The core element of a T Level in Healthwill boost your knowledge in a rangeof topics such as the principles of goodscientific and clinical practice, as well asfundamental scientific concepts; not to mention your understanding of standard operating procedures, management of equipment and work areas, stock control and storage, and the importance of quality standards, health and safety. And as health is one of the fastest growing industry sectors, you’ll have a chance to make a huge difference to other people’s lives and society as a whole.
You’ll then choose a specialism designed to support your interests, so you can get deeper into your chosen subject and build up the skills you need for your future job. You can choose from specialist modules including supporting either Adult Nursing, Midwifery, Therapy, the Care of Children and Young People, or Mental Health.
Then you’ll be able to put everything you learn into practice, with a substantial industry placement of around 45 days. Giving you an amazing opportunity to work with an employer while you study, in a hospital or other healthcare setting, and gain invaluable experience as well as key skills that employers are looking for.
Following a T Level, you could progress straight into a skilled profession or continue your studies with a degree or higher apprenticeship. Career options might include working in a Midwifery team or as an Ambulance Support Worker,
To discover more about the T Level in Health, pre-register for our next open event where you can speak to our teaching team who will support you in your next steps.
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