|COURSE LENGTH:||1 Year|
|TYPE OF COURSE:||Full Time|
|ANNUAL FEE:||To Be Confirmed|
This course is part of Foundation Learning, which is a flexible curriculum that allows you to work at different levels up to level 1 in areas of vocational skills, personal and social development, and Functional Skills.
Foundation Learning is a flexible curriculum that allows students to work towards entry 3 and level 1 in Health and Social Care. Units studied may include: Rights and Responsibilities; Preparing for Interview; Learning from Work Placement; Routines for a Young Child; Contraception Information. You will also study Functional Skills.
Foundation Learning aims to enable all students to progress towards a full level 2. This may take longer for some students. Progression to the next level will be subject to the appropriate entry criteria.
You will learn through a range of activities including practical and theory, case studies, individual and group work. We will help you develop personal presentation skills, communication and social skills, independent learning and living skills.
Foundation Learning qualifications with mainly entry level units are suitable for those students with no qualifications or GCSEs at grade G or equivalent. In order to help students to progress successfully to the next level of study or work, it may be possible to take some credits at level 1.
Foundation Learning qualifications with mainly level 1 units are suitable for those students with GCSEs at grades E-G or equivalent. In order to help students to progress successfully to the next level of study or work, it may be possible to take some credits at level 2.