BTEC First Diploma in Health & Social Care - Level 2

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Health & Social Care

What does the course include?

This course consists of 2 core units and 4 specialist units and all students will be expected to do 3 Functional skills (English, Maths and IT).

Work placements are compulsory and you will be given the opportunity to attend a two 2-week block placements block during the year.

If you would like to find out more information about this course and speak to the course tutors, please come along to one of our Plumstead Centre Open Days.

What do I need to get on this course?

The course requires you to have four GCSE’s at grade D or above.

If you do not have a Grade C in English and Maths, you will need to re-sit your GCSE within the year. You are a…

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Didn't find what you were looking for? See also: BTEC Level 2 & BTEC First, Social Care, BTEC Level 1 & Entry, BTEC, and BTEC Level 3 & BTEC Nationals.

Health & Social Care

What does the course include?

This course consists of 2 core units and 4 specialist units and all students will be expected to do 3 Functional skills (English, Maths and IT).

Work placements are compulsory and you will be given the opportunity to attend a two 2-week block placements block during the year.

If you would like to find out more information about this course and speak to the course tutors, please come along to one of our Plumstead Centre Open Days.

What do I need to get on this course?

The course requires you to have four GCSE’s at grade D or above.

If you do not have a Grade C in English and Maths, you will need to re-sit your GCSE within the year. You are also encouraged to find voluntary work in an appropriate field.

You must also provide satisfatory references and a valid CRB disclosure and POVA/POCA check (cost £42).

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is varied and includes written work, practical work, presentations, group work and projects.

Where does it lead?

This course can lead BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3 in Health and Social Care.

To progress to level 3 you must gain a Distinction, have at least 85% attendance, demonstrated an aptitude for work within a Health and Social Care field and have excellent character references.

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