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90% of students who engaged in the programme successfully gained a place studying Physiotherapy, Sports Rehabilitation or a health based degree in 2022.
The Pre-Physiotherapy Programme is aimed specifically at students hoping to pursue a career as a Physiotherapist. Students must be studying A Level Biology or A Level PE, or the Extended Diploma in Sport (however A Level is preferred). Across the 2 years this enrichment will provide support, advice and opportunities to allow students to understand the job role more in depth and gain knowledge and work experience to enhance their university application. Further to this, across the two years students will also gain additional qualifications which complement the role of Physiotherapist and increase the potential of successful applications.
One lunchtime every 3 weeks.
You will gain accredited qualifications and work experience opportunities.
This enrichment is free. However, there are supplementary costs for any additional qualifications you would like to take, e.g. a first aid qualification is £25 and rock tape is £20. Your own transport is also required to make your way to and from work experience placements.
Hollie Rhodes, firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also find out more on the @wykecollegepesport Instagram page.
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