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This two-year qualification has been designed as an alternative to A Levels in collaboration with employers and businesses. This is a new and exciting replacement for BTEC Level 3 programmes thatwill provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career in health care.
The course content has a strong focus on concepts that surround health care and science. Successful completion of the course will put you at a distinct advantage when applying to university as you will have proven skills.
During the first year, you explore the knowledge and skills relevant to health care. In the second year, focus is placed on the specialism occupational component (adult nursing). Throughout the two years you attend twoindustry placements where you will gain valuable experience and develop skills relevant to supporting the adult nursing team.
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This qualification includes a mixture of classroom learning and on-the-job mentoring. Mentoring will take place during an industry placement of a minimum of 45 days covering up to two health and social care placements
You will be assessed through written and practical examinations, employer projects, group work, presentations and analysis. You will also be observed and assessed in both industry placements to ensure you have a higher level of skill than other learners on a BTEC programme and A Levels.
On successful completion, you could find employment in a healthcare role at Level 3 such as a healthcare support worker, or apply to university to undertake a nursing degree programme. Alternatively, you could progress to study a Higher or Degree Apprenticeship in nursing and other pathways such as Nurse Associate and Assistant Practitioner.
|Course Title||Health (Nursing) T Level|
You need five GCSEs in the 9 to 5 range with grade 5 in English language a
If you have not achieved the required grades to start a T Level or are not
My tutors have helped me think about my future and whether I want to progress to the Level 3 qualification or start an Apprenticeship at Musgrove Park Hospital. Either option leads me to university and becoming a fully qualified paediatric nurse.
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