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Access to Higher Education

If you do not qualify for an access course you can complete a preparation for access course to develop the core skills required for the access course.

Courses offered include:

  • Level 1 Diploma in Progression (QCF)
    (Preparation for Advanced Studies)
  • Level 2 Diploma in Progression (QCF)
    (Preparation for Advanced Studies)

These are general and pre-vocational qualifications devised with the aim to progress learners into further learning and/or employment.

The qualifications consists of a range of core units to provide opportunities for learners to develop skills in the areas such as literacy, numeracy, ICT, employability, learning to learn and personal development.

Access to Higher Education Diploma Nursing and Midwifery

Applicants are advised that this course is only funded for those aged 19 and over and is best suited to the needs of adults/mature learners who are returning to learn and wish to progress onto a Degree in Nursing, Midwifery or other health care related degree.

Access to Higher Education Diploma Social Science

Applicants are advised that this course is only funded for those aged 19 and over. It is best suited to the needs of adults/mature learners who wish to progress to degrees in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Child and Adolescent Studies and other social science and related degree/diploma courses.

Access to Higher Education Diploma Business

Applicants are advised that this course is only funded for those aged 19 and over. It is best suited to the needs of adults/mature learners who wish to progress to degrees in Law or Business & Management degrees.

Access to Higher Education Diploma Humanities

Applicants are advised that this course is only funded for those aged 19 and over. It is best suited to the needs of adults/mature learners who wish to progress to degrees in Politics, Media Studies, History, Anthropology, International Relations, Humanities and Cultural Studies.

For more information please contact Student Services on 01582 569569

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