SEEVIC College

ACCESS to Health and Social Science

SEEVIC College
In Benfleet

£1,236
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Typology A Level
Location Benfleet
  • A Level
  • Benfleet
Description

This course will be of interest to students who wish to enter the caring professions or take Higher Education courses in Health and Social Care. By combining the specialist subjects of Human Biology and Sociology, students gain insight into relevant issues. Students also complete the Core Studies programme in order to achieve the requisite number of credits needed to gain the ACCESS to Health.

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Location

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Benfleet (Essex)
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Runnymede Chase, SS7 1TW

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On request

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Course programme


ACCESS to Health and Social Science
What will I do?
This course will be of interest to students who wish to enter the caring professions or take Higher Education courses in Health and Social Care. By combining the specialist subjects of Human Biology and Sociology, students gain insight into relevant issues.
Students also complete the Core Studies programme in order to achieve the requisite number of credits needed to gain the ACCESS to Health and Social Studies Diploma.
Assessment
Students are assessed through coursework, essays, projects, presentations and in-class tests. In GCSE English and Mathematics equivalents there are externally set tests.
Progression
After successfully completing the course, students may go on to study Sports-related degree courses.
How long is the course?
One year (34 weeks)
Daytime only between 9.30am and 3.00pm, 16 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
SEEVIC College follows school half-terms. This course can be studied on a part-time basis over two years. The classes are during the day and your attendance requirements can be discussed with the course leader.
Start date
Monday 14 September 2009
Course fee
Full rate £1,081
Benefit rate - £155
Part-time full rate - £618
Part-time benefit rate - £155
(All fees include £40 refundable resource deposit)


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