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The Pre-Health Programme is designed specifically for any student who wishes to pursue a career in healthcare. Either nursing, midwifery or other allied health professions.
Students should be studying Health & Social Care, T-Level Health, PE or a science-based subject. We will be working closely with the NHS and CHCP for help, advice and experience to enhance students' university applications.
During the second year of the programme, students will be divided into specialist routes, Pre-Nursing/Midwifery and Pre-Allied Health Professionals. The programme will also offer a range of opportunities including preparation for numeracy and literacy entrance tests, mock interviews and university visits. There will also be an opportunity to explore alternative routes into healthcare e.g. degree apprenticeships.
These sessions will be split into two lunch times per half term.
The programme will also offer a range of opportunities including preparation for numeracy and literacy entrance tests, mock interviews and university visits. There will also be an opportunity to explore alternative routes into healthcare e.g. degree apprenticeships.
This enrichment is free.
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