BTEC HNC in Social and Community Work
When and Where
- 23 Sep 2019 - 3 Jul 2020 (480 hours, 30 weeks)
- Days and times
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday,
- Morley College London
- Full fee
- £6150 Student loan information
- Concession fee
- Concession Fee discount not applicable
- Senior fee
- Senior Fee discount not applicable
- A team of specialist tutors will contribute to this course
- Course code
The Pearson BTEC Higher National qualifications in Social and Community Work are aimed at students wanting to continue their education through applied learning.
Higher Nationals provide a wide-ranging study of the health and social care sector and are designed for students who wish to pursue or advance their career in social and community work or related fields. In addition to the knowledge, understanding and skills that underpin the study of the health and social care sector, Pearson BTEC Higher Nationals in Social and Community Work give students experience of
the breadth and depth of the sector that will prepare them for further study or training in social and community work related fields.
By the end of the course you will be able to
- demonstrate underpinning knowledge, understanding and skills for success in employment in the health and social care sector at supervisory or management levels
- provide specialist studies relevant to individual health and social care vocations and professions in which you are employed or seek to gain employment
- progress to further professional development of higher-level skills, either for future study or career advancement.
• The course will involve a range of teaching methods, including seminars, case study analyses, independent learning, debates, role play, group discussions and tutorials.
• Regular lessons will be enriched further by workshops by visiting lecturers and trips to partner organisations with expertise in specialist subjects.
• You will undertake a minimum of 194 hour work placement to consolidate application of theory to practice and expose you to real life experiences.
• Lessons will involve both individual and group work.
In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.
We welcome applications from anyone who is able to demonstrate they are capable of reaching the standards required by the qualification. We appreciate that mature students may have extensive experience, including experience gained through paid or unpaid work or through other types of professional training or sector related opportunities.
- A valid DBS certificate (or evidence of current subscription to the update service)
- A relevant Level 3 Qualification ( Diploma in Health and Social Care or Access to HE Diploma and L2 Literacy/Numeracy or GCSE Maths / English (5-9)
- Working (employed or voluntary in an established role in a social or community setting).
Non-native English speakers
Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) level B2
IELTS 5.5; Reading and Writing must be at 5.5 or equivalent