Pearson BTEC Level 4 HNC Healthcare Practice (Integrated Health and Social Care) Part time
Courses at UCEN Manchester combine a variety of teaching and learning activities including seminars, lectures, tutorials, practical workshops and independent work individually as well as in groups.
In addition, these primary teaching and learning methods may be supplemented with field trips, work placements, guest lectures, presentations and group activities as applicable to each subject area.
UCEN campuses have libraries equipped with computers and printers for students which can be used in addition to the classrooms and course specific workspaces such as technology suites, workshops, laboratories and artistic/photographic studios.
As well as the software available to students on campus computers such as the Adobe suite, students are also able to use Microsoft Office remotely from their own laptops and access course materials using the Virtual Learning Environment.
- Openshaw Campus
- Part Time
- 2 years
- September 2021
Non-academic entry Requirements
What will I be studying?
Addressing Health Inequalities (15 credits)
Anatomy and Pyhsiology for Health and Ill Health (15 credits)
Effective Reporting and Record keeping in Health and Social Care Services (15 credits)
Supporting the Indivudal Journey through Integrated Health and Social Care (15 credits)
How will I be assessed?
20% Case studies, professional discussion, observation
Fees, Finance and Funding
Course Associated Costs
If undertaking work experience (which may be paid or unpaid) you may also need to factor in travel costs to your place of work.
DBS Required. Please tick:
Although this is not an entry requirement for the course, you will be required to have an enhanced DBS check for this course to ensure you meet both our and industry safeguarding requirements. Please note there will be an additional cost to your course fees to cover Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) checks. Please see the GOV.UK website for DBS costs.