Access to Higher Education Paramedicine

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£1,165
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Typology A Level
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration Flexible
Start Different dates available
  • A Level
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:
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  • Start:
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Description

The Course will provide the required nationally accredited qualification to apply to Higher Education Universities and Colleges to study to become a qualified Paramedic.
Suitable for: Access courses are for people who wish to gain entry to Higher Education, but have not yet achieved the necessary entrance qualifications. They are particularly suited to adult learners including those who have been out of education for some time. There are no fixed course start or completion dates, the programme is flexible to suit your needs.

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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

No specific entry requirements.

· Qualification

Access to Higher Education Diploma (Allied Health Professions)

Opinions

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Katie Strong
02/07/2015
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What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Lee Carr
15/04/2015
What I would highlight To have the capacity to advance inside the ambulance service to the part of paramedic and having left optional instruction with no A*-C GCSE grades I expected to acquire the right capabilities to permit me onto a college degree. I discovered DistanceLearningCentre.com and connected to concentrate on the Access to HE Paramedicine Diploma. I expected to accomplish an entire 60 credit certificate and they offered this recognition as distance learning which was essential to me with 2 youthful kids and keeping on working all day for the ambulance service.

What could be improved Everything OK.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Imogen Baldock
08/04/2015
What I would highlight At school it was forever my aim to join the Ambulance Service and I accomplished the then significant required qualifications but my life took a different route. A year ago I chose to return to complete that dream and was offered an Emergency Support job in front line. I wish to be a Paramedic later on and thought my employer will sponsor me while I'm working for them. Since I am presently 37 years of age, my A-levels are "obsolete" so DistanceLearningCentre.com was prescribed to me by the University included and my boss. I now have this capability and would like to join the plan one year from now, which means I could be a Paramedic in only four years of my career change.

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Katie Harrison
08/04/2015
What I would highlight Permitted me to grow scholastically ... what's more, will enormously bolster my next stride in learning at University. My involvement with DistanceLearningCentre.com has been only fabulous through and through, from the simplicity of enrolment, the bolster got from every one of my coaches to the assignments themselves (which I truly appreciated doing).

What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Anonymous
05/03/2015
What I would highlight Subsequent to passing up a great opportunity for my A-Levels because of big surgery I thought my scholarly objectives were depreciated . Three years, besides treatment and numerous surgeries later, I unearthed the DistanceLearningCentre.com and in the wake of perusing past understudy declarations I chose to dive in. Pharmaceutical/medicinal science have been my subjects of enthusiasm for quite a while. An intriguing life structures related syllabus with no exhausting photosynthesis or immaterial maths modules were precisely what my mind had been longing for.

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

What you'll learn on the course

Access
Paramedic Nursing
First Aid
Emergency Services
Paramedic
Higher Education Access
Accredited
Emergency Care
Emergency Care assistant
EMT Paramedic
EMT Training
Health Care

Teachers and trainers (1)

Karen Himendra
Karen Himendra
Tutor

Karen has an Honours Degree in Midwifery Studies and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). She is a registered Midwife with qualifications in a range of maternity complementary therapies. Prior to joining the DLC, Karen taught for a number of years within both the secondary and FE sector with a subject specialism in Health and Social Care. She also has particular interests in undisturbed childbirth and 'story-telling within midwifery education'.

Course programme

Course review:

Nationally recognised Access to HE Diploma in Allied Health Professions by Distance Learning (60 Credits) from an Online College established in 1993.

QAA accredited through Ascentis

Study from home at your own pace. We pride ourselves in our friendly, personal and professional service from fully qualified teaching staff.

Your personal tutor will support you in your studies through weekly phone contact and quick response to your emails. We will also help you with your UCAS application for Higher Education.

Course Modules change a little from time to time so visit the web site at for the most up to date information.

Achievements for this centre

2016

Additional information

Payment options: Regular instalments can be spread across the course. 

Additional Awarding Body Registration fee (currently £185) charged in two stages: after first month and after achieving 24 credits. 

Prices may vary slightly from those published on this site. Please check the fees directly on our web site for the most up to date prices.

Career opportunities: You can apply to universities for a Paramedic Science course or secure a Student Paramedic position with an Ambulance Service Trust. Acquiring the knowledge and skills to become a professional involves training and study at degree level but there is a range of vital support roles that require no set academic qualifications for which an Access Diploma is an ideal way to maximise your job prospects.

Credits/Points: 60 credits

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