T Level in HealthT-Level • Level 3
About the course
T Level in Health
At least five GCSEs at Grade 6 or above in a good range of subjects, including Mathematics, English and Science. A clear focus on career in healthcare science. A successful interview with a tutor The ability to study independently Excellent communication skills Hardworking & resilient You may also need to undertake an interview with the Local Hospital Trust.
You will be assessed by a combination of exam assessment, project work and synoptic assessment. Core Knowledge - Year 1 Overall core component grade (A* to E and U) 2 papers - 70% weighting. Employer set Project (ESP) - 30% weighting. Study includes: Science core element - This is assessed by written examination. Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Pathway core element - this covers working in the health sector. This is assessed by written examination. Subjects you will study include: Working in the Health and Science Sector Good Scientific and Clinical Practice Infection prevention and control Safeguarding Diseases and disorders of the human body Occupational specialism - Year 2 Supporting the Adult Nursing team - synoptic assessment to achieve a distinction/merit/pass. Topics you will study to develop occupational competence could include: - assisting the adult nursing team with clinical tasks. - Supporting individuals to meet activities of daily living - assist with skin integrity assessments and with the care and treatment of skin conditions. Industrial placement experience - students are required to complete a minimum of 315 hours industry placement.
Careers & Progression
Progression on to University to study BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult), BSc (Hons) Nursing (Children & Young People) or other relevant degrees, you can also enter employment and use your skills and knowledge to start working in the health sector or undertake an Apprenticeship.
Extra curricular activities
Industry visits, University visits, Guest speakers as well as the range of enrichment opportunities in college.