If you want to make a positive difference to someone’s life by contributing to their health, happiness and wellbeing then a career in Health and Social Care is the choice for you.
The Level 2 course will allow you to gain an applied knowledge of the health and social care sector and will develop your knowledge and understanding of key areas relating to current practice. You will need good communication skills and a passion to support individuals to live a more independent and fulfilling life. The course aims to help you enhance the skills you already possess and develop others such as the ability to treat people with dignity, empathy and excellent time management.
Studying the course will introduce you to some of the practices being used within health and social care settings such as hospitals, care homes and children’s centres. This will include person-centred care, infection prevention and communication strategies and could be developed in the classroom, equipped clinical room or work placement.
As well as providing an excellent knowledge base in health and social care, this qualification is ideal for students who want to achieve a nationally recognised qualification and aspire to achieve a career working in the health and social care sector.
What You Will Learn
Through hands-on learning you will learn about a number of interesting areas including growth and development, nutrition, communication and equality and diversity.
You will also develop your practical skills through a placement in a health and social care setting which will give you working knowledge of current practice and build on your skills to be an effective team member.
Our experienced tutors will give you the skills and confidence to be able to develop person centred care plans and respond to individuals needs effectively.
We help you to find your placement and a member of the team will visit you once per term to see how you are progressing.
You may choose to progress on to the more advanced level 3 course which could open doors into a large variety of careers such as a Care Support Workers in adult residential settings, Healthcare assistants in community, primary care and acute health environments, Care support workers in domiciliary services, supported living or day services and Community-based support workers.
Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The College reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility. The Cornwall College Group reserves the right to withdraw any course listed at any time.