Top Course Highlights
State-of-the-art simulation facilities
Network of health and social care partners
Fantastic learning environment
You will have access to our state-of-the-art simulation facilities and our extensive network of health and social care partners.
Learn from experienced tutors
Gain invaluable knowledge from our experienced tutors, who have a wealth of hands-on experience delivering classes across all fields of nursing.
Gain on the job experience
Gain the skills you need in the workplace while you learn the necessary theoretical knowledge.
What Will I Learn?
Our Apprenticeship offers a balanced combination of practice-based and academic learning to enhance and consolidate your skills and knowledge; giving you the opportunity to earn while you learn and gain a Bachelor’s degree (BSc Hons) over four years of study.
The modules of study include:
- Professional and Academic Development
- Foundations of Nursing Practice
- Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology
- Individual Health & Wellbeing
- Developing Adult Nursing Practice
- Pathophysiology: Illness and its impact
- Medicines Management
- Understanding Research in Evidenced-Based Practice
- Recognising Individual Need
- Preparation for Professional Practice
- Advancing Adult Nursing Practice
- Consolidating Adult Nursing Practice
- Exploring Evidence for Research-Based Practice
Where Will It Take Me?
This course will enable you to further your career with your employer as a qualified Adult Nurse. Our curriculum is approved by the Nursing & Midwifery Council. On successful completion of the course, you will be eligible to register with the NMC.
From the start of your Apprenticeship, you will need to be employed full-time (30 hours or more per week) in an appropriate healthcare setting where you can train as a Registered Nurse.
If you are not already employed in a health or social care setting, you should contact NHS Trusts and other healthcare organisations in your area to check if they are recruiting Nursing Apprentices.
For entry, you will need to have 112 UCAS tariff points made up from:
- BTEC National Awards
- International Baccalaureate
- Access to Higher Education Diploma
- Diploma in Health and Social Care (level 3)/NVQ (level3)
- Foundation Degree
You will also need at least three GCSEs at Grade 4/C or above including mathematics and English or a recognised level 2 equivalent.
Information & Support
The University Centre Truro and Penwith are proud to be working in conjunction with the University of Greenwich and local health and social care providers to offer our range of Nursing and Allied Health courses.
The course fees are shared between the government and employers
Further costs may include (but are not limited to):
- Resources: you may need to purchase books for your studies, as well as specific computer software (estimate, £150 per year)
- Memberships: applying for membership of a professional body at the end of the course may incur further costs.
Want to talk to someone?
Do you have a question that we haven't answered so far? Talk to our admissions team. We're here Monday-Friday 8.30am-4.30pm.