Level E

Health & Social Care & Childcare Introduction Certificate - Entry Level

Health & Social Care & Childcare Introduction Certificate - Entry Level

overview

  • Course code:

    42HSCE

  • Subject area:

    Childcare and Early Years, Health and Social Care

  • Attendance:

    Full Time

  • Qualification:

    Cache Introduction Certificate to Health and Social Care and Childcare- This course is made up of 4 qualifications.

    • Entry Certificate in Personal and Social Development
    • Entry Level Certificate in Caring for Children
    • Level 1 Award in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care
    • Level 1 Award in Employability Skills.

  • Duration:

    1 year

  • Venue:

    Crawley

  • Start Date:

    September

Start Date End Date Description
02/09/201919/06/2020Crawley / Full Time

About the course

Both Health and Social Care and Childcare are quite complex industries to work in but both have very rewarding outcomes. They truly are industries you join because you want to not because of money. There is a lot of responsibility with this role and it is for this reason this course and the Level 1 Diploma are being offered.

These courses allow you the opportunity to study both areas at once so you can gain a better understanding of each area. Enabling you to make the right choice for you as to what you wish to pursue as a career.

You will learn 4 different mini qualifications in.

  • Employability - Where you will build you confidence and skills which will allow you to apply, and secure and sustain a job successful as well as breaking down a barriers you feel you have to employment.  
  • Personal and Social Development - Where you will learn how to communicate effectively and learn to present yourself in a positive light as well as learning how to start living independently and safely such as developing assertiveness, personal care, cyber-bullying and eating healthily.
  • Caring for Children - Where you will learn the basic skills on how to care for a baby all the way through to early childhood including those with educational needs.
  • Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care - Where you will learn the basics of what it takes to look after an adult with medical or care needs.

WHO CAN JOIN?

Whilst you do not need to have any formal qualifications to join this programme we do ask that you have a basic understanding of English.

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED

You will be assessed on the course work you produce throughout the year.

Costs/EQUIPMENT

Students 16-18 year olds will not have to pay tuition fees, awarding body registration or exam fees. Please note: You may be entitled to a Bursary payment to help with costs such as travel to College, trips and equipment, a food allowance and childcare. To qualify you must be resident in the UK and meet the eligibility criteria which will include evidence of your financial circumstances.

Students aged 19 and over will have to pay tuition fees, awarding body registration or exam fees. Please note: You may be entitled to a Bursary payment to help with costs such as travel to College, trips and equipment and childcare. To qualify you must be resident in the UK and meet the eligibility criteria which will include evidence of your financial circumstances.

Attendance requirements

Students can expect to be in college 3 days a week.

AFTER COMPLETING THE COURSE

Once you have completed this course you will be able to build on the skills you have gained on this course by studying our Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children's and Young People's Settings.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Students are expected to bring with them the following items.

  • Notepad
  • Ring Binder Folder
  • Pen
  • Plastic Wallets
  • Dividers
  • USB
  • Access to a PC is an advantage

For further information please contact the Admissions Team by emailing admissions@crawley.ac.uk or by calling 01293 442200 - press option 2 for Admissions.