BTEC Health and Social Care is a two-year extended certificate course. Choosing to study for a BTEC Level 3 in Health and Social Care qualification is a great decision to make for many reasons. It is an area to work in which gives many varied opportunities for you to make a difference to people’s lives in a positive way. At the same time, you are gaining skills that you can transfer to other professions later.
Health and Social Care
(Permanent staff only)
Mrs S. Cummings (HOD)
Mrs H. Evans
The qualification is structured into mandatory units (ones you must do) and optional units (which the school will decide).
Unit 1: Human Lifespan and Development (External Examination)
Unit 5: Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs (Assignment)
Unit 2: Working in Health and Social Care (External Examination)
Unit 12: Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs (Assignment)
Students on this course will be awarded credits for each unit of work studied and the success criteria ranges from a pass, merit or distinction all of which are equivalent to passes at A level.
Distinction = A
Merit = C
Pass = E