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Access to Higher Education-Health & Social Care Professions

Shipley College
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1 hour
338 GBP
Shipley
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Course description

Access to Higher Education - Health & Social Care Professions (Nursing & Midwifery): An Access to Higher Education course is excellent for adults who wish to change career, study at degree level or improve job prospects by gaining a Level 3 is nationally recognised qualification is an alternative to the A-Level route of getting in to university. It is designed for mature students who don�t currently have the necessary academic qualifications for this level of study. It helps develop confidence & study methods, and the flexible style of study is ideally suited to adults leading busy lives. To make your college experience as positive and enjoyable as possible, we are always on hand to provide support & encouragement, so that you achieve your ambitions and enjoy success on your will need:� To be aged 19 or over.� A minimum of English & maths GCSE at a grade 4 (C) or above, or Functional Skills Level 2 Literacy & Numeracy.� A determination to make a change, excellent attendance, complete your work to a high standard & be willing to study further at home, alongside college attendance.� To study full-time for one year starting in September, for 3 days a study Level 3 modules in Professional Health Care Practice, Human Physiology and is course can lead to university study in Nursing (Adult or Mental Health) and Facts: Mental Health Nurse salaries range from �22,128 to �41,787 based on experience. Midwifery salaries start from �21,909 and increase with experience.If you are 19-23 and studying your first Level 3 course, you may be eligible for full funding. If you are not eligible and are aged 19+, you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan by visiting You may be able to get financial support from the Learner Support Fund for help with course materials, equipment, travel costs and childcare costs. To check eligibility, speak to the Student Services team on .

Suitability - Who should attend?

You will need:� To be aged 19 or over.� A minimum of English & maths GCSE at a grade 4 (C) or above, or Functional Skills Level 2 Literacy & Numeracy.� A determination to make a change, excellent attendance, complete your work to a high standard & be willing to study further at home, alongside college attendance.� To study full-time for one year starting in September, for 3 days a week.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

Access to Higher Education

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Shipley College

Shipley College, Salt Building, Victoria Road, Saltaire
BD18 3LQ


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