Leaflet Code: CR50093FT
The Pearson BTEC Level 4 HNC in Healthcare Practice (Integrated Health and Social Care Pathway) provides a generalist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the health and social care sector and also offers particular specialist emphasis through the choice of optional units.
BTEC Level 4 HNCs provide a nationally recognised qualification offering career progression and professional development for those already in employment and opportunities to progress into higher education.
The qualification comprises of 120 credits made up from 7 different units, and completion/submission of a Practical Learning and Assessment Development Portfolio is a core requirement of this programme.
This course is supported by focused study in areas of health and social care including specially designed units. You will be given the opportunity to develop and contribute to the health and social care environment through the combination of the knowledge and skills gained in different parts of the programme. The course includes 225 hours mandatory work experience in an occupationally relevant setting, and you will be supported in developing practice-based competencies by Tutors/Assessors and designated Workplace Mentors.
• 48 UCAS points
• BTEC Level 3 qualification/ Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Care/Health Studies or related area
• We strongly recommend that all applicants have GCSE English Language and Mathematics grades A*-C or level 9-4.
Applicants who do not meet the standard entry criteria but have previous learning towards a degree-level qualification or relevant industry or life experience will be considered on an individual basis and may be invited to interview.
50% Practical Learning and Assessment Development Portfolio
20% Case studies, professional discussion, observation
DBS Required. Please tick:
All applicants are required to apply for an enhanced DBS check to confirm their suitability to work in the health and social care sector. (Note: This will be funded by UCEN Manchester).