- Professional and Academic Development
- Principles and Application of Anatomy, Physiology and Nutrition
- Values and Ethics in Health and Social Care
- Communication in Health and Social Care Settings
- The Context of Mental Health Care
- Work Based Enquiry
- Caring for Children, Young People and Families
- Safeguarding Vulnerable People
- Principles in Caring for Adults
- Medicine Management
It is recognised that applicants are likely to have a wide variety of educational backgrounds and will be mostly people over the age of 21 who may not normally access higher education. Usually students will have one year's full-time post-qualification experience at Level 3 before joining the programme. All applicants will be interviewed by a member of the programme team where they will need to evidence, through selection tasks, their capacity to engage successfully with degree level study. In order to progress to the full Honours degree; students will need to have 240 credits from the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care. They will also be interviewed and will need to complete selection tasks.
Those students who may wish to join the programme from external organisations will need to demonstrate their understanding of the core modules of the Foundation Degree.
Please note that this course is defined as Full Time when applying via www.direct.gov.uk for student finance.
College - C24
Course - L511
Start date - September
Course Code - CH1054
Cost - Please contact the College for Course Costs.
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