The course teaches you things you never even knew about and makes you look at things from a different perspective in work life, personal life and much more!” said 32-year-old Stephanie Hansell who has recently competed the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care.
Stephanie added: “I chose the course to gain more knowledge and skills to further my career in health and social care and opted to study at college rather than university as it was more personal, I got to spend time with tutors and was able to fit learning around my other personal commitments.
“It was a really good course – it covers everything, makes you more confident to seek a profession and prepares you for challenges in social care.
“The tutors supported me throughout the course, encouraged me to keep going and gave me good advice when I was unsure of which direction to go in in my career.
“I’m now seeking employment and this was a good starting point from where to work my way up the career ladder.”