BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care - Part-time

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The BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care is an academic qualification for the health and social care sector. It is designed to provide a knowledge base to enable students to progress to level 3 qualifications or to specific work role training.

Course content

The course is a full-time Level 2 programme of study and students will be required to spend at least 10 hours of independent study time outside of the classroom teaching. You will study the following units.

  • Communication in health and social care
  • Individual rights in health and social care
  • Individual needs in the health and social care sectors
  • Ensuring safe environments in health and social care
  • Cultural diversity in health an…

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The BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care is an academic qualification for the health and social care sector. It is designed to provide a knowledge base to enable students to progress to level 3 qualifications or to specific work role training.

Course content

The course is a full-time Level 2 programme of study and students will be required to spend at least 10 hours of independent study time outside of the classroom teaching. You will study the following units.

  • Communication in health and social care
  • Individual rights in health and social care
  • Individual needs in the health and social care sectors
  • Ensuring safe environments in health and social care
  • Cultural diversity in health and social care
  • Anatomy and physiology for health and social care
  • Human lifespan development
  • Health and social care services

In additional you will study Functional Skills in Numeracy and Literacy as part of the programme. College timetables may cover five full days and assessment is by successful completion of unit assignments. Functional Skills are assessed by exam.

Entry Requirements

Entry to the course is through an interview to establish that students will benefit and succeed on to the course and by initial assessment to check literacy, numeracy and assignment writing ability levels.

Progression

The course can lead to further study such as Access to university study, Apprenticeships and work based Diplomas (previously called NVQs). If you wish to progress to Access courses you will need to meet the entry criteria and pass the initial assessment and Interview used for selection purposes.

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