South Eastern Regional College

Access Certificate In Health and Welfare

South Eastern Regional College
In Holywood

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Typology A Level
Location Holywood (Northern Ireland)
  • A Level
  • Holywood (Northern Ireland)
Description

Designed for adults over 21, this popular course represents a 'second chance' for students as a gateway to University. Topics covered include Biology, Sociology and Psychology.

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Location

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Holywood (County Down)
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Old Holywood Rd, BT18 9QH

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· Requirements

Entry is based on an interview with members of the course delivery team.

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Course programme


Access Certificate In Health & Welfare

Code: 70282

Department: University Access

Short Description: Designed for adults over 21, this popular course represents a 'second chance' for students as a gateway to University. Topics covered include Biology, Sociology and Psychology.

Where will it take me? This course will provide you with the necessary study skills and underpinning knowledge to be able to gain entry to a range of University Degree courses, such as:

- Nursing
- Midwifery
- Occupational Therapy
- Physiotherapy
- Social Work
- Health and Welfare Studies
- Psychology
- Podiatry
- Counselling
- Heath and Social Care Policy

This course could also allow you to progress into management roles in the health and welfare sector, or could be used as an entry qualification into more general science and technology based courses and careers.

What's it all about? You will study a range of subjects including:
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Psychology
  • Healthcare - Policy and Practice
  • Study Skills
  • Sociology
  • Chemistry


How will this course make me more employable? Work experience is not a formal part of this course, although many students do take on some additional relevant work.

How will I be assessed? The modules on this course are assessed through both course work and an end of module examination.

Why choose us? While most of our previous students have proceeded to University courses in health related areas, you can gain entry to other disciplines including science, engineering and law.


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