Pathways are made up of courses focused on future careers or further education opportunities
Health and Social Care courses can lead to rewarding careers looking after some of the more vulnerable members of the community.
You will be taught by staff with sector expertise and will have opportunities to visit and spend placements within childcare, elderly and healthcare settings.
Care Manager, Counsellor, Health Care Assistant, Nurse, Midwife, Paramedic, Occupational Therapist and Social Worker are just a few of the roles and directions you may take from a course in Health and Social Care and the course work element of the programme boosts your employability skills.
This pathway could lead to many career opportunities
Annual pay is per year, based on full-time employment and on the South East region.
Across the UK the workforce is projected to expand by 35% over the period to 2027, adding 32,743 jobs. In the same period, 72% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 66,915 job openings.
Social workers provide information, advice and support to those who are socially excluded or are experiencing crisis; they protect the welfare of vulnerable groups including children, young people, people with disabilities, elderly people and people who are mentally or physically ill, and they may specialise in specific areas of work.
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Step 1 Apply
Once you apply, you will have an interview to discuss your chosen pathway
Step 2 Interview
At your interview, the tutor will discuss the entry requirements for each level and course. This is also your opportunity to make sure that this pathway meets your goals and ambitions.
Guidance on Interviews
Once you have submitted an application we will contact you with the a range of options for conducting your interviews remotely, such as telephone or Skype, or organising interviews once the College reopens and social distancing is relaxed.
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