|Qualification name||Access to HE Diploma (Health Professions)|
|Awarding organisation||Aim Qualifications|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||13th September 2021|
|Cost description||Funding may be available for those aged 19+ depending on age and qualifications already achieved. Level 3 Entitlement may be available depending on age and qualifications already achieved. An Advanced Learner Loan may also be available.|
Who this course is for
This is a Full Level 3 programme (i.e. at the same level as A Levels, NVQ Level 3 or a BTEC Extended Diploma). It is the most popular route of entry into Higher Education for adults. There are class based sessions, tutorials and independent study and research. You will build a personal portfolio of your completed assignments as you progress through the course.
The units you will study are likely to include:
Biochemistry - 3 credits graded Regulation and Control - 6 credits graded Genetics - 3 credits graded Human Respiratory and Cardiac Systems - 6 credits graded Infectious Diseases - 3 credits graded Nutrition and Digestion - 3 credits graded Reproduction - 3 credits graded Skeleton and Muscles - 3 credits graded
Nutrition & Lifestyle - 3 credits graded
Psychopathology - 3 credits graded Behaviourism - 3 credits graded Treatment and Therapies - 3 credits graded
Inequalities in Health and Social Care - 3 credits graded
Research and Referencing - 3 credits ungraded IT for Academic Study - 3 credits ungraded
Mathematics in a health and care context
GCSE English and Maths at C / 4 or above.
What you'll need to bring
Students aged over 19 years old - may be eligible to apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to fund your course fees - please refer to our student enrolment team for more details.
Help may be available from the Student Bursary Fund towards costs of childcare, books and materials. Please contact the Student Support Team on 01604 734066 for more details.
How you'll be assessed
The course is organised into units. All units are compulsory.
Credits will be awarded for the successful completion of the coursework and timed assignments for each unit.
Sixty credits are available on the course and all are required for the Access Diploma.
Most units are graded at Pass, Merit or Distinction.
What you can do next
Nursing or health related degree programme
Venue for this course
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