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Young People’s Settings Level 1

The CACHE Level 1 Certificate in Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children and Young People’s Settings for 16-18s will give you the opportunity to study a specialist work related qualifications in a range of sectors. If you are undecided which path to choose, then this course can open up the area of Health, Social Care and Children and Young People. The course will give students the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to prepare them for employment or further career development

In order to complete the Diploma you will need to achieve a minimum of 37 credits. The course will take you one year to complete and during this time you will be studying a range of topics including

• Service provision and roles within a variety of settings

• Principles and Values in Health, Social Care, Early Years and Childcare

• Communication with adults and Children in Health, Social Care, Early Years and Childcare

• Human Growth and Development

You will have taught sessions which include the opportunity to develop your personal research skills. Each unit covered is assessed through a series of tasks which you must complete.

You will have individual tutorial support and in addition to the main course content there is:

* Functional English

* Functional Maths

* Personal Social Development

Study Programmes for students aged 16-18

At The City of Liverpool College you will undertake a personalised Study Programme, which will help you to achieve your ambitions and career goals.

All of our Study Programmes are designed to help you to develop your skills and widen your college experience.

What you should expect from your Study Programme:

  • A substantial qualification e.g. GCSE, A level or vocational equivalent
  • Meaningful work experience
  • Help to achieve GCSE English and maths at grades A*-C if you do not already have them
  • Practical activities that help your personal development including study skills, enrichment activities, employability training and classes in personal and social skills to get you ready for further education or employment.
  • Support to enable you to progress to the next level of study or employment

English and Maths

English and Maths skills are vital for employment and to secure a place on courses at a higher level, including university.

We have a team of tutors who will work with you to achieve these essential qualifications and enable you to apply these skills in your day to day activities and work.

Since September 2013 any young person who does not achieve their GCSE in English language and mathematics at grade C or above will have to continue their studies at college. Students who have a grade D in either subject must study these subjects at GCSE level.

Study Programmes

Study Programmes for students aged 16-18

At The City of Liverpool College you will undertake a personalised Study Programme, which will help you to achieve your ambitions and career goals.

All of our Study Programmes are designed to help you to develop your skills and widen your college experience.

What you should expect from your Study Programme:

  • A substantial qualification e.g. GCSE, A level or vocational equivalent
  • Meaningful work experience
  • Help to achieve GCSE English and maths at grades A*-C if you do not already have them
  • Practical activities that help your personal development including study skills, enrichment activities, employability training and classes in personal and social skills to get you ready for further education or employment.
  • Support to enable you to progress to the next level of study or employment

English and Maths

English and Maths skills are vital for employment and to secure a place on courses at a higher level, including university.

We have a team of tutors who will work with you to achieve these essential qualifications and enable you to apply these skills in your day to day activities and work.

Since September 2013 any young person who does not achieve their GCSE in English language and mathematics at grade C or above will have to continue their studies at college. Students who have a grade D in either subject must study these subjects at GCSE level.

What the course leads to

To prepare students for progression to Level 2 courses in Health and Social Care, or Level 2 Diploma in Childcare and Education, or other appropriate Level 2 courses. However in order to progress to a level 2 course students must have good attendance and an overall Pass grade and receive excellent references from their tutors.

Qualification(s)

Entry Requirements

When the course runs

What's on offer at The City of Liverpool College

What's on offer at The City of Liverpool College

"I have built loads of knowledge and experience at the college, the teachers have helped me secure a number of work experience placements in different settings working with different age ranges helping me decide on my future career".

Jessica O'Grady studying Level 3 Childcare in education

Course Location

Clarence Street
L3 5TP

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Disclaimer

Disclaimer

The College has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of course details given on fact sheets, in the prospectus and on the web site. However, the College reserves the right to make changes to provision and to discontinue courses when necessary. Please note that the College cannot accept any liability for inaccuracies or omissions which arise due to such changes.

Course Bundle Lookup

Course bundles are designed for 16 - 18 year olds only.

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