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Hey there, I need some advice to those who have done health and social care level 3. I currently thinking if I should do btec or a level to study nursing
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Hi,
I am actually in my second year of A levels doing the health and social care Level 3 certificate (BTEC). My advice is this:
1. I would recommend that whatever coursework you get, you do it early.
2. Get a good planner as you would need them for coursework deadlines and the exam.
3. Make sure you stay organised and DON'T procrastinate. :yes:

If you have any other questions about the health and social care Level 3 certificate, I'll be happy to help
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Hi,
I am actually in my second year of A levels doing the health and social care Level 3 certificate (BTEC). My advice is this:
1. I would recommend that whatever coursework you get, you do it early.
2. Get a good planner as you would need them for coursework deadlines and the exam.
3. Make sure you stay organised and DON'T procrastinate. :yes:

If you have any other questions about the health and social care Level 3 certificate, I'll be happy to help
Reallyyy!!?? Okay I’ve got a a question,Will there be any exam or work experience??
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CACHE Level 3 Certificate Health & Social Care
There are no exams for this qualification but you would have to do placements :yes:
People who are doing the CACHE Level 3 Health and social care will have to do a placement. You could do it in any of these settings :awesome: :

• Adult Residential Care Home
• Nursing Home
• Day Centre
• Children's Centre
• Health Centre
• Supported/Sheltered Accommodation
• Domiciliary/Community care
• Residential Schools
• Assessment Centre
• Special Schools
• Hospitals
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There are no exams for this qualification but you would have to do placements :yes:
People who are doing the CACHE Level 3 Health and social care will have to do a placement. You could do it in any of these settings :awesome: :

• Adult Residential Care Home
• Nursing Home
• Day Centre
• Children's Centre
• Health Centre
• Supported/Sheltered Accommodation
• Domiciliary/Community care
• Residential Schools
• Assessment Centre
• Special Schools
• Hospitals
Then that sound fun but there gonna be a lots of coursework
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Then that sound fun but there gonna be a lots of coursework
Definitely, Make sure you don't procrastinate and stay organised! :yes:

Good Luck!
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Definitely, Make sure you don't procrastinate and stay organised! :yes:

Good Luck!
You too!!!
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