In order the gain the Access to HE Diploma, learners must achieve a total of 60 credits. Of these 60 credits, 45 credits must be achieved at Level 3 from graded subject specific units.
Entry Requirements, Units, Assessment and more...
Learners will need to hold GCSEs at grade 9-5/4 (A*-C) in English, Maths and Science.
- Case studies
- Oral presentation
- Practical tasks/demonstrations
- Question and answer (written and oral)
- Tests/exams with seen or unseen papers
- Tutor observation
- Written assignments
- Written essays/reports
Aims of the course
To give learners a general introduction to the basic concepts, methods, and key areas of knowledge within the core disciplines taken and offer a coherent and stimulating framework within which they can broaden their intellectual outlook and make connections between subject areas;
- To help learners to develop and consolidate the various skills required to enable them to cope successfully with the demands of undergraduate study and to become independent, self-directed learners
Higher Education study in areas related to Health and Human Sciences. These may include some of the following areas of Degree level study: Health and Social Care, Mental Health Nursing, Midwifery, Nursing, Nutrition, Public Health, and a wide range of combined and related degrees.
Access to Science lab where science-based units require practical work.
- Access to IT facilities with specialist software as appropriate.
- Access to learning resources and online facilities.
- Access to VLE or other system, such as Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom.
- Access to resources for specialist learner support and reasonable adjustments.
Health and Allied Professions