11 Sep 2023
This programme is an ideal progression route from Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care and gives you the support to build your knowledge and understanding of the health and care sector.
You will spend time in a variety of health and social care settings and gain experience with a range of age groups and abilities. You will have an opportunity to run projects involving the local community, building your skills and knowledge of local care services. You could take part in a residential trip such as Disneyland Paris, alongside other excursions, which include the simulation suite at the University of Portsmouth. You will also be encouraged to participate in National Health Service and charitable campaigns raising awareness amongst fellow students.
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including English.
You will attend College full time for one year.
You will need to complete an assignment for the majority of units, which will be assessed and graded. You will regularly review your work with your tutor and receive feedback on your progress.
You could progress on to the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care.
Check out all the fantastic opportunities available, including more exciting new T Levels, by coming along to our next cross-campus open events, from 4.30-7.30pm on 11 and 12 October.
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Employers from across the Solent joined City of Portsmouth College to help shape the new T Level qualifications being launched this September.
“Being a course rep has helped me to be more confident. I am part of a group where my opinion matters, and our goal is to make college the best it can be for everyone.”Alaa Asad
Health & Social Care Course Rep
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A healthcare training suite for T Level students has been opened at City of Portsmouth College by Penny Mordaunt MP.