BTECs are vocationally related qualifications, where learners
The course covers ALL age ranges from early years right through to older adults, looking at development across the years and how needs change within each age range according to a range of factors. It is important to highlight at this point that this is a child care course although we do cover elements around children but in equal balance to all life stages across the years.
You will complete four units – two in each year (Y10 & Y11)
There are two Mandatory Units that have to be completed:
The other two optional units will be decided once we know the range and number of students.
Internally set work will cover a wide range of outcomes – written reports, displays, visits to a range of health and social care placements, presentations, handbooks and other forms of assessment.
(If for any reason you do not satisfy the Level 2 criteria you may achieve a Level 1 if those criteria are met)
If you would like to find out more or talk about the course before making a decision then come and talk with Mrs Brighouse in the Health & Social Care Department.
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