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Level 2 Health and Social Care Diploma Paperback – 27 May 2011

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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder Education (27 May 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1444135414
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444135411
  • Product Dimensions: 19.4 x 1.3 x 26.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Book Description

Step-by-step guidance through the units, evidence and assessment for the Level 2 Diploma (formerly NVQ).

About the Author

Caroline Morris has been an External Verifier for several major awarding bodies and has been involved in writing materials and specifications for publishers and awarding bodies. Caroline has a background as a nurse, a Care Manager, and as a teacher and lecturer delivering Health and Social Care. She also undertakes inspections on behalf of BIIAB, OCR, EDI, OU and BAC.



Val Michie is a Consultant in Education and Training for the Health and Care Sector, working with a wide range of training providers within the private, statutory and trades union sectors. Val has also worked as a lecturer in FE, teaching health sciences, key skills and Health and Social Care. Her more recent role as a technical author has involved her in writing underpinning knowledge and assessment activities for a number of qualifications, including NVQs, Technical Certificates and BTECs in Health and Social Care. Val is currently an External Verifier for a major awarding body.




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I have found this book very informative. It is clear and direct to the point. It follows the curriclum precisely and has obviously been put together by a very thorough and professional team. It contains aditional information that other more well known books (like the one below) on the same topics skimp over. Therefore it leaves a student like me with all the information i need for each unit with out having to do additional research .If you need an all in one book then this is the one for you. If like me the financial cost is less inportant than obtaining the diploma then buying more than one book on the same subject like (HSC diploma 2, Yvonne Nolan)helps to simplify the study and understanding of this subject even more.

This book like all the others does not cover some of the additional units that are required in this diploma so beware. Even though it is an all in one book the course is not easy. It still takes a lot of time and commitment a lot of hard work and getting help from a good tutor is essential in order to succeed.
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Excellent all round book for anyone in care work. Excellent for the NVQ level 2. Covers all aspects, comprehensive and clearly links in to course requirements.
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A very informative collection of information about the care setting and knowledge required to attain an NVQ level 2, Helped a great deal :)
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would recommend it to anyone doing the course, really helped me in doing the course, a quick delivery would look to ordering a another book when doing another course worth having to look back on. thanks !!
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Very happy with the purchase. Prompt delivery arrived before estimated delivery day. It will be a big help to me as I work towards my NVQ 2 in health and social care.
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This came exactly how they said it would, very well packaged and arrived within the time limit given. Overall it has been a great experience. Thankyou
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