This course offers an insight into both the early years and health & social care worlds, to help you decide which you would like to specialise in.
Working in small classes, you will notice that your self-confidence and self-esteem will grow, with the help and support from experienced tutors and teaching assistants.The course also boosts your social skills and ability to get on with a variety of different people. Your study programme will also include some supported English and Maths sessions and provide a first step towards gaining qualifications.
The College has excellent links with hospitals, schools, nurseries and care homes across Brighton. Regular placements with these institutions give our students the opportunity to work with future employers and gain the skills and confidence required for this challenging and rewarding industry.
GB MET welcomes students from all walks of life and offers courses specifically designed for those who may need some additional support with their learning.
Please note: This course takes place at our East Brighton Campus.
At least two GCSEs at grade 2 (F) or above, preferably including English and maths.
ESOL applicants will require E3 or above.
Work experience & what's next?
Following a Pathways course, you can progress to further training at Level 1 or sometimes Level 2, either full-time or as an apprentice.
- Nursery worker
- Nursery nurse
- Teaching assistant
- Primary school teacher
- Social worker
- Children’s holiday rep