Health & Social Care
If you feel drawn to helping people - especially those who are vulnerable or socially excluded - a career in health and social care could be right for you.
On our government-recognised courses you'll gain the essential knowledge and expertise you need to work in this rewarding sector, opening the door to a career as a care worker or social worker - or helping you to progress in your current workplace.
- Access to HE Diploma (Health and Human Sciences) (Level 3) Programme
- Access to HE Diploma (Social Work) (Level 3) Programme
- Access to HE Diploma in Nursing (Level 3) Programme
- Award Awareness of British Values and Citizenship (Level 1) Programme
- Award in Developing Assertive Behaviour (Level 1) Programme
- BTEC Introductory Diploma in Health and Social Care (Level 1) Programme
- BTEC National Certificate in Applied Psychology with Diploma in Applied Science (Level 3) Programme
- BTEC National Extended Certificate in Applied Psychology with Sport Coaching (Level 3) Programme
- BTEC National Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Level 3) Programme
- Certificate in Counselling Skills (Level 2) Programme
- Certificate in Counselling Skills (Level 3) Programme
- Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (Level 2) Programme
- Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Level 4) Programme
- First Extended Certificate in Health and Social Care (Level 2) Programme
- Health & Social Care Explorer Course Programme
- Introduction to Health and Childcare (Entry 3 Extended Certificate in Vocational Studies) Programme
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Health services and public health managers and directors
Senior care workers
Care workers and home carers
We had a great bond as a class, and our course tutor was always willing to go the extra mile to support learners. I feel that I have really grown both personally and professionally.
Coming to Lewisham College gave me time to truly think about what I wanted to do as an undergraduate student, it really helped my decision to study for a Master’s afterwards – particularly the 'Professional Development' module.