Home Secretary Theresa May, MP launches unique Education4Health Technology and Innovation Hub at BCA

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Solutions4Health and BCA announced their partnership that will incorporate technology enabled care in the college’s health & social care programme.

Partnership between Solutions4Health & BCA will lead the education of young people for the Health & Social Care sector.

The Home Secretary Theresa May, MP launch their Education4Health partnership with the Health and Social Care Department at BCA on Monday 22nd September. This is a unique initiative with a focus on preparing young people, tomorrow’s workforce, for their future careers in health care.

For BCA’s health and social care curriculum, Solutions4Health are supplying their digital platform and several sets of wireless monitoring devices that monitor and record clinical vital signs of patients or ‘service users’ such as blood pressure and weight.

Gillian May, Principal, BCA said “I am delighted that BCA has the opportunity to work with business partners to support our curriculum. This innovation will enable the students at BCA to understand and work with the new technology currently being developed in the health and social care sector, building their understanding and work readiness.”

Kishore Sankla, Chief Executive, Solutions4Health said: “We are pleased to be working with BCA in developing their health and social care curriculum as part of our vision to support young people coming into the health and social care profession. We are providing the resources, monitoring devices and technology to support this scheme, to enable young people to develop the critical skills required by the industry.”