There is increasing cross-over between social care and healthcare roles.
There are a number of pathways you can study in the Health and Social Care Arena.
Health and Social Care: In response to demographic changes, including an ageing population, the growth in long term and chronic illnesses and the increased use of emergency healthcare, the sector has had to develop its services rapidly. Our programmes are designed to enable progression to a very broad range of health and social care related fields, including nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, mental health, disability, elderly care and support and a whole range of university courses.
Meanwhile our Early Childhood Studies programmes are an excellent foundation for careers working with children and young people in many sectors including health, education and social care. These programmes offer opportunities for qualified, experienced practitioners and inexperienced applicants alike. There are two pathways for this programme.
In sport, we have a long-standing relationships with elite clubs and organisations and we use these contacts to ensure our students get real-world experience during their study.
The lecturers are really helpful with assignments and provide a variety of teaching styles, making lectures interesting.
I chose the College because it has a great reputation and I was able to skip the first year because my previous qualifications and work experience were accredited.
My favourite moment while at College was being part of Team BC Activators as Head of Delivery. This position required me to run the sport sessions, encourage others to take up exercise, while gaining planning, organisational and coaching skills.