Summary: This course will be of specific interest if you are seeking a career working in health and social care. There is significant vocational focus to the programme and a range of work experiences and/or placement settings are available to you for development of learning in practice, such as working with older people, children and adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health issues and substance misuse issues. Course details: The approach we take is to facilitate and support your learning and develop independent, reflective learners in preparation for lifelong learning, and continuing personal and professional development. FdSc Health, Wellbeing and Social Support is a two-year course run by Stockton Riverside College (01642 865400) and Redcar and Cleveland College (01642 473132) in partnership with Teesside University and local health and social care employers. After the course: After successfully completing this course you can seek employment as a support worker or healthcare assistant. There may also be opportunity for progression to a part-time top-up degree course or access to relevant pre-registration health or social work programmes.