Modules are delivered using a range of assessments to develop your skills both academically and within the workplace.
In year one you will study:
Introduction to Social Sciences in Health and Social Care
Working with Individuals, Organisations & Groups
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Practice
Introduction to Mental Health and Well-being
Preparing for Higher Education
Becoming a Professional
In year two you will study:
Academic Study Skills
Investigating Health & Social care provision
Developing Activities to Promote Well-being in the Community
Work Related Learning
Making a Difference: Supporting individuals with specific needs
Growing Pains: The Psychology of Childhood and Youth
In year 3 you will study:
Health Inequalities and Social Justice in the 21st Century
The Individual across the Life Course
Work Based Learning
Safeguarding and Safe Working Practices
Under Pressure: The Effects of Mental Health on Well-Being
In year 4 you will study and complete the Top-Up Degree.
An example of the modules you will study are:
Research Theory and Practice.
Developing Strategies for Health & Well-Being in the Community.
Health Policy, Politics and Power,
Taking Control: Leading, Managing and Caring in HSC