Cambridge Technical Extended Certificate in Health and Social Care
Building positive relationships in health and social care,
This unit aims to introduce you to the many different relationships that you will encounter within the health and social care sector, whether with colleagues, senior members of staff, other professionals within the sector and individuals who require care and support. By doing this unit you will gain an understanding of how context can impact on relationships and the many factors that influence the building of positive relationships.
Equality diversity and rights on health and social care
This unit will help you to understand the implications of diversity on practice and also the effects of discriminatory practice on individuals who require care or support. You will also gain an appreciation of how legislation and national initiatives can support and promote anti-discriminatory practice.
Health safety and security in health and social care
This unit introduces you to health, safety and security in health and social care. You will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to equip you in maintaining a safe working environment for yourself, your colleagues and individuals who require care and support. You will learn how legislation, policies and procedures work to reduce risks in health and social care and the consequences of not following them. You will also learn how to respond to different incidents and emergencies with health and social care settings.
Anatomy and physiology for health and social care
This unit aims to introduce you to the basic structure and functions of the body systems involved in everyday activities and maintenance of health, including cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive systems. You will also understand the part played by organs such as the pancreas, liver and kidney. You will investigate the systems and organs involved in detecting and responding to change such as the nervous system as well as the eyes and ears.
Public health is concerned with protecting and improving the health of the population, rather than focusing on the health of the individual. Through this unit you will develop an understanding of the ways public health and wellbeing is promoted in order to benefit society as a whole and to reduce health inequalities.
Psychology for health and social care
This unit is still being developed.
Unit 1 – Building positive relationships in health and social care – internally assessed
Unit 2 – Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care – externally assessed
Unit 3 – Health, safety and security in health and social care – externally assessed
Unit 4 – Physiology and anatomy for health – externally assessed
Unit 10 – Nutrition for health – internally assessed
Unit 22 – Psychology for health and social care – internally assessed
Level 3 Academic Course entry requirements.
It would be recommended to have a 4 in GCSE science(s)
Careers in Childcare, Nursing, Paediatrics, Midwifery, Social work, Teaching/similar careers, Police Officer, Probation officer/YOT, Medicine, Paramedics, Health visitor, Mental health, Counselling
Ms C. Eckett, email@example.com
Exam Board : OCR