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 & Social Care
Mrs S. Cummings – (HOD)
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 14: Physiological Disorders and their Care
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