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On completion of this two-year course, learners will have UCAS points that will support progression to study at university level or a higher-level technical qualification. Learners will also complete a range of induction activities and mandatory training, specific to their employers needs.
This course has been created alongside industry experts and is focussed on industry placements. Learners will complete a minimum of 315 clinical hours as part of their placement with local employers. Learners will be required to demonstrate core skills, supported by underpinning knowledge and understanding gained through assessment and observation.
The T Level in Health offers a range of occupational specialisms and dependent on learner numbers and availability we will offer modules in supporting adult nursing, midwifery, mental health and therapy teams as well as the care of children and young people.
What Will I Learn?
First Year core:
A1: Working within the health and science sector
A2: The healthcare sector
A3: Health, safety and environmental regulations in the health and science sector
A4: Health and safety regulations applicable in the healthcare sector
A5: Managing information and data within the healthcare sector
A6: Managing personal information
A7: Good scientific and clinical practice
A8: Providing person centred care
A9: Health and wellbeing
A10: Infection, prevention and control in health specific settings
B1: Core science concepts
B2: Further science concepts
Assessment is through two written exams and an Employer Set Project. Learners must pass both exams to progress.
In the second year, learners will choose their occupational specialism component which is assessed through a case study assessment, two practical activities and a professional discussion.
Where Will It Take Me?
On successful completion of the Health T Level, you will be provided with many progression options. Learners achieving this qualification could progress directly to employment in a variety of roles within the health and social care sector. Alternatively, you may continue on to higher education or be offered an Apprenticeship.
A minimum of five GCSEs at Grade 4 to include English Language or Literature, Maths and Science.
Information & Support
This is a rigorous and challenging course that will demand self-directed study, analysing and synthesising information, critical thinking and problem solving and presenting information in written and verbal formats.
Learners may be required to access Learning Services for additional support and exam concessions, this will be discussed at interview.
Learners will be expected to adhere to industry-standards and meet the needs of their employer, therefore DBS checks and a range of mandatory training will be completed in the first year of the course.
This two-year course is equivalent to three A Levels.