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Care (CertHE)

This course is for anyone with work experience in health and care who needs to gain formal qualifications in order to progress. If you have the drive and passion to advance in the health and care sector by succeeding in University then this course is for you.

For all other enquiries, please call us on 02039623456 or email: admissions.swansea@fbaukltd.com 

Course Overview

This unique programme is designed as a ‘feeder’ into any one of the Health Portfolio degree programmes. It could also gain you entry onto degrees within the wider UWTSD offering. We will support and develop your knowledge and ability in the core concepts, theories and underpinning knowledge of health and social care, as well as upskill you in the skills and academic rigour needed to achieve in higher education.

The CertHE Care is offered as a ONE YEAR flexible route qualification. This means you are able to pass this course then begin the first year of the HND, FdSc, BSc or DipHE of your choice (either in Health and Social Care, Health Management, Health and Care of Children and Young People or Nursing).

The Health Portfolio programmes are purposely integrated to allow flexible entry and exit between pathways and courses. At the end of each year you are able to progress onto a different programme if your career choices or employment opportunities change.

We also provide a high level of academic support across the whole university to help strengthen your academic skills. 

Course Modules

Year One – Level 3 (Cert HE)

  • Care in Communication (20 credits; compulsory).

Year One – Level 4 (Cert HE)

  • Developing Skills for Employment (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Introduction to Health, Care and Education (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Preparing for Research (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Preparing for Success in Higher Education (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Problem Solving in Health and Care (20 credits; compulsory).

Career and Progression

We have a very strong employment support and work experience system within the Health Portfolio.

We link and work closely with public, private and third sector organisations and groups to provide opportunities for both paid and unpaid work for students.  

Key Information

Study Mode: Fulltime

Study method: Online

Duration: 12 months, 3 semesters, 2 days a week, 8 hours a week

Intake: January & September

Qualification: No

Tuition Fee: £9000/year

Funding options: Student Finance Company or Self Funded 

Admission Contact Information:

Direct number - 07990522259, 07894985746

Email - admissions.swansea@fbaukltd.com 

Address - 12 Walter Road, SA1 5NF Swansea, Wales

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