This course is designed to give you the skills and knowledge required to prepare you for a rewarding career in a number of healthcare professions.
You will understand the key contemporary issues relating to the roles of health professionals, including nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, paramedics and operating department practitioners alongside the skills required to progress within higher education.
You will examine the importance of the professional values, standards and working practices required to support patient-centred care and support. This course will provide you with a level of academic and develop your self-confidence that will aid your transition to a relevant degree course and then the workplace.
Why you should study this course
Coventry University is ranked top in the Midlands for Nursing and Midwifery in the Guardian University Guide 2021. You will be taught by staff with a range of expertise across a number of health professions who will use their insight and experience to give you an understanding of the wide range of healthcare roles available.
On successful completion of this course you will be well prepared to start a degree course in Nursing or Allied Health Professions.
All successful students on this course are guaranteed an interview for degree courses in nursing and allied health profession courses at Coventry University and will be supported in making your application, subject to completing your application before the UCAS January deadline. The grade requirements may vary by course, see individual course pages for further details. Throughout this course you will be encouraged to develop your level 2 Literacy and Numeracy application to the vocational setting in order to meet the entry requirements of your chosen degree course.