Access to Higher Education - Health and Social Care

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£ 160 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    A Level

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

NURSING PATHWAY: This is a recognised route into Higher Education courses in Nursing and Midwifery. It will also be appropriate for students wishing to study for a degree in Social Work or Psychology and Sociology. HEALTH SCIENCE PATHWAY: This is a recognised route into Higher Education courses in Radiography, Physiotherapy, and Occupational Therapy. It is also appropriate for students wishing.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Out Risbygate Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3RL

Starts

On request

To take into account

Applicants should have an interest in the health and social care professions, or in some of the subject areas studied. Students may also be eligible for grant support. Access course study is of 'A2' Level standard, and while there are no formal entry requirements, we must ensure at interview that applicants have a good chance of success on the course, and in further study to which they aspire.

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Course programme

Access to Higher Education - Health and Social Care

Course Code
097331VE047

Course Title
Access to Higher Education Health and Social Care (Eve)

Faculty
Faculty of Humanities and Health

School
School of Humanities

Start Date
14 September 2009

Venue
West Suffolk College

Mode of Attendance
Evening

Length (Years)

2

Weeks
36

Amount
£160

Start Time

18:30

End Time

21:00

Summary
This course provides a recognised route to Higher Education courses in Nursing, Midwifery, Radiography, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and other Health Care programmes. It may also lead to Higher Education degree courses in areas such as Health Studies, Sport Science, Social work, Psychology and Sociology. Access to Higher Education programmes are designed to meet the needs of students who may not have had the opportunity to enter Higher Education earlier in their lives. The course is delivered 2 evenings a week 6.30pm-9.00pm Mon and Tues.

Qualifications
Access to Health and Social Care awarded in conjunction with CAVA

Progression Routes
Students progress to Higher Education courses as detailed above in 'Course Content'.

Modules
The main areas of study for the NURSING PATHWAY are: Human Physiology, Psychology, Sociology, Social Hstory. The main areas of study in the HEALTH SCIENCE PATHWAY are:Human Physiology, Applied Health Sciences (Biochemistry and Physics). The main areas of study in the SPORT, HEALTH AND EXERCISE PATHWAY are Human Physiology, Applied Health Science, Psychology and Sociology of Sport and Exercise Physiology. All pathways include Study Skills, Mathematics, a project and use of Information Technology

Entry Requirements
Applicants should have an interest in the health and social care professions, or in some of the subject areas studied. Students may also be eligible for grant support. Access course study is of 'A2' Level standard, and while there are no formal entry requirements, we must ensure at interview that applicants have a good chance of success on the course, and in further study to which they aspire.

Course Content
NURSING PATHWAY: This is a recognised route into Higher Education courses in Nursing and Midwifery. It will also be appropriate for students wishing to study for a degree in Social Work or Psychology and Sociology. HEALTH SCIENCE PATHWAY: This is a recognised route into Higher Education courses in Radiography, Physiotherapy, and Occupational Therapy. It is also appropriate for students wishing to study for a degree in environmental or health sciences. SPORT, HEALTH and EXERCISE PATHWAY: This is a recognised route into Higher Education courses of Sport, Health and Exercise, Fitness Testing and other Health Fitness programmes. Returning to education at college is often a difficult step for adults, our staff are experienced and will help you to settle in. Students will have a personal tutor throughout their course for support and guidance.

Access to Higher Education - Health and Social Care

£ 160 + VAT