What will I be studying? There are three components to study:
Component 1: Human Lifespan Development
Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values
Components 1 and 2 are assessed through internal assessment (coursework)
The components focus on:
knowledge and understanding of human growth and development
knowledge and understanding of how people deal with major life events
knowledge and understanding of health and social care services
practical demonstration of care values, together with the ability to reflect on own performance.
Component 3: Health and well-being
This is assessed through a two-hour exam.
What can I do afterwards?
Students who study this course often continue to study health and social care at college, get an apprenticeship or go on to university. Potential jobs include: midwife, doctor, youth worker, social worker, nurse, teacher, child-minder, teaching assistant, nursery worker.
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