Intermediate Level 2 Awarding Body:
Edexcel What is the purpose of this qualification?
|Specification||Health and Social Care Health and Social Care will suit students who wish to explore how to work with people within a range of Health and Social Care settings.|
|Central Bedfordshire College | Courses in Luton, Dunstable and Bedfordshire - Health & Social Care||If you already have some GCSEs at grades 3 - 1 D - G and wish to make a fresh start on a course that offers a different learning and assessment style, why not consider this course. Level 1 Health and Social Care has been designed to provide a broad educational basis for further training, further education or for moving into appropriate employment within the health and social care sectors.|
The Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care QCF is part of a larger suite of health and social care qualifications, in a range of sizes, which share the common purpose of helping people to become occupationally ready to take up employment in the health and social care sector at the appropriate level.
It has been designed to occupy two-thirds of a full-time curriculum, enabling learners to develop a significant common core of knowledge, including communication skills, equality and diversity, health, safety and security, human lifespan development, anatomy and physiology, sociological and psychological perspectives What does this qualification cover?
The Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care consists of eight mandatory units providing guided learning hours or 80 credits plus optional units that provide for a further guided learning hours 40 credits to produce a combined total of guided learning hours GLH or credits for the completed qualification.
These units must be successfully achieved. The 8 mandatory units are: Development Through the Life Stages credit10 Unit Sociological Perspectives for Health and Social Care credit 5 Unit 08 Psychological Perspectives for Health and Social Care credit 5 The optional units will be chosen between yourself and your assessor.
How is this qualification assessed? Learners are also required to study personal and professional development, which requires a minimum of hours in placement within health and social care settings.
Who could take this qualification? What could this qualification lead to? Learners that successfully complete their programme of study could progress onto a Extended Diploma or Higher National Diploma. Previous Level three students have gone directly into employment in areas of growth in finance, administration and management.
Potential job roles for those working towards this qualification are:Provides a basic introduction to the health and social care sector. Supports progression to higher education or training, employment or an apprenticeship.
Part of a programme of study including other courses, for example BTEC Nationals or A levels. Supports progression to higher education or. First 3 power points for communication unit. Each is a lessons worth of work.4/5(1). BTEC First Health and Social Care Cater to your students’ needs with these textbooks written by experts and endorsed by Edexcel Our NQF and QCF resources are packed with knowledge and practical advice to help your students get the most out of the qualification.
BTEC level 2 health and social care (New edition.) By: Rasheed Elizabeth Hetherington Alison.
Publisher/Imprint. Hodder. Isbn/Ean. / Format. Ebook Details; Cater to your students' needs with this fully updated textbook which is endorsed by Edexcel and matched to the BTEC First available from (Edexcel) Extended Certificate - (Single) 1 A level equivalent.
Diploma (Double) - 2 A level equivalent. These are one or two year qualifications giving you foundation knowledge and skills in the Health and Social Care sector, enabling you to gain employment or access to higher level qualifications.
Links to National Occupational Standards (NOS), other BTEC units, other BTEC qualifications and other relevant units and qualifications This unit forms part of the BTEC Health and Social Care sector suite (see Appendix A) and has links with units from other qualifications in that suite.