Health Care Programme

By: Shakespeare College London  23/07/2013
Keywords: HND course in London, college of health care, HNC programme in London,

The Edexcel BTEC Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Diploma (HND) are highly regarded, nationally and internationally recognised, undergraduate level programmes, equivalent to the first and second year of a university degree course. They are at Level 5 on the National Qualifications Framework. The HNC and HND courses have been developed by UK employers and Edexcel for those who wish to achieve real practical skills across a range of Health and Social Care areas and they provide at the same time the necessary vocational (job-related) knowledge required for workers in the Health and Social Care sector. The course is suitable for all those already working in the sector who wish to gain practical skills and a formal NQF Level 5 qualification in order to progress to supervisor or junior management level roles. Entry Requirements: Aged of 18 or above English Language must normally be IELTS 4.0 or equivalent.

Keywords: college of health care, HNC programme in London, HND course in London, study health care course in London, study health care in UK, why study health care,

Contact Shakespeare College London


Print this page

Other products and services from Shakespeare College London


General English

The course will improve students' everyday English, study for an English language examination, get ready for a new job or prepare for life in an English speaking country.



The programme provides students with an understanding of the wider social and economic issues related to these areas as well as enabling students to compete for work within the travel and tourism sector.


Business Studies

A diverse range of modules, each with a different emphasis. Students will learn how organisations operate - what they do, their styles of management and their business strategies.


Accountancy Course

Studying a CIMA qualification with Shakespeare College can increase your earning potential, even while you are still studying.