Health Sciences and Social Care

Health Sciences & Social Care - Level 3 Certificate - Full Time
Course Title
Health Sciences & Social Care - Level 3 Certificate - Full Time
Course Code
P000355
Mode of Study
Full Time
Qualification
NCFE CACHE Technical Level 3 Certificate in Health and Social Care
Start
02/09/2019
End
26/06/2020
Number of Weeks
34
Cost
2882.00
Entry Requirements
Grade 4 in GCSE English and maths and two additional GCSEs at grade 4 or a good profile on a relevant Level 2 qualification.
Leads on to
The Certificate enables progression to the Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (England). It also provides direct progression to the Technical Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care. This qualification is ideal for you if you have already completed the Level 3 Award in Health and Social Care, as you will already have achieved three of the mandatory units for the Certificate.
Additional Information
Because of the nature of these courses, you must not have been previously excluded from teaching or working with young people. If you are planning or applying to work with young people under 18 or vulnerable adults you will need to seek enhanced Disclosure and Barring (DBS) clearance, this will be done through the College. There is a minimum requirement of 75 placement hours.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Level 3 Technical Level 3 Certificate in Health and Social Care has been designed to enable learners to access Higher Education and will also support progression into the workplace. This qualification provides you with the knowledge, understanding and skills essential to the health and social care sector, and supports progression to further learning at Level 4 and above, Higher Education and the workplace. You will need to complete 9 mandatory units to achieve this qualification. The mandatory units are:
Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care
Human growth and development
Safeguarding in health and social care
Communication in health and social care
Infection prevention and control in health and social care
Psychological perspectives in health and social care
Sociological perspectives in health and social care
Working in health and social care
Reflective practice. Completion of this qualification is achieved through classroom based learning and supported by placement in a real work environment. You will be required to undertake structured placement in a real work environment to support your learning and develop knowledge and skills relevant to the qualification.