Course code: CFWT200P
Subject area: Health & Social Care
Study level: School Leaver
Course level: 3
9:00am - 5:00pm
Monday to Friday
6th Sep 2021 - 7th Jul 2023
T-Levels are a brand new type of qualification designed to give young people a new two-year, full-time study vocational programme equivalent to 3 A Levels. These new qualifications bring classroom learning and an extended industry placement together on a course designed with businesses and employers, helping prepare students to meet the needs of industry and work.
It's hard to imagine a more dynamic, fast-changing sector than nursing and healthcare in the UK. The T Level in Healthcare is an exciting cross-curriculum course offering students practical experience and the theoretical underpinning knowledge to pursue careers in health and social care. The course is taught by a range of staff from a variety of vocational backgrounds and is designed to enable you to progress to employment or apprenticeships in hospitals or healthcare settings or to move on to studying in higher education.
In Year 1 you will cover all of the underpinning knowledge required to work in the Healthcare sector. You will learn about providing person-centred care and care values, Health and Wellbeing including recognising the signs and symptoms of health deterioration and infection control and prevention.
The units studied are:
-Working within the Health and Science Sector-Health, Safety and Environmental regulations in the Health and Science sector-Managing information and data within the Health and Science sector-Good Scientific and Clinical Practice-Core Science concepts (Including Anatomy and Physiology and Diseases and Disorders)-The Healthcare sector-Providing person-centred care-Health and wellbeing-Health and Safety regulations applicable in the Healthcare sector-Infection prevention and control in health specific settings.
Year 2In Year 2 you will specialise in adult nursing. You will learn about clinical tasks carried out on adults including taking physiological measurements, applying wound dressings, collecting specimens and monitoring hydration levels. You will learn about the different types of monitoring and emergency equipment used in healthcare settings and how to use and maintain this equipment. You will learn how to support adults in activities of daily life such as nutrition, hydration and hygiene and you will learn about the different roles of carers including supporting adults with dementia and end of life care. Throughout the course you will undertake over 345 hours of industry placement in various settings. This will include regular one day a week placements and also block placements. In addition you will have the opportunity to gain qualifications in first aid, food hygiene and manual handling.
16 - 18 Fee
Tuition Fee: £0.00Exam Fee: £0.00
Total Cost: £0.00
Tuition Fee: £811.00Exam Fee: £0.00
Total Cost: £811.00
19+ Reduced Fee