Cambridge National Level 1/Level 2 in Health & Social Care will introduce the core values of care as well as the rights of individuals and the legislation that is in place to protect individuals.
Students will develop their communication skills and apply them to a practical situation. In addition students will develop knowledge and understanding of human growth and development, how people deal with major life events, health and social care services and the opportunity to practically demonstrate creative activities and reflect on their own performances
- Self Study
All of our IGCSE are studied online with support from our specialist subject tutors. You will be given access to our online learning materials and e-books. Your tutor will provide feedback on your learning. They will also be on available on email support.
- Access to full course online
- e-books provided
- Workbooks* will be posted
- Interactive quizzes*
- Google Classroom Access
- Tutor email support
- Register your exams with us
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Course structure – Self-study option
- Total course – 160 hours online
- Students are expected to study 6 hours per week, independently
Course fees – Self-study Option
- Enrolment fee: £80
- Course fee: £495
Instalments available over 8 months (Sept- April) – pay £46.90 per month (after deducting the application fee)
How to Apply?
- Complete the application form
- Send a scanned, coloured copy of your Passport or Driving License email@example.com
- Pay the application fee of £200 (the application fee is made up of £80 enrolment fee and £120 towards the course fee, this fee is non-refundable)
The course is made up of four units of equal weighting:
RO21: Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings
To examine how health, social care and early years workers, and care services, can support individuals’ rights, value their diversity and provide them with equal opportunities in order to meet their needs. You will learn about different types of discrimination and current legislation that promotes anti-discriminatory practice.
RO22: Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and early years settings
To learn about the different types of communication skills that care practitioners use, as well as the reasons why they are important. You will also learn about the barriers to communication that practitioners may face and the different techniques that can be used to overcome these. You will have the opportunity to practically demonstrate effective communication skills in a health, social care or early years setting.
RO25: Understanding life stages
This unit examines the life stages from 5 to 65 years, through childhood, adolescence and adulthood. You will look at the changes associated with the development from childhood to adulthood and the factors that can influence this development.
RO29: Understanding the nutrients needed for good health
You will learn about the importance of diet throughout the life stages, giving you the knowledge and skills to enable you to make choices that will affect your body throughout your lives. What we eat is often determined by a considerable number of factors, such as work-life balance, finance, where we live, food preparation skills, our health and religion.
The course is assessed through a mix of internally assessed assignments (worth 75% of the final grade) and an externally assessed written examination (worth 25% of the final grade).