Early Years, Health and Social Care
Many people are drawn towards a career in one of the caring professions. The variety of job roles is enormous and the personal involvement is immensely satisfying and rewarding.
Whether it is care of the young or elderly, teaching or nursing, each demands qualifications for entry. Topics covered include: health; safety; nutrition; child development; anatomy; physiology and the sociological and psychological aspects of caring and supporting children’s play. A key part of many of the programmes is supervised, practical placements to support your college based programme. You will gain valuable work experience in local primary schools, hospices, residential care homes, nursing homes, nurseries, special schools, hospitals, day centres and mental health services.
We also offer progression opportunities through to degree-level once you complete your Level 3 qualification.
We’re now offering T Levels in Early Years, Health and Social Care
T Levels are a new, two-year qualification that you can choose to do as an alternative to A- Levels, an apprenticeship or other post 16 courses. This brand-new qualification brings you a course that entails a mix of classroom learning and an extended industry placement. What’s more, the courses on offer have been designed in collaboration with businesses and employers to ensure to help you gain all the skills and knowledge you need for a career in your chosen field. Find out more.
In 2018 our students progressed on to universities such as King’s College London (University of London), Manchester Metropolitan University and University of Hull or went into employment in companies such as Busy Bees, Country View Nursing Home and Mencap.
Source: Tresham College Student Destination Data 2018