Health & Social Care

At LMC we are aware of the national shortage and regional demand for skilled workers, so choosing to study Health & Social Care with us will give you access to exciting programmes of study across all levels, taught by qualified tutors with industry experience. Progression through the qualification levels is encouraged and supported. You’ll undertake work experience as part of your course, in a wide and diverse variety of settings, where you can apply what you have learnt in the classroom to practical experiences. The Health and Social Care sector is one of the largest employers in the local area so the courses can lead to fantastic job opportunities. 

YOUR FUTURE CAREER COULD BE...

Care Assistant  £15,000-£20,000
Radiographer  £21,000-£68,000
Nurse  £22,000-£48,000
Midwife £22,000-£48,000
Social Worker £24,000-£40,000
Health Visitor  £26,250-£41,000

Choosing to study in the Health & Social Care department at Lancaster & Morecambe College will give you access to exciting programmes of learning, taught by extremely well qualified tutors with industry experience. Progression through the qualifications levels is encouraged and supported. You will undertake work experience as part of your course, in a variety of settings, where you can apply what you have learnt in the classroom to practical experiences, this includes NHS placements as well as local nursery settings, schools, day centres and care homes. The Health & Social Care sector is one of the largest employers in the local area so the courses can lead to fantastic job opportunities. There are excellent enrichment opportunities available, including visits to universities, higher education taster days and master classes, industry guest speakers, community events, and educational visits, we look forward to welcoming you to the Health & Social Care department.

Caroline Openshaw, Head of Health & Social Care

I attended an Open Day and there was a sense of community around College. It’s a professional environment where you can learn from industry experienced tutors. There’s such a wide range of learning, relevant for both the workplace and real life. 

Amelia Butler, Health & Social Care Level 2 & 3

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