Why study Health & Care with us?

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Course Level
Foundation Degree in Early Years (awarded by Birmingham City University) 5 View course
HND Healthcare Practice (Healthcare Management) 5 View course
HND in Healthcare Practice (Integrated Healthcare Practice) 5 View course
HND in Healthcare Practice (Public Health and Health Promotion) 5 View course
HNC in Healthcare Practice 4 View course
Access to Higher Education Diploma (Health Professionals) 3 View course
Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care 3 View course
Apprenticeship Lead Adult Care Worker 3 View course
Health & Social Care Workplace Diploma Level 3 3 View course
L3 Certificate in Preparing to work in Adult Social Care 3 View course
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This map gives you an overview of progression opportunities that our courses in Health & Care can lead on to.

Why study Health & Social Care with us?

  • We have a range of courses for people at all levels
  • Our tutors have first-hand experience in the industry, which they will share with you
  • You will benefit from our links with the local health and social care sector
  • You will have the opportunity to do work experience/placements to support your learning, in local nursing homes, day centres, local authorities, hospitals and a range of other organisations
  • We have excellent success rates from our students

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Please note: If you are interested in working more specifically with children, please see our Childcare courses.

Your future in Health & Social Care

From our courses, you can progress to university or straight to employment. Our students have gone on to work as:

  • Care support workers in adult residential settings
  • Healthcare assistants in community primary care and acute health environments
  • Care support workers in domiciliary services, supported living or day services
  • Social work assistants
  • Social workers
  • Carers
  • Nurses

To find out how to join them, why not take a look at our courses in Health & Social Care?