P7 Unit 6

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P7- Describe the roles, responsibilities and career pathways of 3 health or social car workers. Social worker: Social workers form relationships with people and assist them to live more successfully within their local communities by helping them find solutions to their problems. Social work involves engaging not only with clients themselves but their families and friends as well as working closely with other organisations including the police, local authority departments, schools and the probation service. Social work can be a stressful career, you need to be well organised as there is a significant level of administrative work - and time management skills are crucial. A social worker is expected to assess, review and maintain…show more content…
A typical offer would be ABC. • BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care Minimum Grade DDD required. • GCE AS/A1 level Two subjects accepted with two GCE A/A2 Levels which must include one of Psychology, Sociology, Biology, Health and Social Care or Human Biology at Grade C or above. Must achieve a minimum of 300 tariff points. • GCE/AVCE Double Award in Health and Social Care GCE/AVCE Double Award with remaining UCAS tariff points from a maximum of one GCE A/A2 Level. The minimum starting salary for newly qualified midwives in the NHS is £21,176 at Band 5. Midwives usually progress to Band 6, which starts at £25,258, after a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 24. Subject to attainment within the NHS Career Framework salaries can rise to £34,189. The range of typical salaries at senior level, e.g. those managing a team, research or teaching activities, or with specialist knowledge is £30,460 - £40,157. Physiotherapist: Physiotherapists help and treat people of all ages with physical problems causes by illness, accident and ageing. Physiotherapy is healthcare profession which sees human movement as central to the health and well-being of individuals. Physiotherapist help and treat people of all ages with
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