This course broadens your understanding of careers in healthcare, childcare and children's services. The focus is on developing skills which are directly transferable to the workplace, or to study at the next level.
- Introduction to the caring sectors
- Health and social care needs
- Creative and leisure activities for children and adults
- Personal care in health and social care
- Promoting healthy eating in care
- Valuing children as individuals
- Communication with adults and children in health and social care
- English and Maths, as required.
Apply online, by direct application to the College on 0800 731 82 81 or through CAP (Common Application Process).
One year full-time, normally in college three days a week.
Students who want to further their studies can progress to a Level 2 course in Health and Social Care or Childcare at the college.
Work in nurseries, care homes, children's play centres, schools, child minding, within at home care services, as a counselling assistant and many more.
A passion for the subject and one satisfactory reference is needed.
BTEC Level 3 in Children’s Play, Learning and Development (Early Years Educator)
Lucy manages to hold down two jobs, working as an early years educator at a local nursery and also as a waitress, as well as her studies as she pursues her dream career working with children.
Q: What do you like about Bishop Burton College?
A: Bishop Burton College is a great place to learn. All the people at the College are really friendly. I enjoy my time here because the course is great and and the teachers are lovely.
Q: What is the best thing about your course?
A: One of the best things about my course is the work placement because you get to learn what it is really like to work in a nursery or school. The modules we do are also really interesting.
Q: What are your hopes for the future?
A: I hope to one day become a juvenile probation officer or a juvenile counsellor in America.