Level 5 BTEC Higher National Diploma in Health and Social Care (Year 2 of 2)

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Course Content

This programme contains 16 units which includes eight mandatory units e.g.
• Communicating in Health and Social Care
• Principles of Practice
• Ensuring Health and Safety
• Continuing Development
• Working in Partnership
• Health and Social Care Research Project
• Contemporary Issues
• Understanding Abuse.

Course Aims

To equip individuals with underpinning knowledge, understanding and skills for success in employment in the health and social care sector at supervisory or management levels or as a foundation to further study at degree level.

Special Features

The ability to apply theory to practice is an essential aspect of the course. Students must spend a minimum of 400 hour…

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Course Content

This programme contains 16 units which includes eight mandatory units e.g.
• Communicating in Health and Social Care
• Principles of Practice
• Ensuring Health and Safety
• Continuing Development
• Working in Partnership
• Health and Social Care Research Project
• Contemporary Issues
• Understanding Abuse.

Course Aims

To equip individuals with underpinning knowledge, understanding and skills for success in employment in the health and social care sector at supervisory or management levels or as a foundation to further study at degree level.

Special Features

The ability to apply theory to practice is an essential aspect of the course. Students must spend a minimum of 400 hours in placement in a range of care settings over the two years of the course. The course also involves educational visits to care settings and guest speakers.

Assessment Methods

Units will be assessed through essays, practical observations, research projects, seminar presentations and examinations.
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