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SOCIAL CARE SOCIAL CARE
We offer a range of Health & Social Care courses that will prepare you for work within the sector. You will
take part in work placements to gain experience that will help you when you move on to look for
employment. Applicants must also be able to demonstrate the potential to work independently and safely in
Name: Charlotte Rowe
a range of different settings.
Age: 17 Course Title Course How long is What will I learn? What qualifications
Code Level the course? do I need?
Previous School: Prestatyn High School
L1596 Entry Level Entry 1 Year
You will learn about health and safety, GCSEs at grades E-G, plus the commitment and enthusiasm
Full Course Title: Vocational A Level in Health & Social Care
Certificate
working together with colleagues and to learn.
clients, working with different client If you do not have any formal qualifications, you may still be
in Health &
groups, health promotion, children’s play,
allowed to join this course.
Social Care information technology (IT) and personal
Next Step: Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps development skills.
Comments: L1588 Introductory BTEC - 1 Year
You will study a range of topics including GCSEs at grade D-F including Maths and English with a
Diploma in Level 1
social responsibility at work, looking after
minimum of 2 GCSEs at grade D.
children, health and the environment and
Health &
I enjoyed every aspect of the course. The tutors were supportive
local services.
Social Care
and encouraging. They have a wealth of knowledge and really
helped me when I was applying to do nursing in the Army. My
L1589 First BTEC - 1 Year
You will study a range of topics including 4 GCSEs at grades A*-D including English with a minimum
application was successful and I will soon start at Birmingham
Diploma in Level 2
communication and individual rights,
of 2 GCSEs at grade C, or a Foundation/Level 1 qualification
University, I can’t thank Deeside College enough.
individual needs in Health and Social Care,
(e.g. BTEC Introductory Diploma) with Distinction in
Health &
Health and Care Services, the human
Health and Social Care, or a similar area.
Social Care lifespan and cultural diversity.
L1590 Vocational A Level 3 2 Years
You will study equal opportunities, 5 GCSEs at grades A*-C including English and preferably
Level in
communication skills, human growth and
Maths and Science, or an Intermediate/Level 2 qualification
development, social and health psychology,
(eg BTEC First Diploma) in Health and Social Care with
Health &
influences on health and disease, individual
Distinction.
Did you know?
Social Care independence and autonomy, care
planning and research.
100% Vocational A level in Health & Social Care
As you are likely to take part in work experience which involves either children or vulnerable adults as part of all these courses, you will need to complete an
pass rate for the past three years.
enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check. If you have a criminal record, you may still gain a place on the course, it depends on the nature and
background of any offence. If you would like to discuss this issue in confidence, please contact our Student Services Advisers on 01244 834511, or call in to speak
to them in person.
Career Paths
Care Worker
Nurse
Tutor Spotlight
Counsellor
Name: Gina Marsden
Social Worker
Background: Midwife
Gina Marsden is a Midwife and Registered General Nurse Health Professional
who trained at Manchester University. She worked as a Health
Care Professional for 10 years in busy General and Maternity
Hospitals before coming to Deeside College as Course Tutor
for Vocational AS/A2 Levels in Health & Social Care. She has
had excellent results with students achieving 100% pass rates
and progressing to Universities throughout Wales and England
Apply online at
to study subjects including her area of expertise, Nursing and
www.deeside.ac.uk/apply
Midwifery.
or if you want us to send you an
application form, text APPDC
and your name and address to
88020 (texts are charged at your
normal network rate)
NEED HELP? Call switchboard on 01244 831531 / Student Services on 01244 834511 or visit our website www.deeside.ac.uk Sports Scholarships available if you represent your County/Country. You don’t need to be studying sport to qualify please see page 57
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