Qualification: Access to Higher Education Diploma (Allied Health Professions)
You can apply to universities for a Midwifery degree course leading to a career as a Midwife.
The qualification specialises in subjects best suited to Midwifery but you should also consider that this Access Diploma covers Nursing and Health Professions. This means that a far wider range of career opportunities are actually open to you. All the areas below relate to the Access Diploma in Nursing, Midwifery & Health Professions:
- Biomedical Science
- Allied Health Professions
Acquiring the knowledge and skills to become a professional involves training and study at degree level but there is a range of vital support roles that require no set academic qualifications for which an Access Diploma is an ideal way to maximise your job prospects.
What do you study?
The Access HE Diploma courses are comprised of specific pathways which are relevant to the degree you are aiming for. Each Subject is split into a number of topics that include Self-Assessment Questions (SAQ's) and activities. Each unit is assessed by the completion of the Tutor Assessed Questions (TAQ's) which form a formal assessment. Because many universities want to see evidence of examination style assessments DLC offer an examination either via Skype or at our offices in each of the major subject sets you will take as part of the diploma.
Who are Access Courses for?
Access Courses are designed for people who would like to study at university but who left school without the usual qualifications, such as 'A' levels or GCSEs. They are also useful for changing career, entering employment supporting professionals and accessing work-based training.
Entry requirements - there are no specific entry requirements. We recommend you contact your preferred university to ask about their particular entry requirements before you start, so we can advise on the best pathway for you. We also provide Progression Awards to add to your Access Diploma.