needed to progress on to a Level 2 qualification.
You’ll learn: English and maths skills, alongside creative activities with children and young people; how children develop; communications skills in a health care setting; and healthy eating.
Expect: to work with other students to complete a project and demonstrate your learning and confidence. Alongside a focus on English and maths.
You’ll love: lots of practical activities within the class and work experience opportunities in care settings, such as nurseries and residential care and day centres.
This course gives you the opportunity to develop a basic understanding of the skills required to work in health and social care/early years settings and the needs of those you’ll be working with. You will study: • Rights and Responsibilities at work • Health and Social Care needs • Early Years needs • Creative activities • Personal care • Healthy Eating
We have a 100% success rate on our level 1 programme. Many of our level 1 students progress onto a level 2 programme with us in the following academic year. A recent Ofsted inspection found that "learners like coming to college and value their learning and development, with many already considering themselves as part of the sector workforce."
This qualification is designed to introduce learners to the care needs of children and adults. In addition to this course you may be given the opportunity to study for a number of additional qualifications including Functional Skills You will be assessed through your coursework. You will be advised on a text book to purchase and you are expected to pay for educational visits that will take place during the course.
At Gloucestershire College we want students to develop their English and maths skills so that they achieve their learning goals and future career aims. For this reason all full-time students who have not achieved grade A* to C English language or maths GCSE will study these subjects as part of their course.
Health, Social Care and Early Years
2 September 2020
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