BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 1 Grade Booster
For all students preparing to take BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 1 Exam in January 2023
Join our experienced presenters for a day of fast-paced revision & essential exam technique advice on the big cinema screen – supported by online help all the way though to your final exam paper.
About the workshops
Our cinema workshops are designed and delivered by experienced teacher and examiner presenters, all of whom have a deep understanding of what students need to focus on in order to succeed in the 2023 exams.
Each Grade Booster workshop runs from 10.30 a.m. until 3.10 p.m. with four sessions delivered in the cinema screen by our specialist presenters. Students have a short break during the morning and 50-60 mins to relax over lunch before returning for a fast-paced, intensive afternoon session!
SESSION 1: SUCCESS IN SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS AND INTERPRETING DATA
- Brevity and accuracy in short answer questions
- Being precise with numeric answers
- Common mistakes
SESSION 2: HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LANGUAGE
- Commonly confused terms
- Using H&SC language appropriately
- Precision in outlining, description and explanation
SESSION 3: THEORIES AND MODELS REVISION BLAST
- Child development theories
- Attachment theories
- Stress models and adjustment scales
- Ageing theories
SESSION 4: NAILING THE 10 MARK QUESTIONS
- What do the command words mean?
- What the examiner is looking for and common mistakes
- How to form a balanced argument
Dates & Locations
Tuesday, November 29th
London - Westfield Stratford City (Vue Cinema)
Wednesday, November 30th
London - Westfield White City (Vue Cinema)
Thursday, December 01st
Birmingham - Star City (Vue Cinema)
Friday, December 02nd
Manchester - Trafford Centre (Odeon Cinema)
The price per attendee is £35.00 +VAT
- Full day of engaged learning in a modern, multiplex cinema
- Designed and delivered by highly experienced presenters
- Dedicated workshop booklet
- Free enrolment on Grade Booster Digital, the supporting online course
- 25% one-time discount code to use on any tutor2u printed resources
Chelsea is an experienced Health and Social Care Lecturer and Lead Internal Verifier. She has experience of marking Pearson exam papers and has a degree in Social Work.
Liz is a former NHS midwife, who has worked in community, birth centre and acute hospital settings. Liz is an SSAT Accredited Lead Practitioner, who has taught Health and Social Care in FE and secondary schools, where she was a successful HOD. Liz is an experienced senior examiner and author and is the current tutor2u subject lead for Health and Social Care.
Lynne is Head of Social Sciences at a girl's comprehensive school in London. She has taught Health and Social Care in FE and secondary schools since 2014 and she is an experienced examiner. Lynne has an MSC in Criminology and a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management. Prior to her teaching career, Lynne held a variety of roles for the Department of Education, the charity sector, youth justice and a large children's hospital.
What other attendees say
"We bring our students to the tutor2u workshops every year. It's a wonderful opportunity to focus on one subject for the whole day and leave with lots of great advice on exam technique"
HOD Psychology (AQA)
"I just want to thank Graham and team for an amazing day at Westfield yesterday. My friends and I are feeling so much more confident about how to tackle our papers."
Business Student (Edexcel, A-Level)
"Buzzing after the sociology workshops with duncan and craig. my students loved them - great format and hard work but worth it"
Sociology Teacher (AQA A-Level)
"Invaluable day of exam preparation for our students. Very different to the lectures that other conferences offer. The sessions are so focused on skills and how to apply them."
Economics Teacher (Edexcel)