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Working in Partnership across Health, Education and Social Care Services (Level 5 UNIT ONLY)

Pearson BTEC
Early Years

Course Overview

Partnership working is often seen as the panacea of service delivery. There are often very clear benefits for service users from services working together. However, partnership working is complex and requires substantial investment in terms of time, monetary and physical resources so it is vital that there is a clear rationale of the benefits of unified working rather than joint working across services. To evaluate this, it is necessary to consider carefully what partnership is, how partnerships can be organised and ways to evaluate the benefits.This unit covers the range of partnership working: partnerships orientated to supporting children and families often from individual practitioners; the way a setting can work with the local community; approaches to service organisation and delivery across and between services. Working with different groups also requires different skills and awareness. The unit explores these issues and the way that individuals work in teams as partnership arrangements.
  • Start Date
    1 Sep 2023
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    1 Year
  • Campus
    Strand Road

Available Sessions

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  • Course: Pearson BTEC Level 5 UNIT ONLY Working in Partnership across Health, Education and Social Care Services
    Campus: Strand Road
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date: 01/09/2023
    (2739)
    Fees:
    -

Course Offering

  • Site location Strand Road
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Course Modules

  • Unit 30: Working in Partnership across Health, Education and Social Care Services
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

Students should have a level 3 in CCLD or related area and have a good standard of written English as the workload includes academic assessment.

ROI Requirements

Students should have a level 5 in CCLD (ROI) or related area and have a good standard of written English as the workload includes academic assessment.

Work Placement

N\A

What's Next?

Further Study

This unit supports students continuing in higher education in subjects such as early childhood education, psychology, social care and children’s health

Career Prospects

The unit will provide a range of practical skills to enable students to work more effectively in multidisciplinary team environments and recognise how different professionals, working together, can effectively support young children and their families.

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