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|September||1 Year||3||Part-Time - Day||Washington Campus||Access to Higher Education|
|September||1 Year||3||Part-Time Evening||Washington Campus||Access to Higher Education|
This course is for students who are aged 19 and above who are wanting to apply to university for degrees in Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Child Nursing, Learning Disability Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Occupational Health, ODP and Public Health.
You will need a minimum of 4 GCSE’s at grade C/4 or a full level 2 plus maths and English at level 2.
You will also need to complete an English and maths assessment and attend an interview.
You will learn through lectures, tutorials, workshops and self-study
Continuous Assessment involving building a portfolio to include:
Essays, reports, projects, academic posters, leaflets, internal exams approx. three assessments per unit and two internal exams.
After successfully completing your course you could progress onto a university courses and progression to careers in the NHS and the Caring Professions.
Average salary for qualified Nursing staff = £23,000 approx.
100% overall A-Level pass rate
97.4% of our apprentices progressed to employment or further study.
Destination data for Sunderland College 2019/20, Apprentice completers.
Our excellent student support services and expert staff will help you reach your potential.
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