Our university level health and social care courses are aimed at students who wish to progress into or progress within careers in the sector.
Students from these courses have progressed onto further study in nursing, or job roles in midwifery, paramedic sciences, physiotherapy, substance misuse support, education and social work.
You will be taught by well qualified tutors who have sector specific experience and knowledge and you also complete assessed placement hours in each academic year, helping you build a clear picture of your future opportunities in health and social care.
Michelle has studied and taught numerous social science subjects and has a wide range of experience in the education sector in both academic and strategic roles. She is the Programme Lead on the College’s HNC / HND Social and Community Work (Integrated Health and Social Care) course.
Michelle has a Masters Degree in Psychology from Bath Spa University. She first got involved in education while her children were growing up. This included various voluntary roles, such as spending 14 years as a School Governor, three of which saw her occupy the position of Chair of Governors.
Initially joining the College as a Lecturer in Health and Social Care in 2018, Michelle took on the role of Programme Lead of the HNC / HND course in 2022. During her time at the College, she has worked in a number of different teams across various campuses. Read more...