Our Courses

At City of Westminster College we pride ourselves on running inspiring and engaging courses, which develop your creative thinking and provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed. Our courses are designed with your employability in mind; from work placements and real-life projects to facilities mirroring industry, they provide an excellent launchpad for your future career.

We offer a diverse and exciting range of vocational and practical qualifications for you to choose from, across a wide range of subject areas. With courses for school leavers (16-18 year-olds) including A-levels, T-Levels and BTECs, courses for adults, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, short courses and work-based vocational learning, there's sure to be something for you at City of Westminster College - find your course below.

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Health & Social Care

If you’re passionate about caring for others and want to develop  your knowledge and experience of the health and social care sector, we can offer you excellent learning and support from teachers with strong industry experience.

You will explore caring and safeguarding for adults and children and examine areas including physiology and psychology.  We provide industry insight into professional practice and how to evaluate the patient’s needs.

There are a fantastic range of trips including visits to the Museum of Childhood, the Technology Show for Special Needs and Nursery World.

Students on the Level 3 course will undertake a specialist work placement with an employer in the care sector. You will need to meet the relevant employment checks before being placed.  

Do you know… 

A career in the Health and Social care sector will give you the opportunity to make a real difference to people’ lives, whether that’s on the front-line treating patients, conducting important lifesaving research or in an administration role.  

Earning Potential 

The average salary for a social worker in the UK is £23,691 annually; the range is £18,135 to £52,024.

What’s next? 

Many of our students progress onto university to study a variety of degrees including nursing, environmental health, social policy, criminology, welfare studies and nutrition. Careers in this sector include: carer, dental hygienist, family support worker, health care assistant, midwife, nurse, occupational therapist, radiologist, social worker, speech therapist, youth worker and more. 

For more information on Health & Social Care courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
CACHE Level 1 Diploma in Health & Social Care 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
CACHE Level 2 Diploma Health & Social Care 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
Level 3: BTEC National Extended Diploma in Health & Social Care 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
T-Level in Health (Health & Science) 16-18 T Level