This Health and Social Care BA (Hons) course is composed of theoretical and practical learning modules that underpin the core concepts of health care. The content taught is relevant to both current health care practice and the changing context of health care delivery, while reinforcing the impact of care delivery on patients, their families, carers and the wider health care sector. The aim of this course is to supply knowledgeable, enthusiastic and skilled individuals for employment and to support the delivery of health and social care within the NHS, Local Authority Services, private health provision, and third sector services. **Year One** This year, you'll examine the skills, behaviours and techniques of a reflective practitioner and define safe and effective practice in health and social care. You will also become confident in the fundamentals of collaborative working within the sector, with solid knowledge of services, roles and responsibilities of practitioners. Students who complete year one are awarded a HNC in Health & Social Care. **Year Two** Working at an advanced level, you will explore life stages and development, critically analysing social and cultural influences on an individual’s health and wellbeing, discussing methods of improvement and promotion. Students who complete year two are awarded a HND in Health & Social Care.