HNC-HND Healthcare Practice for England (Integrated Health and Social Care)


Pearson BTEC Level 4 and 5 (HNC, HND) in Healthcare Practice for England (Integrated Health and Social Care)

City college limited is running Higher National Certificate and Diploma in Healthcare practice (Integrated Health and Social Care) program in association with Leicester College. 

A Bit About Higher National Certificate and Diploma in Healthcare practice (Integrated Health and Social Care)

The key purpose of Pearson BTEC Higher Nationals in Healthcare Practice is to progress and develop students as professional, qualified people who are able to meet the demands of employers in the healthcare sector and familiarise to a continuously varying practices in healthcare sector. This qualification aims to broaden access to higher education and improve career prospects of those individuals who undertake them.

More Details About the Course

Course Fee: £6000.

Tuition Fee loan and Maintenance Loan for living cost is available for this course. 

What’s a Tuition Fee loan?

A Tuition Fee Loan helps you to pay for your course. New full-time students can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan of up to £9,000 to cover the cost of tuition fees. The amount you can get doesn’t depend on your household income.

The maximum Tuition Fee Loan available to new students starting courses with private universities and colleges is £6,000. However, you’ll be able to apply for the same Maintenance Loan as other full-time students.

What’s a Maintenance Loan?

A Maintenance Loan helps towards your living costs, such as food, rent and books.

The amount you can borrow depends on your household income, your course and where you live and study.

For academic session

2019 to 2020 academic year 2020 to 2021 academic year
  • The loan is paid directly into your bank account at the start of each term. You have to pay the loan back.
    2019 to 2020 academic year 2020 to 2021 academic year
    Living at home Up to £7,529 Up to £7,747
    Living away from home, outside London Up to £8,944 Up to £9,203
    Living away from home, in London Up to £11,672 Up to £12,010
    You spend a year of a UK course studying abroad Up to £10,242 Up to £10,539

If you’re 60 or over on the first day of the first academic year of your course you can apply for up to £3,893.

Repayments

Repayments are based on your future income, not what you borrow. You won’t repay your loan until you’ve left university and your income is over £25,000 a year.

If you’re employed, repayments will be deducted from your income (the same as it is with tax and national insurance contributions).

You’ll repay 9% of your income over £25,000 a year. So, if you earn £25,000 a year this means you’ll repay 9% of £4,000 – or £30 a month. If you’re self-employed, separate arrangements are in place with HMRC to make your repayments.

If you stop working or your income drops below £25,000 your repayments will stop and only start again when your income is over £25,000 a year. After 30 years, any outstanding balance will be written off, unless you have defaulted on your loan.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TUITION FEE AND MAINTENANCE LOAN CAN BE FOUND HERE: CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/new-fulltime-students

If you have any queries about the course call us 01214557964 for more details. Or email us on admin@city-college.co.uk

Standard entry requirements
To meet the entry criteria for admission to level 4 HNC Courses:

A candidate must have either:

  1. A level 3 qualification in Health and Social care or related subject.
  2. OR
  3. A level 1 or 2 qualification Health and Social care qualification  and 2 years of work experience
  4. AND
  5. GCSE Maths and English Grade A-C or Functional Skills Level 1 in English and Maths
  6. Demonstrate a Commitment to Study and a reasonable expectation of success on the course.
  7. Students enrolling for this course must be employed, unemployed students enrolling for this course must have at least 2 years of work experience in health and social care sector and willing to find 240 hours of voluntary work experience in Health and social care sector while on the course.

Please note: Few learning outcomes of this course involves observation at work by our assessor as its a new RQF qualification. Students should discuss with their respective employers  about the observation element of the course and at some point our assessor will visit them at work to collect evidence only related to the course.

International qualifications at the appropriate level will also be accepted.

Where applicants do not have a formal qualification to demonstrate capability in English, they will be required to undertake the Colleges written English Language test before an offer of a place on a Course is made. Judgement of their capability in spoken English will be assessed by the Senior Administrator at the interview. Suitable alternative arrangements to written tests will be made where a student declares a disability, specific learning difficulty or long-term health condition on their application form, e.g. oral questioning, amanuensis etc.

We welcome applications from students 19+ who do not match the standard entry requirements but who can demonstrate; willingness and commitment to studying this subject at University level, and who can evidence academic, professional or vocational experience in a related field.

HNC 1 year full-time. HND 1 year full time. Students will only progress to HND qualification if they pass all units in HNC. Students will have apply for student finance each year. 

Learners  can progress to university for a degree course.

Year 1

Structure of the Healthcare Programme/Arrangements for the Academic Year

Year 1

The Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Healthcare Practice for England requires at least 225 hours of work experience/placement in health and/or social care settings and a Professional Learning and Development portfolio (PLAD), including reflective accounts, to be completed

Unit No Level 4 Units (Seven Units, 120 Credit Value) Unit Unit Credit
1 Law, Policy and Ethical Practice in Health and Social Care Core Mandatory 15
2 Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice Core Mandatory 30
3 Supporting the Individual Journey through Integrated Health and Social Care Core Mandatory 15
4 Fundamentals of Evidence-based Practice (Pearson-set Project) Core Mandatory 15
5 Health Education in Action Specialist Mandatory 15
17 Effective Reporting and Record-keeping in Health and Social Care Services Specialist Mandatory 15
9 Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Ill-Health Specialist Mandatory 15

Year 2

Structure of the Healthcare Programme/Arrangements for the Academic Year

Year 2

The Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Healthcare Practice for England requires at least 450 hours of work experience/placement in health and/or social care settings and a Professional Learning and Development portfolio (PLAD), including reflective accounts, to be completed over the two year period of the qualification.

Unit No Level 5 Units (120 Credit Value) Unit Unit Credit
18 Innovation and Improvement through Action Research (Pearson-set Project) Core Mandatory 30
19 Reflective Approaches in Implementing Person-centred Practice Core Mandatory 15
20 Care Planning Processes in Healthcare Practice Specialist Mandatory 15
22 Supporting Individuals through Significant Life Events Specialist Mandatory 15
23 Managing Quality in Care   Environments Specialist Mandatory 15
24 Health Psychology Specialist Mandatory 15
26 Supporting Team and Partnership Working Across Health and Social Care Services Specialist Mandatory 15

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