Access to Higher Education (Health)

In Haverfordwest

£ 210 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    A Level

  • Location

    Haverfordwest (Wales)

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

This course is designed for students who may not have any recent qualifications which enable them to gain entry onto a higher diploma or degree level course. The student will gain a sound overview of health covering physical, social and psychological aspects. The course leads to an Access Diploma. In addition to providing an academic qualification the programme will also develop the study skills n

Facilities

Location

Starts

Haverfordwest (Pembrokeshire/Sir Benfro)
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Merlins Bridge, SA61 1SZ

Starts

On request

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Course programme

Access to Higher Education (Health) Course information
This course is designed for students who may not have any recent qualifications which enable them to gain entry onto a higher diploma or degree level course. The student will gain a sound overview of health covering physical, social and psychological aspects. The course leads to an Access Diploma. In addition to providing an academic qualification the programme will also develop the study skills necessary for a higher course.

What you can do after this course
Progression routes afterwards include Complementary Therapy, Midwifery, Nursing, Occupational Health, Podiatry, Speech Therapy and Sports Science.

Entry requirements
  • Successful applicants will normally have substantial experience of life outside of formal education, gained since completing compulsory schooling.
  • The College welcomes applicants over 21 years of age, each application is considered on individual merit and formal qualifications may not be required dependant upon experience
How you will learn
  • Lectures
  • Practical sessions
  • Group work
  • Personal study
Skills you will develop
Modules include:
  • Humans and Physical Health
  • Applied Social Science
  • Applied Health
  • Underpinning units - IT, Mathematics and Personal Development
How you will be assessed
Assessments will be carried out by assignments throughout the year, via a variety of methods:
  • projects
  • practical sessions
  • essays
  • group presentations
  • videos
Course structure
This course is a taught modular course.

Benefits of studying at Pembrokeshire College
  • Study skills
  • Exam techniques
  • Knowledge of health related subjec
Fees
  • Full time course - no fees
  • Part time course - £210 (concessionary fees £155/£105)

Access to Higher Education (Health)

£ 210 + VAT