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Supporting the Mental Health Team Level 3 (T Level)

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Overview

Supporting the Mental Health Team Level 3 (T Level)

The T level in supporting the Adult Nursing Team equips students with the skills and knowledge required to progress into skilled employment or Higher education routes related to the pathway specialism. Students wishing to pursue a career within Adult Nursing should apply.

Course information

Entry requirements

A minimum of 4 GCSE’s grade 4 or above to include English, Maths and Science.

Other requirements…

An interest in becoming an Adult Nurse, a good work ethic, positive ‘can do’ attitude.

Course content

Core units for year 1:

  • Working within the healthcare sector
  • Health and safety
  • Managing information and data within the health and science sector
  • Good scientific and clinical practice
  • Providing person centred care
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Infection prevention and control in health specific settings
  • Safeguarding
  • Core science concepts covering physics, chemistry, biology, genetics and microbiology
  • Further science concepts covering Anatomy & physiology, Epidemiology, classification of diseases and disorders, Injury and trauma and Health promotion.
  • Core skills to include person centred care skills, communication, team working, reflective evaluation, researching and presenting.

Core units for year 2

Occupational specialism Core – Supporting Healthcare:

  • Assist with an individual’s overall care and needs to ensure comfort and wellbeing
  • Assist registered health professionals with clinical or therapeutic tasks and interventions
  • Undertake a range of physiological measurements

Occupational specialism – Supporting the Adult Nursing Team:

  • Assist the Adult Nursing Team with clinical skills
  • Support individuals to meet activities of daily living
  • Assist with skin integrity assessments and with the care and treatment of skin conditions
Qualifications

NCFE T Level Technical qualification in Health (Level 3)

Industry placement

Industry placement makes up 20% of this qualification and students will be required to complete a minimum of 315 hours in a Health based placement during the 2 year study programme.

Assessment methods

Year 1: 2 paper based examinations and 1 employer set project

Year 2: Variety of synoptic assessments

Further study and career options

Course progression:

Students can progress onto a University degree course in Adult nursing or higher level apprenticeship.

Career progression:

Students can progress onto a career within Adult nursing

Additional information
  • Students will require appropriate trousers and footwear for placement.
  • A placement tunic will be provided by the college.
Available Courses
Tresham College Kettering Campus
Starts: 12/09/2022
Type: Full Time
Length: 1 year
Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time(s): 9:00am - 4:30pm
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Fees: Fee notes: T Level courses are for 16-19 year olds who have completed their GCSEs.
Disclaimer

Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information on the Website is correct, some details may be subject to change. The Bedford College Group reserves the right to make amendments to the courses, dates, fees or other details, and to make cancellations or changes if numbers are insufficient. In the unfortunate situation that we have to cancel a course we will refund your fees in full, but we regret we are not able to offer any refund if you withdraw from your course or fail to start, and you will be liable to pay any outstanding fees that may be due.

T levels explained

T Levels are two-year courses in England that can be studied by 16-18 year olds after finishing their GCSEs.

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Additional Learning Support

If you have a specific learning difficulty or disability, are deaf or hearing impaired, our Additional Learning Support team are on hand to give you assistance whenever you need it.

 

Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome Support

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Additional formats

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