OverviewSupporting the Midwifery Team (T Level)
The T level in supporting the Midwifery 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 Midwifery should apply.
Need to know
- 4 GCSEs grade 9-4 OR equivalent, to include English, maths and Science
An interest in becoming a Midwife, a good work ethic, positive ‘can do’ attitude.
What qualification will I gain?
NCFE T Level Technical qualification in Health (Level 3)
How will I be assessed?
- Year 1: 2 paper based examinations and 1 employer set project
- Year 2: Variety of synoptic assessments
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.
What will I study?
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
- 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 Midwifery Team
- Assist the midwifery team with clinical tasks
- Assist the midwife to provide care for mothers and support to parents at all stages, from antenatal, perinatal and postnatal
- Assist with the care of newborn babies by undertaking observations and measurements
- Students can progress onto a University degree course in Midwifery or higher level apprenticeship.
- Students can progress onto a career within Midwifery
- Students will require appropriate trousers and footwear for placement.
- A placement tunic will be provided by the college.
Students will require appropriate trousers and footwear for placement.
A placement tunic will be provided by the college.
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