Health and Social Care for GCSE Student Book by Mark Walsh


Health and Social Care for GCSE Student Book by Mark Walsh

This full-colour textbook provideds comprehensive support for the new Vocational GCSE in Health and Social Care. Contents: Introduction / Health, social care and early years provision / Promoting health and well-being / Understanding personal development and relationships


The part of the book which really sold it to me was the way in which the revision questions lead through to the key questions which are aligned with the portfolio assignments. Head of Health and Social Care -- Sir John Thursby School

About the Author

Mark Walsh is a writer, teacher and INSET trainer. He has taught and assessed a range of care and social science-based courses in further education colleges and the NHS. As the lead author and series consultant for Collins vocational health and social care publications, Mark has written a wide range of educational resources.

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224 pages


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Publication date

20th June 2002



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