Edexcel A level Health and Social Care (2008)

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Our Edexcel A level in Health and Social Care is designed to give learners a broad introduction to the health and social care sector. Students will develop their interest in health, early years (care and education), social care and issues affecting the care sector as they create project-style work and investigate real situations.

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Specification

Edexcel A level Health and Social Care specification
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Qualification type:
Applied AS and A level
Subject:
Health and Social Care
Specification codes:
AS Single Award (8741),
AS Double Award (8742),
A level Single Award (9741),
A level Double Award (9742),
A level with AS Additional (9743)
Availability:
UK and international
First teaching:
2008
First assessment:
2009

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Our Edexcel Applied A level Health and Social Care specification will develop your students' knowledge and understanding of health, early years (care and education) and issues affecting the care sector.

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Health and Social Care will develop the skills you need to make an effective contribution to the care sector, including the skills of research, evaluation and problem-solving in a work-related context.

You'll develop your knowledge and understanding of health, early years (care and education) and issues affecting the care sector.

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