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HND Healthcare Practice

South Birmingham College
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Course UCAS code: 099L
Qualification type:
  • HND, Full-time , Duration: 2 Years
Course Summary:
The HND in Healthcare Practice is a two-year programme that offers a flexible choice of subject areas and progression opportunities. The programme aims to prepare and equip students with knowledge, understanding and skills for a range of careers within the health and social care sector. The qualification provides a thorough grounding in the key concepts and practical skills required required for the sector, and the national recognition by employers can allow progression into employment. Students will also be required to undertake a placement within their current workplace or as a volunteer placement.
Modules:
Year One: • Law, Policy and Ethical Practice in Health & Social Care • Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health & Social Care Practice • Supporting the Individual Journey through the Integrated Health & Social Care Workplace • Fundamentals of Evidence Based Practice • Health Education in Action • Supporting Individuals with Specific Needs • Effective Reporting and Record Keeping in Health and Social Care Year Two: • Innovation and Improvement through Action Research • Reflective Approaches in Implementing Person-Centred Practice • Care Planning Processes in Healthcare Practice • Supporting Individuals through Significant Life Events • Supporting Team and Partnership Working across Health and Social Care Services • Holistic Approaches to Health Promotion • Complementary Therapies in Healthcare Practice
Assessment Methods:
A range of teaching and learning methods will be used during the programme that may include: • Lectures • Seminars • Tutorial support groups • Practical classroom based activities • Group and individual presentations • Group projects • Workshops • Independent learning/self-directed study • Work related investigations • Online learning materials • Work based learning It is recognised that learners learn in a variety of ways and the teaching and learning on the programme will take account of these different needs.
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15 January

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