Health & Social Care

These courses are designed to cover a range of topics, providing you with the knowledge and skills required for a career or further study in the healthcare or social care industry. You will benefit from your teachers having a wide range of expertise and specialisms. You will complete mandatory work experience at level 3 with a minimum of 100 hours in a range of health and social care settings.

Our Courses:

Donna Bradley

Curriculum leader of Health and Social care
 
Donna’s background is in health and social care where they worked in the industry for 20 years in both Health care environments and then in social work with older people and people with diverse disabilities and mental health. Following on from working in the industry, Donna started teaching at Worsley College.
 Michelle Jones

Teacher of Health and Social Care

Michelle started her career as a qualified nurse working in different hospital settings. After gaining a BSc (Hons) in Biological sciences she worked in the pharmaceutical industry as a clinical trials coordinator and a medical information officer. Michelle has has worked at the college for many years teaching across a wide range of Health and Social Care courses.
 Claire Vincent

Teacher of Health and Social Care

Claire was a PE teacher in a secondary school in Blackburn for 13 years, before moving to Worsley College in February of 2019 to teach Passport to College. In September of 2019, Claire became a teacher of the level 2 and 3 Health & Social Care, with her specialism being in Anatomy and Physiology.
Laura Mack

Teacher of Health and Social Care

Laura has studied Psychology and Criminology at University, graduated from Lancaster University and also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Education. Laura has industry experience working for the Police investigating public protection crimes against the most vulnerable members of society.