Health & Care Courses at James Watt College
Summary: An introduction to Health and Care courses at James Watt College, student profiles, courses available and college facilities.
Welcome to the Health & Care Courses Section of our website. We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to find, fund and start a Health & Care course.
Did you know?
- The National Health Service is one of the world's best health care providers and is acknowledged worldwide as a benchmark of excellence.
- It is an enormous organisation employing 1.5 million people, making it the the third largest employer in the world.
- All facilities at the college are equipped to a working standard, providing students with the necessary skills and experience to take to the workplace.
- Resources at James Watt College include a modern, equipped care room for practical activities, computer suite for research and motivated, enthusiastic and professional staff.
Do you want to make a difference in people's lives? Do you like to investigate problems and find solutions? Do you have a knack for making people feel cared for and comfortable? If you like to help people, enjoy new challenges every day, and want to join one of the fastest growing areas of the economy, consider a career in healthcare. Providing help and care for those in need or who are vulnerable offers a unique sense of personal and career fulfilment.
Health and social care is the largest service sector and is currently undergoing rapid change, with government initiatives giving it a higher profile than ever. Over the next decade, those who pursue healthcare training will be in a position to meet the growing demand for healthcare professionals.
Our wide-ranging qualifications and health and social care courses cover today’s current and most important issues, and are intended to motivate and challenge you. All use the latest research and the experience of practising professionals, to provide you with valuable insight and real-world skills and knowledge.
Student Case Study
HNC Early Education & Childcare
“ Returning to college was definitely beneficial – it enhanced and extended the knowledge I already had and taught me new skills to take into the workplace.”
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