Accredited SVQ Courses
in
Health and Social Care

Accredited SVQ Courses in Health & Social Care

Supportive Solutions is an approved SVQ Centre offering accredited Health and Social Care Courses. Our staff are all experienced trainers, and many have worked in the Health and Social Care sector themselves.

SVQ courses in Health and Social Care are designed for a wide range of roles, from nursery workers, care assistants to social workers, with great opportunities for career progression.  

 

Ideal for people, working in a health and social care setting, looking to gain a formal qualification

Holding Hands

SVQ 3

Social Services

&

Healthcare

SCQF Level 7

Ideal if you work in a health and social care setting, without direct supervision & already take some responsibility for care planning.

SVQ 2

Social Services

&

Healthcare

SCQF Level 6

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SVQ 2

Social Services

Children & Young People

SCQF Level 6

Ideal for people, working in early years settings and/or residential/day-care for children and young people, looking to gain a formal qualification

SVQ 3

Social Services

Children & Young People

SCQF Level 7

Ideal for people, working in early years settings and residential/day-care for children and young people, who work without direct supervision and take some responsibility for planning.

Why study for an SVQ in Health and Social Care?

Working in this sector is  incredibly rewarding.  More than 1.5 million people are employed in the UK’s Health and Social Care sector. 

You’ll have the confidence that work practice meets the national standards of competency, and it will improve your career progression. Also, your workplace and clients will value being supported by a highly skilled, proficient, and motivated workforce.

SAAS funding is available for SVQ Level 3 Qualifcations

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Supportive Solutions Approach

We’ll work with you to make sure you get the most out of your vocational training.  Through undertaking an SVQ, you’ll gain an understanding of what areas of your job you do really well, and what areas may require a little more thought.