T Level - Health
A healthy option for those who wish to pursue a career in Health and Social Care. Our T Level in Health develops the skills and knowledge required for the industry. You will enjoy industry experience in carefully selected placements and study units covering different aspects within this field.
- Course Information
This course develops the skills and knowledge required for those who wish to pursue a career in Health and Social care. You will enjoy industry experience in carefully selected placements and study units covering different aspects within this field. Some of the units studies include: The healthcare sector, Scientific and clinical practice, Providing person-centred care, Health and wellbeing, Infection prevention and control in health specific settings and Safeguarding.
What will I learn?
The T Level qualification is designed to give a unique blend of both classroom and workplace education that you will not find anywhere else. The content of the course is split into a core component, which is standard across all T-Levels, and an occupational specialism in adult nursing. The core component of the T Level Health will support the understanding of the health industry and covers a range of topics including: working within the health & science sector; principles of good scientific & clinical practice; providing person-centred care, supporting health &wellbeing; infection and prevention control; and core science concepts including the structure of cells, tissues and large molecules, genetics, microbiology and immunology. The occupational specialism in adult nursing will allow you to develop the relevant skills in preparation for your career in health. The adult nursing specialism will cover topics specific to supporting the adult nursing team.
Visiting speakers, outstanding health facilities and industry placements
- Entry Requirements
You will need a minimum of 2 GCSEs at Grade 5 (English and Science) and GCSEs 4 and above to include Maths.
- Progression Pathway
After successfully completing this course you will be able to progress onto a degree in courses such as nursing, mental health nursing, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and dietetics. Alternatively, you may choose to progress to a higher level Apprenticeship or find employment within the NHS or social care settings.
- Teaching & Assessment
External assessments, case studies, practical assessments and professional discussions. As part of achieving the overall T Level programme, you are also required to complete a minimum of 315 hours industry placement (approximately 45 days).