|Course option 1|
|Start date||September 2013|
|Length of course||2 years|
|Course mode||Full-time Day|
19-23 Reduced fee
19-23 Standard fee
24+ (Loan available)
|£0 (for Year 1)|
£0 (for Year 1)
£460 (for Year 1)
£920 (for Year 1)
£3680 (for Year 1)
The fees above are for the 90-credit Diploma, obtained after the first year of study.
The fees for the Extended Diploma, obtained after the second year of study, are subject to change in the future but are currently:
19-23 Concessions: £0
19-23 Reduced fee: £460
19-23 Standard fee: £920
24+ (Loan available): £tbc
International fee: £3680
This course helps students to develop the skills and knowledge required for Health and Social Care sector at an advanced level.
Work experience on the course is a 2-week block per year.
We want all students to aspire to complete a two year Extended Diploma. The one year Subsidiary (90 credit) Diploma is a ‘stepping stone’ qualification, which is achieved after one year of study. Students can then opt to progress to the Extended Diploma or study alternative courses.
- Developing effective communication skills
- Equality, diversity and rights
- Health, safety and security
- Development through the life stages
- Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology
- Personal and professional development
- Sociological perspectives for health and science
- Psychological perspectives
- Working in the social care sector
After this course: Higher Education or employment.
Students need to have 4 GCSE passes (Grades A*- C), including English and ideally Maths Science or level 2 in the initial College assessment, or have a level 2 vocational qualification with a Merit or Distinction.
Please note: You must provide the evidence required to apply for an enhanced CRB check. You will be given more information about this when you apply for the course.
If you are interested in applying for this course please register and apply online and we will contact you as soon as possible to invite you in for an interview.
Alternatively please download a pdf copy of our Application Form.
If you are currently at school please make sure you print off a School Reference Request Form and give it to your teacher or equivalent.
You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7501 5000 for a hard copy of the application form.
For more information please call our Course Advice and Information Service on 020 7501 5000.