Care and Administrative Practice students have a bright future

Care and Administrative Practice Students

Students on the HNC Care and Administrative Practice class of 2015-2016 have successfully completed the course and have bright futures ahead.

Many of the students, who studied either full time or part time during the evening at the Cardonald campus, have gone on to either further study or employment. 17 have progressed to year two of a Nursing degree at Glasgow Caledonian University, and many others will be starting first year of Nursing (adult, mental health & learning disability) at various universities throughout Scotland.

One member of the evening class has gained employment within Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board as a Health Care support worker and another is progressing in to the second year Integrated Health and Social Care with Administration BA (Hons) degree.

Glasgow Clyde College works in partnership with a range of employers, including NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and studying this course has opened up a wide range of options for these students.

The course is available to study both as a full-time day and as an evening course at both Anniesland and ardonald campuses. There are currently limited places available on the evening course at the Cardonald Campus.

Full time day students are pictured above, with the evening students pictured below.

Care and Administrative Practice Students