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Direct career opportunities are available supporting a wide range of service users in a variety of settings. These include people with physical disabilities, older people, individuals with learning disabilities, mental health issues and children and families. Employment opportunities include roles such as a health care assistant, a teaching assistant in a special school/unit or a support worker in domiciliary or residential care.
Working in the sector requires ongoing training. Development opportunities are available up to Higher Education level. Higher Education progression routes include Higher Apprenticeships or Degrees in adult nursing, child nursing, mental health nursing, midwifery, learning disability nursing and social work.
You will require 5 GCSEs at grade A*- C / 9-4 including English or successful completion of a Level 2 qualification at an A/A* grade.
You will need to undertake an interview in college demonstrating interest and commitment to study in this vocational area.
Successful completion of Year 1 of a Level 3 programme is a pre-requisite to entry onto Year 2.
Topics of study include:
-Human lifespan development
-Meeting individual care and support needs
-Working in health and social care
-Anatomy and physiology
-Enquiries into health and social care research
-Promoting public health
-Principles of safe practice
You will also undertake work experience in a variety of vocationally relevant settings with a range of service users. This may typically be individuals who have a physical or learning disability, a chronic illness or other individual needs.
You will be taught by a team of experienced lecturers using a variety of teaching methods; you will learn through a mixture of practical and theoretical work, both in and outside of college.
Assessment is through a combination of written work and practical assignments. Students are timetabled to attend college for half of the working week and are expected to spend the rest of the week in placement and working on assignments outside of class.
Year One students will be interviewed to determine suitability for Year Two progression.
There is a mandatory requirement for students to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in order to attend work placement. This is arranged through the college.
Students are encouraged to purchase their own copies of the core text books.
Our School Leaver open events are held each October, November, March and June. For specific dates and times please see the events section of our website or telephone 023 8091 1299.
Apply by clicking on the APPLY NOW link on this page. Alternatively, you can apply by completing an application form from our printed prospectus or through our Information, Advice and Guidance team by telephone 023 8091 1299 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Fees will apply if you are over 18. You may be eligible for fee support or a loan. To find out an accurate cost, based on your individual circumstances, please contact our Information, Advice and Guidance team.
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* Please note that although this tool looks to give customers the best indication of course costs, a final cost can only be confirmed once all submitted information is verified by our information, advice and guidance team.
If you require further advice and guidance about any of our courses, the College has a dedicated Careers Advisor who can be contacted on telephone 023 8091 1014
The College wishes to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010. If you are a disabled person, please ensure that we know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
Please note all courses descriptions may be subject to change.
Eastleigh College’s Level 3 Health and Social Care students recently put their training into practice as they supported visitors at an exhibition which is the biggest of its kind in the South East.
In a sector which is disproportionately led by males, Chief Executive and Principal of Eastleigh College, Dr Jan Edrich, recently chaired the Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) Annual Conference, speaking of her own journey to senior leadership, and to inspire the leaders of tomorrow.