Our Courses Find Courses Social Justice and Community Health Inequalities and Rights Residential at the college This course is part of a series of courses exploring inequalities in different parts of our lives, this specific course looks at health and ill health and how the rates of health and ill health affect different groups of people in society. Once we understand why there are inequalities in health we can discuss ways we might change this, what actions we can take to raise awareness and start to help reduce the inequalities Dates 24th September - 26th September 2021 (3 Days - 2 Nights) Apply 22nd July - 24th July 2022 (3 days - 2 Nights) Apply Fees 3 day (2 night) residential courses cost from £0 - £50 depending on your income. Level Level 1 Learning Outcomes You will cover the following: Examples of different inequalities Reasons for these inequalities Solutions and Improvements Who is this course for? This course would suit anyone interested in, or considering a career in health and social care. Progression You will gain a greater appreciation of how structural inequalities in society can affect individuals and communities. You may wish to take a look at our other health and science courses.