Preparing learners for their future is what you do best. With BTEC Health and Social Care you'll have all the support, guidance and training you need to help you along the way.
Why teach a BTEC in Health and Social Care?
Health and Social Care is part of everybody's life, from birth. Our goal is to help you inspire learners to work in a sector which has such a huge impact on people, providing them with rewarding careers in the process.
Health and Social Care Efficacy Report 2020
Since the initial development of the BTEC Nationals in Health and Social Care, the evidence has been strong that these qualifications are fulfilling their purpose: to help learners get ready for their choice of role in the health and social care sector.
Read the our Educator Guide and full report to explore how these qualifications are meeting their stated aims regarding learner progression.
Teaching BTEC in schools
Teaching BTEC in colleges
You can also download and read our case study: Practical lessons bring BTEC Health and Social Care to life for Valley Park School.
What support is available?
Our Health and Social Care qualifications have been designed with the help of experts, and are widely recognised by universities and employers for providing excellent progression opportunities.
Throughout your time teaching these qualifications, you'll have full support from:
- Your Subject Advisor
- Experts at free training events
- Free teaching, learning and assessment materials
- Our published resources - for learner books and teaching packs
Learner journey map
Take a look at the Learner journey map (PDF | 231 KB) to see Health and Social Care qualifications plotted across every level, for vocational, academic and apprenticeships.
Considering teaching BTEC?
Thinking about teaching any BTEC Health and Social Care qualifications? Talk to us.