Our Health and Social Care courses have been designed to help students understand the skills and knowledge needed to work in the health and social care sector and to develop practical skills in preparation for employment or progression in education.
We will arrange visits and guest speakers to give our students a better understanding of the employment opportunities available and the importance of further study. An overview of what students will study:
Investigating rights and responsibilities at work / Managing your health at work / Health and social care needs / Personal care in health and social care / Creative activities for children / Learning experiences for children and young people / Creative and leisure activities for adults in health and social care / Promoting healthy eating in care / Communication with adults and children in health and social care / Job opportunities in health and social care / Health and social care group project.
Communication / Individual rights / Individual needs / Ensuring safe environments / Vocational experiences / Cultural diversity / Anatomy and physiology / Human Lifespan Development / Creative and therapeutic activities/care services / The impact of diet on health.
Developing effective communication / Equality, diversity and rights / Health, safety and security / Development through the life stages / Anatomy and physiology / Personal and professional development / Sociological perspectives / Psychological perspectives / Nutrition / Research methodology.
Ready to start your learning with us? That's great!
Give us a call or send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Our main contacts are Ms H McIntosh, Head of College/Ms V Lambert
The Proprietary Body: Ms V Lambert, Ms H McIntosh and Mr C Morrison, are contactable at the college or on 0121 507 0904/07486 888054 (also out of term).
Birmingham Independent College Ltd. Albert Hall, Witton Road, Aston, Birmingham B6 5NU
BUSES: 51 / 33 / 7 / 46 / 11A / 11C
BY CAR: POSTCODE B6 5NU
0121 507 0904