Crucially, this will also allow students to develop and advance their knowledge of current and future health and social care needs of individuals and communities, ensuring that the views of service users, carers and other stakeholders are fully represented in care processes.
This degree is structured to provide you with an extensive look into health and social care work from management, regulation and compliance to how biological, psychological and sociological factors of human development influence the sector.
A typical offer would be BCC at A-Level or DMM at BTEC / 112 UCAS Points.
The standard entry requirements for an Integrated Foundation Year are DEE at A level or MPP at BTEC / 64 UCAS Points.
Our scheduling of lectures and tutorials optimise the chance of meaningful part-time work. A part-time job in the right sector can help hone your understanding of business and help develop the graduate skills employers want to see upon graduation.
Throughout the programme, students will build upon their employability skills. As part of self-development enhancement as learners and professionals, students will have to analyse and critically reflect on given scenarios throughout a variety of contexts. This will allow students to analyse different approaches necessary for working and communicating effectively, creating successful professional relationships and actively engage through the provision of meaningful contributions.
This programme is assessed via a number of methods including individual management reports, presentations, examinations, group work, boardroom simulations and portfolio writing.