Video- Health and Social Care at BAC
Student case study
Health and Social Care L3
My course is offering me the chance to develop the skills needed for a career in paediatric nursing. My class are all friendly and supportive and the tutors are amazing. I have had offers from Bradford, York and Northumbria to study Child Nursing at university next year.
What courses could I study?
We have a course at BAC regardless of your previous experience of Health and Social Care. If you have studied it at GCSE level, you might be able to go directly onto our Level 3 A-Level equivalent course! If not, we have other
courses designed to build up your skills first. Click below to read about the options available:
What facilities would I have access to?
Students will be able to learn in our practical care room, which features a hospital side ward and assisted bathroom. This provides a real working environment where practical activities can be completed as they would be in a work environment. Students will also have access to a virtual reality simulator, providing learners with the chance to learn about the human body through interactive experiences.
What trips could I go on?
Students will take part in a range of off-site team building activities and lessons. A planned trip to Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds will allow students to look at individuals, both past and present, who have dedicated
themselves to saving lives and caring for others.
Students also attend the annual North East UCAS fair to gain an insight into the range of exciting university courses they could progress onto after they've finished their qualification.
What careers are there in this area?
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