Certificate in Child, Health and Social Care
This course will enable you to study key subjects across child, health and social care areas such as: Human Development and Behaviour, Play In Early Learning and Childcare and Healthy Eating in Care Setting. Essential Skills in Communication, IT and Numeracy are also included. You will experience a mixture of indoor and outdoor learning (both face-to-face and remote delivery). You are encouraged to participate in volunteering activities to relate theory to practice and develop your caring skills.
Three National 4s in academic subjects (or equivalent) or successful completion of a relevant National 4 Certificate course. Adult returners without formal qualifications but who have work or volunteering experience are also welcome.
Selection is based on: a personal statement, qualifications and/or experience, one satisfactory reference, and an invitation to a group information session where you will undertake a small practical and written task.
Method of Assessment
Assessments include practical demonstrations, project work, presentations, report writing, and short answer questions.
May lead onto a relevant Level 6 course in care. Learners may wish to seek employment in assistant roles across a wide variety in the care sector.
28 Aug 2023
- Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page