Sociology of Health and Illness
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Have you ever wondered why the poorest people in the UK are dying at more than twice the rate of those in the most affluent areas of the country?
This course will help you learn about some of the most important links between illness and society.It will also provide you with essential information to support your studies in the healthcare professions area.
How will the course be delivered?
The course will be delivered on a residential basis, over two days and one night. The course will include a blend of classroom based activities and some individual work alone.
Northern College starts where you are, building on your life skills and experience. You don’t need a formal qualification to begin your studies with us.
What could this course lead to?
This course is beneficial for those who are thinking of progressing on to accredited social science or health profession courses. Our Student Support Services team will work with you to design a personalised learning journey based on your needs and aspirations.
Funding Support Statement:
You may be eligible to study for free if you are unemployed, on certain benefits, or earn £17,004 a year or less. We can confirm when you apply or contact our Student Support Services team to learn more.
Need more Information?
You can find out more about Northern College and the courses on offer at one of our Virtual Open Events
Tuition Fee: £50*
Please note the fee displayed is for the tuition fee only. If you are staying overnight at the college and you are not eligible for residential funding, there will be an additional charge to cover bed, breakfast and evening meal.
* Please confirm with The College Registry as fees can change and also with regards to your circumstances (unless otherwise stated).
email : mis at northern dot ac dot uk
Tel : 01226 776000