Social

Subjects

Home Economics (Scientific and Social), History, Geography, Religious Studies, Politics and Society, Classical Studies, European/Global Languages

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Desirable characteristics for students and people in this area

This is an area which involves working with many people, it is therefore desirable to have good social skills, that is being approachable, kind, with strong empathy, communication and interpersonal social skills. Emotionally strong, resilient, objective with good listening skills, being patient, tactful. Ability to work on your own or as a team member.

Careers and job titles in this area can include

Special Needs Assistant, Psychologist, Linguist, Social Worker, Civil Servant, Librarian, Probation Officer, Political Advisor, Occupational Therapist, Au Pair, Child Care Worker, Religious Occupation, Hotel Management, Tourism, Barbering, Diplomat, Flight Attendant, Addiction Counsellor, Security Guard, Sociologist, Social Media Influencer.

Entry to courses
Ensure to have the correct course requirements including:  subjects, their levels, college and course requirements.
Information on values and motivation
Information on levels of education and training
Education and Training courses & useful links
For current list of career and job opportunities
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Labour market information
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Student grant information
Counselling Services
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