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HNC HEALTH CARE - FULL TIME Who is this course aimed at? This advanced course is designed to give learners a broad range of skills to begin their development as a health care professional ie registered nurse and other health care practitioners. This course is equivalent to the first year of the Adult and Mental Health nursing degree programmes. How and where will I study? Full-time at College with e-learning opportunities. What will I study on this course? Students will develop practical care skills working alongside members of a health care team during a substantial placement. Students will study a variety of health related subjects such as Biology, Sociology, Psychology, Health Policy and Care Principles which will be invaluable to their progression in health care. Students will gain practical nursing skills at the University of Abertay, Dundee. Job and progression routes? Successful completion of the Group Award may enable you to enter second year of the degree programmes in Adult and Mental Health nursing at the Univeristy of Abertay, Dundee or Robert Gordon University. Requirement Completion of NC Health Care or NC Social Care at Higher or applicants who have relevant health care experience. Entry is subject to a selection process which consists of two interviews, one satisfactory reference and a demonstration of written communication skills. All successful candidates will require to undergo a Disclosure Scotland check prior to placement. School Leavers should have achievements at Higher level. Adult Returners should be able to demonstrate the potential to work at this advanced level. All candidates will be required to undertake a health check.

HNC HEALTH CARE - FULL TIME Who is this course aimed at? This advanced course is designed to give learners a broad range of skills to begin their development as a health care professional ie registered nurse and other health care practitioners. This course is equivalent to the first year of the Adult and Mental Health nursing degree programmes. How and where will I study? Full-time at College...

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