Study Mode: Full Time
Course Code: HECAA013BCF0
Course Level: Level 2
Studying a Level 2 Cambridge Technical Diploma in Health and Social Care will aid progression to further study (level 3) and prepare learners to enter the workplace in due course. In the health and social sector, typical employment opportunities may include working as an apprentice or in a supervised entry role, depending on specific job requirements and age restrictions.
Learners will develop knowledge and understanding by applying their learning and skills in a work-related context.
- Communication in health and social care,
- Individual rights in health and social care,
- Individual needs in health and social care,
- Ensuring safe environments in health and social care,
- Vocational experience in a health and social care setting,
- Cultural diversity in health and social care,
- Anatomy and physiology for health and social,
- The impact of diet on health.
The level 2 qualification will be delivered through taught and practical sessions.
Please note: For September 2017 all current BTEC qualifications are being revised and some content may change.
OCR Level 2 Cambridge Technical Diploma in Health and Social Care
Maths and English qualifications
Through assignments, practical’s, presentations, online assessments.
Successful interview and reference / report from last educational establishment
Along with GCSE grades of mainly D/5’ & E/6’s learners must have a keen interest in working within the sector. Learners would ideally be working at or towards entry level EL3 /1/ GCSE equivalent for Maths/English
Learners on the level 2 course will be given the opportunity to complete work experience in the sector.
It is a requirement of this course that all learners complete a DBS check before they are allowed out on their work experience.
All learners are required to wear the Care and Education uniform
Working in the Health and social care sector
Level 3 health and social care
Learners who enrol on Health and social care courses are required to wear uniforms, complete a DBS check and a trip will be offered. These additions will require a contribution from the student; costs available prior to enrolment.
Solihull College, Blossomfield Road, Solihull, B91 1SB Tel: 0121 678 7000 Minicom: 0121 628 7005 Email: email@example.com Internet: www.solihull.ac.uk
09: 30 - 14:45
Not Applicable to 16-18 year olds