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Higher Diploma in Society Health and Development

Weston College

Other Qualifications , Uncategorised

Course Description

Higher Diploma in Society, Health and Development Higher Diploma Venue Knightstone Campus The Higher Diploma in Society, Health and Development is designed to develop your academic and practical skills and knowledge of the children?? s services, health, community justice and adult social care sectors. The topics you will study include: ? Principles, values and personal development ? Working together and communication ? Safeguarding and protecting individuals ? Growth development and healthy eating ? Antisocial and offending behaviour ? Supporting children and young people ? Patient centred health. The course will develop your personal learning, thinking skills and ability to work as part of a team. In addition to this the course will also help develop your analytical, creative, problemsolving and interpersonal skills. During the course you will have the opportunity to achieve additional qualifications in English, Maths and IT as well as industry relevant qualifications. How will I be assessed? You will be assessed continuously during the course through a range of assignments, investigations and practical assessments. You will undertake work experience and complete a work-related project. AT A GLANCE Duration 1 Year Level Level 1 Progression On successful completion you may progress to the: Advanced Diploma in Society, Health and Development. Or BTEC National Diploma in Early Years or Care. Or Advanced Apprenticeship in Children?? s Learning, Care and Development. Achieving this qualification is equivalent to achieving 7 GCSEs at grades A*-C.

Higher Diploma in Society, Health and Development Higher Diploma Venue Knightstone Campus The Higher Diploma in Society, Health and Development is designed to develop your academic and practical skills and knowledge of the children?? s services, health, community justice and adult social care sectors. The topics you will study include: ? Principles, values and personal development ? Working...

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