Comments about FdSc Health and Wellbeing - At the institution - Bristol City - Bristol
This programme delivers the specialist knowledge and skills required in practice whilst being underpinned by broad based academic learning. With an equal balance of theory and practice the course is designed to meet the development needs of the individual employee and the needs of service.
Entry requirements Applicants unable to meet the academic entry requirements will be assessed on an individual basis using evidence of accreditation and/or experiential learning (A(E)L). Applicants whose first language is not English must have a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 overall with 6.5 in each section. All applicants must have an identified work-based mentor recognised and agreed as such by the School of Health and Social Care.
FdSc Health and Wellbeing
Content - FdSc in Health and Wellbeing.
The overall programme aims to prepare people to work with a specified range of skills in partnership with others within national, regional and local employment arenas. The skills are based within the following categories:
* Technical and work related skills
* Key and generic skills
* Increased understanding of the world of work
* Employment involvement
The core key skills are identified as:
* Problem solving
* Application of number
* Use of Information Technology
* Improving learning and performance