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Childcare, health and social care jobs can be very rewarding, with the potential to help care for people of all ages in a wide range of work settings. The choice of jobs is diverse, from the medical treatment of patients to working in a nursery.

With jobs in both the NHS and the private sector available, healthcare is a major employer in the UK. There are a number of different types of career within the industry, to suit a variety of people. If you know that you would like a career working with children, then childcare courses offer a great way to progress from Entry Level to Foundation degrees. Many childcare students then go on to higher education too.

At Stoke on Trent College, you will be learning in our £11 million Lifestyle building, which offers industry standard, cutting-edge facilities in which to take your course. What’s more, you can be sure of experienced tutors offering one-to-one support, great opportunities to progress and different levels of courses to suit all needs. Importantly, we offer work placements in a range of environments to make sure you get the experience you need.

KEY FACTS ABOUT CHILDCARE, HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE

  • Over 240,000 healthcare jobs in the Northwest
  • Experienced social workers can earn up to £40,000 a year
  • Newly qualified NHS nurses earn around £21,000 a year
  • Qualified teachers earn up to £39,000 a year
  • 100% of students completing the Level 3 Childcare and Education Diploma went into higher education or employment.

POPULAR CAREER PROGRESSION:

  • Childcare Development Officer
  • Classroom Assistant
  • Early Years Practitioner
  • Midwife
  • Nanny
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Nursery Nurse
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Playworker
  • Social Worker
Kelly Carson

Kelly has ambitions to become a care assistant at a care or residential home, and to achieve her goal is currently on the first year of a two year BTEC in health and social care.

She is finding her time at college really enjoyable, and especially enjoys the 100 hours of work placement time as part of her course. Kelly says:

“College is an exciting time for both studying and my social life. I like the fact that you are able to do placements of your own choice, and also the fact that I’ve made some friends for life!”

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