This one year intensive course is aimed at enabling mature students (19+) to progress to a degree programme in nursing or a related subject at university. To achieve this, you must have 60 credits, of which 45 are from level 3 units. (The remaining 15 can be from level 2 units.)
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You must be aged 19 or over. You need GCSE English and maths at grades A*-C, plus a substantial Level 2 qualification in a related subject at merit grade. Students will be expected to carry out preparatory reading before each lesson and also complete homework.
Assignment tasks, time constrained exams, class work, group work, discussions, timed exams presentations and essays.
Aims of the course
To prepare you for study on a health related Bachelor's degree programme such as adult nursing, social work or midwifery, providing modules that widen your knowledge and experience of health and social care.
You may choose to study a degree or foundation degree, or pursue further study on another health-related programme. The majority of universities require students to have a GCSE (graded A* to C) or equivalent in maths and English, in addition to a level 3 qualification. They may also require a certain grade profile for the access course.
Classrooms, learning resource centre and practical laboratories.
District nurse or district nursing team member, general staff nurse, child nurse, learning disabilities nurse or mental health nurse.
What can I earn in the health and social care industry? When you're deciding what to study post-16, it's important to think about where your course will lead. If you study for a vocational qualification in health and social care, you'll be starting on a career path with lots of opportunity for progression ? and a good salary in your sights. For example: Care workers start on around £13,000 a year and can earn £17,000 with 3-5 years' experience Social workers start on around £24,000 a year and can earn £39,000 with 3-5 years' experience Nurses start on around £26,000 a year and can earn £31,000 with 3-5 years' experience