This programme is designed for 16-18 and 19+ learners, will help you develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of health, children and young people’s workforce, social care and community work.
This course will help you develop knowledge, skills and understanding of health, children and young people’s workforce, social care and community work.
The course will also enable you to develop personal learning skills and functional skills such as English & Maths.
Successful completion of the course can lead onto a range of Level 1 or 2 courses.
January 2024 & September 2024 Starts
Entry Requirements & Interview Process
This is a foundation level course which is suitable for beginners.
School leavers should aim for 4 GCSE’s at grade G or grade 1 to include English and Maths.
BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care, or related subjects such as childcare or the Level 2 Award in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities or the Certificate in Preparation to work in Adult Social Care.
The course is unit based and is assessed using a variety of methods such as, written assignments, and practical tasks.
This course is free for students age 16 – 18. For students 19+ please contact our Student Services Team on 01422 399367 for more information.
Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children & Young Peoples Settings – Level 1
Calderdale College has a set of standard entry requirements. Apply for the course you want to study and we will help you get there.
There are a lot of courses available – work focused, practical and academic so it is important to think about the future and whether you want to proceed to university, move onto another course or get a job. We offer BTECs, Apprenticeships, T Levels, NVQs, VRQs, Degree Level Courses and more.
If you’re still not sure, don’t worry, just speak to a member of our advice and guidance team who will advise you.