Health Care and Social Services

National 4 Care

Full-time

Available at 2 campuses

Overview


The National 4 Care course supports students to understand why individuals use care services. It will develop knowledge, values and attributes required of a student studying at this level to actively support the health and wellbeing of others. Furthermore, it will develop a skills set to enable students to work in contemporary care practice in the field of health and social. The course has been purposefully designed to engage students in active learning as they investigate care issues and topics relevant to this profession.

Course Information


Four National 4 passes and no qualifications if you are a mature student (over the age of 21).

Please note: Your place on the course will be subject to the completion of a Criminal Conviction declaration.

Students will learn a variety of care subjects including:

  • Values and Principles
  • Social Influences
  • Human Development Behaviour
  • Understanding Mental Health Issues
  • Influences on Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Coping Strategies and Building Resilience

Learners will be in college three full days per week. The college day starts at 9am and finishes at 4.15 pm. 

All candidates who successfully complete this course and have a satisfactory reference will be able to progress on to an appropriate Care programme.

Classes Available

Motherwell

Full-time

  • Days
  • 3 days pw
  • Start Date
  • 22 Aug 2022

Coatbridge

Full-time

  • Days
  • 3 days pw
  • Start Date
  • 22 Aug 2022