Do you want to become a Midwife but left school without the required qualifications? Our Online Access to Higher Education (HE) Diploma could be the answer to help you achieve your dream career.
Our online course enables students to study at their own pace with the flexibility to suit their personal circumstances, therefore making working towards your qualification a very convenient and flexible method of study.
Our experienced and dedicated tutors are on hand to ensure that you obtain full support throughout your learning experience.
The course covers 17 modules included below and this Diploma is gained by achieving the following credits: 30 Level 3 credits in Biology, 6 Level 3 credits in Psychology, 3 Level 3 credits in Sociology, 6 Level 3 credits in Health Studies, 6 Level 3 credits in Study Skills, 6 Level 3 credits in Academic Studies and 3 Level 2 credits in Maths.
- English for Academic Study
- Maths in a Health and Care Context
- Research and Referencing
- Producing a Written Assignment
- Infection Control
- Cell Biology and Biochemistry
- Foundations of Health Care Practice
- Biological Communication Systems
- The National Health Service
- Physiology and Digestive Processes
- Treatment and Therapies
- Human Respiratory and Cardiac Systems
- Ethical Issues in Social Policy
- Skeleton and Muscles
The Level 3 diploma is equivalent to 3 A Levels and it enables you to apply for entry to university. There are no entry requirements required to enrol onto our course but there is an application process. There is no minimum or maximum age limit for enrollment.
There are no exams on our Access Diploma course, but students are expected to complete a variety of assessments and assignments to illustrate their understanding and competence around each module they will be studying.
The course fee includes all costs and after making a small deposit to secure your place the balance is payable in further affordable monthly instalments.
The Access to HE Diploma is recognised by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and validated by AIM Awards.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for students wishing to go to university to study a degree but do not have the qualifications to do so. Ideal for students who do not have the time to attend classes or lectures due to work or family commitments.
No qualifications are required to enrol into our Access to HE Diploma but there is an application process.
Students who have GCSE qualifications in Maths and English, or equivalent, will find these advantageous when applying.
Being a midwife is more than just delivering babies. A midwife is usually the first and main contact for the woman during her pregnancy, throughout labour and the early postnatal period. They are responsible for providing care and supporting women to make informed choices about their care.
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