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Course Code:
DT571
Title:
Social Care
College:
DIT
Qualification:
Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
Duration:
3 Years

 

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Social & Caring
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Social caring is the practice of providing support to people who are unable to fully support themselves, not due to medical illness.

College-based lectures and studies is combined with the experience which students gain through a work placement.

This course will take place in Grangegorman Campus from 2014



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Community care work, social worker with Government Departments or Health Boards, Community Care Organisation.

 

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CAO Points 
2013 Points

395

Change from 2012: 

-15

History:

2012 - 410
2011 - 400
2010 - 410
2009 - 405
2008 - 400
2007 - 400
2006 - 380
2005 - 375
2004 - 370
2003 - 370
2002 - 385*
2001 - 385
2000 - 380

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