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01702 831170

info@londonpc.org.uk

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01702 831170

info@londonpc.org.uk

Job Sectors

  • Health Care
  • Nursing and Midwifery

Business Benefits

  • Learners completing this qualification will be able to communicate effectively in a health care setting. They will also have underpinning knowledge in Equality Diversity rights, Safeguarding, Health and safety, nutrition and infectious disease. Such knowledge and understanding will improve the service efficiency and help business to grow.

Learner Benefits

  • There is potential for the qualifications to prepare learners for progression within education or into employment in the appropriate vocational sector and it is suitable for those who have decided that they wish to study in detail or work in an area of work. It is broadly equivalent to 1.5 GCE /A Level and provides a programme of study manageable in a year so that learners can bank and then build on their achievement. For adult learners, the BTEC Level 3 90-credit Diploma can extend their experience of working in a public sector. It could also be a suitable qualification for those wishing to change career or move into a area of employment following a career break.

Course Level

Three

Course Fees

Student finance

Course Duration

6 – 12 Months

Awarding body

Pearson

Course Content

  • You will gain an understanding of Equality Diversity rights, Safeguarding, Health and safety, nutrition and infectious disease. Learners will also study good practices in developing and delivering presentations, Essential IT skills and managing personal and professional development

Mandatory Units

  • Developing effective communication in health and social care
  • Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care
  • Health and safety and security in health and social care
  • Development through life stages

LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE INTEREST IN THIS COURSE

London Professional College

Suite 20c, Third Floor,

Thamesgate House,

33-41 Victoria Avenue,

Southend on Sea, SS2 6BU

Email us on:

info@londonpc.org.uk

Phone us on:

01702 831170

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