FDSC Supporting innovation in health and social care
This curriculum is both academic and vocational in nature. You will improve your academic abilities and knowledge through studying a variety of ideas, opinions, and professional perspectives that promote critical thinking.
The FdSc Supporting Innovation in Health and Social Care programme will give students with an academic and practical curriculum that will create a thorough knowledge of the notion of Health and Social Care in a modern society.
Why should I complete the FDSC Supporting innovation in health and social care course ?
If you want to work in health and social care, this course will help you develop your academic, personal, and professional skills. The curriculum is intended to address employer demand for higher level trained practitioners; you will develop a grasp of the notion of health and social care in a modern society.
- Personal Professional Development
- Work Related Learning
- Evidence Based Approaches
- Exploration of Health Conditions
- Collaborative Working
- Contemporary Issues
- Work Related Research
- Continuous Professional Development
- Public Health
- Psychological and Social Science
- Assistive Technology
- Service Improvements
- A minimum of 5 GCSE passes at grade 4/C or above, including maths and English Language or appropriate Key Skills/Functional Skills at Level 2.
- A minimum of 64 UCAS Credits/or GNVQ/NVQ/ BTEC Diploma/ Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care/ A-Levels at Level 3.
- Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in-line with college policy.
- Two supportive references.
- Non-standard entry applications will be considered on the basis of relevant work experience and attainment of skills, which demonstrate an ability to study at this level concordant with QAA UK Quality Code Admissions, Recruitment and Widening Access.
- If you hold a UCAS tariff of 48 points, you will be offered an interview and considered on an individual basis, if you have substantial specific industry experience.
Students will also be asked to attend an academic interview. Suitability for entry to our programmes can be demonstrated in several ways and is not limited to academic qualifications alone and applicants who do not meet our published entry requirements are encouraged to contact recruitment and admissions for advice.
How to Apply
Each of our courses have different entry requirements and a different admission process. We encourage you to look at our course pages and the How to apply section for detailed information.
The diverse range of modules on the program provides opportunity for experiencing a range of teaching and learning approaches. This degree is unique within the field of business education because of its strong focus on experiential and problem-based learning, group work and student reflection. Students will also make extensive use of IT based learning, through the virtual learning environment.
Weekday / Weekend /Evening Classes
£9,250 per year (Home fee)
RQF Level 4-5
Exams, Essays, Reports and Presentations
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