Health, Social and Childcare

Care and Wellbeing

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that the care and wellbeing sector is an important and vital part of the health of our communities and there are a growing number of job opportunities in this sector. If you are already working in, or have aspirations to work in a Care and Wellbeing related role, then one of our courses could be right for you. Lecturers on these courses are industry experts as well as lecturers and aim to support and care for students to ensure that they succeed in their chosen field. Go to the course pages to find a programme that is right for you.

Childhood Studies

Childcare workers are increasingly in demand to cater to the UK’s population and as a result, a growing number of job opportunities are becoming available in this sector.

Our lecturers are all experts in their field and are there to support you while passing on their knowledge and experience of the industry.

Job opportunities for graduates can include early years educators, nursery workers in the public and independent sectors, social workers and people working in the youth justice and law enforcement sectors.

Courses
Care and Wellbeing – BSc (Hons) Top-Up Degree (Full-Time)
Care Practices – Certificate in Higher Education (Full-Time)
Care Practices – Diploma in Higher Education (Full-Time)
Childhood Studies – BSc (Hons) Top-up Degree (Full-Time)
Childhood Studies – Foundation Degree (Full-Time)
Substance Misuse – Certificate in Higher Education (Full-Time)
Wellbeing and Health in the Community (Adult & Youth) – Certificate in Higher Education (Full-Time)
Wellbeing and Health in the Community (Adult & Youth) – Diploma in Higher Education (Full-Time)