Access to University - Nursing Midwifery and Health Professions (Evening Course)Access to University • Level 3
About the course
Whilst on the course students will receive and complete a study skills unit with the primary focus of the course content focused upon Physiology including cell biology, human reproductive biology, anatomy and physiology of the human skeleton and muscles. In addition students will have the opportunity to study sociological perspectives, the sociology of health and illness, introduction to issues in health and social care.
Type of LearningAdult Learning
Location ByBurnley College
13/09/2021, 13/09/2021, 13/09/2021, 13/09/2021
Potential students should have a GCSE in English and ideally maths or Functional Skills level 2. However, we will consider applicants working towards their maths whilst on programme subject to successful interview. Certificate will need to be provided for all qualifications achieved.
Preparing students for study at university level is a key objective of the course particularly in the health and social care professions. Research is a key aspect with students completing research projects in both Physiology and Sociology. In addition students have the opportunity to study concepts and models of mental health, poverty in society and family structures. Students will engage in a range of diverse activities to include rat dissection and heart dissection.
The Access to HE Diploma utilises a range of assessment methods to include, assignments, presentations and exams.
Careers & Progression
Successful completion of the Access to HE Diploma in Allied Health Professions provides students with the opportunity to access a range of higher education courses and ultimately to go into professional practice in a range of health and social care related professions which include, adult nursing, children's nursing, midwifery and occupational therapy to name a few.