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Health and social care

Our full-time courses in health and social care can lead to a variety of careers including care roles, social work and youth work. Students are given the support and skills required to progress in their chosen area, and will be taught by tutors with experience in this challenging, yet rewarding sector.

Health and social care full-time courses

Why choose health and social care at West Notts?

Work experience placements

Practical experience in this sector is essential. Our students will learn to understand the health needs of real people within a care setting, discovering first-hand how different illnesses and conditions require specialist care and attention.

Tutors with industry knowhow

Our health and social care tutors come with a wealth of skills and knowledge including previous work experience in health and care settings, and knowledge of first aid, fire safety, safeguarding children and COSHH – so they really know their stuff!

Study up to university-level

Courses in health and social care provide a rewarding experience. Once you’ve qualified and gained all the skills necessary, you can choose to study up to university-level at the college, and go on to careers in nursing, midwifery support and social work.

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Health and social care
ENTRY LEVELLEVEL 1LEVEL 2LEVEL 3UNI LEVEL
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Why choose West Notts?

Best college for A Levels value added* in the East Midlands

£50m investment in our facilities since 2008

In the top 10% of all providers nationally for apprenticeships

Second for vocational value added* in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire

90% of students move into a positive destination

*Value added is a measure of a student’s progress against their starting point
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