Reigate College

      AS/A2 Applied Health and Social Care

      Reigate College
      In Surrey

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      Important information

      Typology A Level
      Location Surrey
      Duration 2 Years
      • A Level
      • Surrey
      • Duration:
        2 Years

      Important information

      Government funding available

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      Where and when
      Starts Location
      On request
      Castlefield Road, RH2 0SD, Surrey, England
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      Starts On request
      Castlefield Road, RH2 0SD, Surrey, England
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      · Requirements

      5 GCSEs grade A-C

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      Course programme

      AS/A2 Applied Health & Social Care (single award)
      This is an exciting subject for students who are interested in working with people in a wide range of settings. We offer you the opportunity to study life in depth and the content is varied and interesting. We aim to create a positive, creative and friendly environment where students are motivated and feel confident to express empathy and understanding with a diverse range of human needs.

      What will I study on this course?
      We offer the following units:

      AS: Health & Social Care:
      Communication in Care Settings, Promoting Good Health and Promoting Quality Care.

      A2: Child Development, Care, Practice & Provision, Understanding Human Behaviour

      Within this subject we enhance our learning experience through work experience, listening to talks from visiting professionals, and visiting exhibitions, conferences and health fairs. Teaching methods vary from discussion and independent research projects to multi-media applications.

      How is this course assessed?
      The course is assessed by coursework 67%, exams 33%

      What kind of student will do well on this course?
      To do well on this course you should:
      • be able to meet coursework deadlines
      • be good at working independently on research
      • enjoy discussion
      • be interested in a wide range of people issues, such as equality and diversity
      • be able to follow a revision plan in preparation for examination

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