BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 2 Grade Booster
Join the tutor2u subject experts for a full day of crucial exam technique and core topic revision, all delivered on the big cinema screen.
- Cinema Workshops
- Grade Booster
- 10.30am-3.15pm (Registration from 9.45am)
- £36.00 inc VAT
For all students preparing to take BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 2 exam in January or May 2024.
Spring 2024 dates & locations
Book your places now for individual or group bookings
Tuesday 12th March 2024
Cribbs Causeway (Vue Cinema)Fully booked
About the workshop
Our cinema workshops are designed and delivered by the trusted tutor2u subject teams, all of whom know what students need to succeed in the 2024 exams.
Each workshop has four fast-paced, interactive and fun sessions delivered in the cinema screen. You’ll take away lots of great advice on effective exam technique, and a fantastic workshop booklet packed with useful information.
Plus, you also get an enrolment on the supporting Grade Booster online course, providing hours of extra help all the way to your final exam.
Full day of engaged learning in a modern, multiplex cinema
Designed and delivered by the tutor2u subject experts
Dedicated workshop booklet packed with useful advice on exam technique
Enrolment on the supporting Grade Booster online course for your workshop
40% one-time discount code to use on any tutor2u printed resources
To provide an even more effective support for students, we support all our cinema workshops with a comprehensive online course which helps students from the moment they book their cinema place to the date of their final exam in the summer.
Each Grade Booster online course provides significant additional resources that complements what students cover during their cinema workshop. This combination of cinema + online course provides an unrivalled support for students as they prepare for summer 2024 exams.
Learn more about the online support
Liz is the current tutor2u subject lead for Health and Social Care. She 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.
Lynne is a regular contributor in the HSC team. She has taught Health and Social Care in FE and secondary schools since 2014. She has successfully led a large Social Sciences department at a girl's comprehensive school in London and she is an experienced examiner and moderator. Lynne is also a teacher of Sociology, with a first degree in Sociology and an MSc in Criminology. 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, where she used her Post Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management to manage a forensic paediatric medical service.
Rachel has taught Health and Social Care in secondary schools since 2007 (including a period of time teaching VCE Health and Human Development in Australia). She has successfully led a thriving Health & Social Care Department at a girl's comprehensive school in London and she has been an examiner in Australia for Health and Human Development. Rachel is also a teacher of Physical Education, with a bachelor degree in Health Sciences and Education. Rachel has also delivered exam preparation training sessions for students. Prior to her teaching career, Rachel held a variety of roles in hospitality and the sports field of personal training.