About this course
This foundation degree in Health and Social Care develops the knowledge and skills sought by employers across the spectrum of health and social care.
The course is suitable for anyone working or wanting to work with individuals, families and groups in a range of health and social care settings, including working with children or young people, vulnerable adults, older people, individuals with disabilities or chronic disease and people with mental health problems.
It is a recognised qualification in its own right, contributing to personal and career development and has been developed with the support of local employers. This course has a strong vocational focus and prepares you for work in the health and social care sectors, both statutory and non-statutory.
Course Features and Benefits
Attendance at the University for a minimum of one day per week
A commitment to individual study and completion of course work and assignments
25% of the course will be achieved though working in a relevant practice environment
Designed for personal and career development in health and social care sectors
Support from experienced staff from a range of professional health and social care backgrounds