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Do you have the desire to work with people in a range of health, social care or educational settings? Are you approachable, willing, trustworthy and enthusiastic? If so, a Level 2 BTEC Extended First Certificate in Health and Social Care may be the course for you! At Level 2 we offer the BTEC Extended First Certificate, which is designed to embed alongside two GCSE resits. For those students resitting one GCSE, they will complete 70 hours placement with clients who receive care and support. The appropriate Level 2 course for you will be confirmed during enrolment.
If you choose to study the BTEC Level 2 course, you will study a range of different units each focusing on different aspects of health and social care. This will include Effective Communication, Human Lifespan Development, Health & Social Care Values and Healthy Living, along with other additional units that may include Individual Rights, Individual Needs, Health and Well-being and Nutrition.
On successful completion of the BTEC First Certificate you may progress onto the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care or another BTEC Level 3 course offered at the College. Alternatively, you could secure an apprenticeship or training position.
At least three 3’s at GCSE, including at least a 4 in English Language or Maths.
BTEC Extended First Certificate
GCSE in Maths and/or English Language.
9 million 999 calls were made to ambulance switchboards in 2014-15. That works out at 24,661 calls a day.