Qualifications for learners aspiring to work in the health and social care sector.

Our qualifications give learners the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the wide range of knowledge and skills involved in healthcare principles, patient care, and social welfare practices.

After completing their studies, learners can explore a diverse range of career options, including roles such as:

  • Healthcare assistants
  • Support workers
  • Care coordinators
  • Residential care workers
  • Working in hospitals, nursing homes, or home care agencies
  • Healthcare administration, social work, or healthcare counselling

Health and social care qualifications not only open doors to rewarding careers but also offer learners the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, promoting overall well-being and improving the quality of care provided in their communities.

Our health and social care qualifications are available at the following levels, please click the headings to reveal a full list of qualifications available at that level.

Supporting Whitepapers

Embedding English and Maths in vocational and employability/independence contexts

Demonstrating good practice in personal development, behaviour and attitudes

Supporting Learners’ Personal Development

Making the most of the Adult Education Budget (AEB)

T Level Transition Programmes