Below is a list of the Access currently offered by the college:
About the course:
Access to nursing is a recognised qualification that allow student that does not hold traditional level 3 qualifications to apply for a nursing degree to university.
The Nursing Diploma is a one-year programme suitable for those students wishing to pursue a career in nursing or related professions but do not hold a level 3 qualifications or those that took a break in learning and now decides to return back to full-time education with the aim of becoming a nurse.
Who is the Access to HE Diploma for?
What are the entry requirements?
Universities require learners to have GCSEs/Functional Skills Mathematics and English at a level 2 to progress onto a degree in nursing and Croydon SAM can help you obtain these alongside your Access Course. If you need to achieve either your Functional Skills Mathematics or English qualifications, we will enroll you onto those when you join the Access Course and you will study for those courses as well as your chosen Access course.
There are no standard entry qualifications for Access courses: in order to succeed due to the intensive study nature of the course, learners must have good English and Mathematics skills, you must be fully committed to hard work as well as maintaining full attendance (100%) throughout the course
All applicants will be required to take an English and Mathematics initial assessment to assess your suitability for the course, regardless of previous qualifications. You must achieve a Level 2 in English and at least a Level 1 in Mathematics to be accepted on this course.
If successful, applicants will then be invited for an interview to ensure that the course is the right choice for them. If you are not quite ready for the Access course, we may offer you another course that will prepare you for the Access to Nursing course.
Qualification: Level 3 Access to Nursing
Start Date: 14/09/ 21
Course Mode: Full time
Your development and progress during the course will be assessed on a regular basis both informally and formally. You will receive regular feedback from your tutors about your progress.
The assessment procedures vary from module to module and so will depend on what you are studying; there will be some set essays, coursework projects, presentation and tests throughout the course. All of the modules use continuous assessment processes, which means that there is no dependence on final examinations (except for Functional skills Mathematics and English.)
On completion of this course, you may progress to a degree programme in nursing.
Course Costs: The course fee is £2,500.00.
Are there any additional costs?
There may be additional fees to cover the cost of textbooks and any other resourced that may be required during your time on the course.