Health and Social Care is a rewarding sector to be a part of and those within it possess skillsets that are increasingly in-demand.
Whether it be for children, the elderly or people with a disability, Cheshire College’s Health and Social Care courses provides students with the skills, understanding and experience they need to make a real difference in people’s lives.
Throughout your studies, you’ll have access to industry-standard facilities to prepare you for a career in caring for others, including a health science lab, a simulated hospital ward and our specialist independent living area.
You will also undertake a work placement where you will develop practical skills whilst working alongside health and social care professionals.
Our students have advanced onto higher level study or progressed onto employment within the industry in roles such as an Adult Nurse, Care Worker, Mental Health Nurse, Midwife, Paramedic, Social Worker and Youth Worker.
“I came to the College on the Health and Social Care course as 6th Form didn’t suit me. I was interested in doing a Speech and Language Therapy Degree at Manchester Metropolitan University and my College course would give me the qualification I needed to apply. I’m predicted to achieve triple D/D* which will mean I will be eligible for a £1,000 bursary from the university. I’m nervous to leave College but really excited about university and can’t wait to start my career.”