Course overviewThis course is ideal if you are considering a wide range of careers in professions such as social work, nursing, midwifery or teaching; it will prepare you for studying on the Access to Higher Education Diploma or any other Level 3 college course by improving your skills first.
The Certificate in Skills for Further Study Level 2 (Pre-Access) has been specifically designed to help develop some of the essential skills required for further and higher education courses. There will be focus on developing English, personal and study skills, and an opportunity to take your GCSE English and maths. Successful completion allows the awarding of an OCN Level 2 Certificate in Skills for Further Study in Health.
Develop skills in essay writing and how to read and use information from a variety of sources Learn useful background to the development of policies relating to health, education, work and benefits Learn useful background to ethical debates in a range of disciplines Commence planning for your future career
What else do I need to know?The course will build in the opportunity to complete GCSE Maths & or English, to enable learners to progress to Level 3 and on to University.
N.B If you are a learner aged 19-23 and don't curently hold a full Level 2 qualification you will not be eligible for any remissions of fees.
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If you are on state benefits or are on a low income you may be entitled to fee remission towards your course. *This is at the Colleges discretion.
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