Access to Higher Education Diploma (Health Science Professions)
This course is for learners who wish to go to university to study Midwifery to become a registered midwife.
Universities typically require you to have an Access to HE Diploma in addition to GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above (or Grade 4 or above with the new grading system). Some universities will accept Functional Skills Level 2 English and Mathematics in lieu of GCSEs, but you should check with the university before enrolling.
Our online Access to Higher Education course allows you to take control of your own learning without having to attend lectures and tutorials at set times. Work through our interactive courses at your own pace and if you need help you can contact your personal tutor and they will be able to support you with a telephone or videoconference tutorial. All our tutors are all fully qualified and experienced teachers and subject specialists in the topics you will be studying.
For further information about Careers in Midwifery click here.
We also provide support with UCAS applications including an academic reference.
Biology units on this course (Graded)
Units on this course (Ungraded)
This gives you an opportunity to shine when you are invited for an interview at the university. You...
This can be awarded against a level 3 essay. In essay preparation, you will be expected to research...
There are many diseases and consequently many causes of diseases. Identifying the prevalence of...
Information Literacy Skills help learners to understand the range and quality of available resources...
Health units on this course (Graded)
There are a range of physiological disorders identified here in this unit. You will be made aware of...
This unit relates to communication between health care professionals and clients. Here you will be...
Biology units on this course (Graded)
This unit looks at homeostasis and the kidney as a homeostatic organ. You will be researching the
(cannot combine with: Cell Differentiation and Tissues; DNA and Protein Synthesis; Human circulation
This introduces the basic structure and function of the nervous system including the peripheral
The skeletal system is the primary focus of attention in this unit where you will be given the
This unit covers the structure and function of the male and female reproductive system. There is a
This addresses the understanding of genetic inheritance including simple Mendelian crosses where you
Here you will be given the opportunity to explore the components and function of a balanced diet
The main theme in this unit is to develop an understanding of the hormone system and the endocrine
The topical area for this unit considers the nature of a range of non-infectious diseases including
|Our Access to HE diplomas offer:||No need to pay for extras or upgrades - it is ALL included!|
|Self-paced online learning with 1:1 tutor support||✓||✓|
|Access your course materials immediately||✓||✓|
|Study anywhere - anytime||✓||✓|
|Face to face tutorials on demand, scheduled when you need them||✓||✓|
|One-to-one tutor support via state of the art video conference suite, email or by phone||✓||✓|
|Study around your work and home life commitments||✓||✓|
|Work at your own pace and complete within 8-12 months||✓||✓|
|Tailored individual learning plan to achieve success||✓||✓|
|Benefit from subject specialist tutors||✓||✓|
|Access to our online material written and developed by leading professionals in the industry||✓||✓|
|Interact with your tutor via our easy to use messaging service||✓||✓|
|Network with like-minded students via student messaging group||✓||✓|
|Access to your course 24/7||✓||✓|
|Tailor the course to fit your needs*||✓||✓|
|UCAS Application support to help with your personal statement||✓||✓|
|UCAS final check before submission||✓||✓|
*Some university courses will want to see specific units - plan what is required and we will mix and match key units