Access to Higher Education Hybrid Diploma – Healthcare Professions (Daytime)
Access to Higher Education Diploma – Healthcare Professions (Friday daytime)
What will I do?
You will study four modules:
- Development of Social Welfare
- Poverty and Housing
- Social Policy
- Developing Professional Practice in Healthcare
- Health Promotion
- Introduction to Safeguarding
- Cardiopulmonary System
- Disease and Body Defence
- Homeostasis for Healthcare
- The Musculosketal System
- Communicating through speaking and listening
- Reading and writing skills
- Application of numbers using calculation
- Application of numbers using data interpretation
The Access to Higher Education Diploma Pathways are ideal if you are aged over 19 and wish to study at degree level at University. By successfully completing a relevant Pathway, you will be able to apply to study a relevant subject at your chosen University. International students who are applying for Access courses in order to enter the nursing profession should be aware that they required to meet specific three-year residency criteria to be able to progress to Higher Education courses.
Is it for me?
Each of the Pathways on offer allows you the opportunity to specialise in a particular field and progress into higher education study. For example, by gaining an Access to Higher Education Diploma (Health Sciences), you could go on to study for a degree in Nursing, Midwifery, Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy. Please note, the Access to Higher Education Diploma will give you the opportunity to apply to a wide range of university courses and it is vital that you check all the required entry qualifications for your chosen degree course programme.
Ideally, you will require a Level 2 English and a Level 2 Maths qualification to join one of our Access to Higher Education Diploma course programmes. Entry will be dependent upon a review of previous qualifications in addition to a literacy and numeracy assessment undertaken at interview.
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Assessment is continuous and you will be required to submit a portfolio of coursework for each unit by the end of the course. We use a range of assessment methods, including class exercises, formal written assignments and tutor records of performance during class discussions and presentations. There will be some end of unit examinations.
HOW WILL MY PROGRESS BE MONITORED?
Your progress is regularly monitored through 1:1 tutorials and assessment of class work and homework. You will have a Personal Tutor who will support you with your studies.
HOW MUCH WILL I HAVE TO STUDY EACH WEEK?
Students will have 8 hours in face to face lessons and there is the expectation that 8 to 10 hours private study for the development of course work.
The taught sessions will take place on Tuesdays at either 10.00am – 12noon or 6.00pm – 8.00pm. Students will also be expected to come to College for sessions on a month on a Saturday.
DO I NEED TO PURCHASE ANYTHING?
You will need to have access to IT equipment.
Our staff are subject specialists and specialists in post-16 teaching. Many also have vocational experience in relevant fields
Visits and speakers to enhance your learning
Excellent support with the UCAS university
The opportunity to learn in an adult environment and take advantage of the wide range of activities only available through the College.