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Bradford College

Health (Adult Nursing): Foundation to T-Level

Qualification Gained
Transition to T-Level in Health (Adult Nursing)
Study Level
School Leavers, Level 2
1 year
Start Date
September 2024
Study Mode
David Hockney Building


Are you looking to progress into a career in Healthcare? Study with us and develop your passion for Adult Nursing with our Transition to T-Level programme. If you’re a School Leaver, aged 16 to 19, this course is your perfect stepping-stone to gaining real-world experience and knowledge needed to work in adult nursing.

This course will be tailored to your needs and offer you the support and guidance that you need to progress onto further T-Level study or work in the healthcare sector. You will understand key concepts such as handling patients and their needs, support and care plans as well as the necessary skills needed for the adult nursing sector.

Please note that a uniform is required for this course, click here to purchase.

  Key Info

This course will prepare you to work in Healthcare, specifically in the field of Adult Nursing, enabling you to gain knowledge of this sector.

This course is a 1 year course and is a 2.5 qualification and is designed to support students in being fully equipped to progress to a full T-Level course.

Upon achievement of this qualification, you will be able to complete the full Health T-Level.

This course will be tailored to you to help and support you in your healthcare journey.

The course will consist of five core components:

– Diagnostic and guidance support – At the start of the programme, individual students’ support needs are assessed and the course is then tailored to those needs.

– English and Maths – If students do not hold a grade 4 GCSE in both Maths and English, this course will aid those students to obtain the required grades.

– Work experience preparation – Students will be mentored to develop the behaviors, skills and confidence needed to complete the industry placement.

– Introductory technical skills – Through these technical skills, students will be able to prepare and understand the route that they wish to choose towards T-Levels.

– Pastoral support and personal development – Students are supported in all aspects of their health, as well as building up key personal skills such as resilience and motivation.

This course is for School Leavers, aged 16 to 19. If you do not have a grade 4 GCSE in either Maths or English, this course will help you to obtain the grades required for further T-Level study.

This course will make sure that you are equipped with all the necessary technical skills, experience and attitudes to work in the healthcare sector. Your mentor will assess you throughout the course to make sure that you will successfully progress from this course onto further T-Level study or into work.

You will have the opportunity to complete a 6 week work placement that is tailored to your chosen T-Level route. As part of this course, you are prepared with the skills and support to gain work experience in hospitals, care environments and other health-based environments.

Successful completion of this course means that you will have gained the necessary experience and skills needed to progress onto further T-Level study on your chosen route.

Please note that a uniform is required for this course, click here to purchase.

If you are 16 to 19 years old you won't have to pay tuition fees.

This is representative of the most common fees scenario, but actual fees can vary depending on a number of factors. Please contact us if you need more guidance.

If you have any questions or require any additional information, please contact [email protected]

Disclaimer: Our prospectus, college documents and website are simply here to offer a guide. We accept no liability for any inaccurate statements and are not responsible for any negative outcomes if you rely on an inaccurate statement. We reserve the right to withdraw any programmes or service at any time.

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This course is delivered in partnership with
Bradford Teaching Hospitals
Sandale Community Development Trust