In today’s fast-changing care sector, professionals need to be proactive and flexible to be successful. Oldham College’s health and social care qualifications provide a well-rounded education that makes our students highly sought after by employers.
On a full-time, part-time or apprenticeship pathway, you can gain a detailed understanding of how ethical, legal, social, economic and political factors have influences on health and social care policy and practice. Oldham College is also well placed to help you find apprenticeship vacancies if you want to enter the world of work.
Our students have progressed to careers in a number of areas including nursing, social care, social work, midwifery and psychology.
Did you know...
Over 3 million people are employed in the health and social care sector
More than 20,000 social workers are employed by local authorities
The vast majority of adult social care roles involve direct care giving