Health & Social (BTEC Diploma L3 Double)

Course Overview

This course provides an exciting opportunity for students who are looking to gain knowledge of Health and Social Care.  It is a very dynamic subject, which explores a variety of areas and current topics of interest from human life span development, learning about human behaviour, communication, health promotion to child protection and safeguarding. 

Entry Requirements

In order to study the BTEC Level 3 Diploma Health and Social Care at Cadbury College students need a minimum of three 4's and two 6's from their GCSE's, ideally including English and Maths.


For the enthusiasts wanting to pursue a health and social career it is a platform for understanding individuals, learning how to provide quality care, to the skills needed to become a health, social care or child development specialist. 

Course Outline

Components of Course

  • The course is equivalent to 2 A levels, if studied over 2 years. This new and exciting course can be studied alongside A Level subjects or BTEC qualifications. 


  • The units are assessed through the completion of coursework and examinations.

Coursework 50%

  • Coursework is assessed through many forms which can include written, presentations, video recording, role plays, posters, promotions and scenarios.

Examination 50%

  • Students will sit 2 exams across their 2 years of study and 1 controlled assessment. These results will contribute to 50% of their final grade.

Exam Board


Student Portrait

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the college allocate places to students?

All applicants will be invited to attend an admissions interview. An offer of a place to study at Cadbury College is made subject to you meeting the College's standard entry grade requirements. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places on offer a reserve list will be opened.

What are the costs to study at Cadbury College?

There are no tuition fees for 16-18 year olds. Students are asked to pay a £25 book deposit when they enrol at the college, however this is returned at the end of the two years of study when all books and resources have been returned to the college. Some subjects will offer field trips which may impose some additional costs, however these costs will be kept to a minimum and these field trips are not compulsory.

When does enrolment take place?

Enrolment takes place after GCSE Results are announced. It is usually at the end of August into the beginning of September, with all students being on timetable by the end of the first week of September. Further details about enrolment and a date/time for your individual appointment will be sent to you in a letter over the summer holiday. The enrolment appointment will take between 1 and 2 hours.

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