Assistant Pracitioner (Immediate Critical and Peri-Operative Care) FdSc

Buckinghamshire New University

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Part-time | University Campus Aylesbury Vale | 2 Years | SEP-20
  • Part-time | University Campus Aylesbury Vale | 2 Years | SEP-20
  • Part-time | Uxbridge Campus | 2 Years | SEP-20

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Becoming an Assistant Practitioner means you have skills and experience in a particular area of clinical practice. Although you will not be a registered practitioner, you will have advanced skills and opportunities to continue your training.Students on this course have a varied degree of experience yet share the ambition to provide high quality care.This course attracts students eager for a career in settings such as:- Nursing homes- Residential homes- Voluntary organisations- Day centres- Drop-in centres- Special Schools- GP surgeriesYour skills will help the NHS and independent sector meet demands for high quality care. As an Assistant Practitioner you can choose from a wide range of pathways, relevant to your area of work.**What will this course cover?**This course covers a wide range of areas alongside developing your skills for professional practice, leadership and management.In year one you will cover: biological basis for health, sociology and psychology in context, and effective practice.In year two you will study: role development and governance in practice.Students also choose from the following pathways:- Long Term Care and Caring for the Elderly- Immediate, Critical and Peri- operative Care- Mental Health- Maternity and Newborn- Child Care- Acute Rehabilitation

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About this University

Buckinghamshire New University has been transforming lives for more than 125 years, enjoying a long and successful history since its founding in 1891. It offers employment-focused and skills-based teaching across the creative and cultural industries, management and information management sectors, and the public sector, from its three campuses in High Wycombe, Uxbridge, and Aylesbury.


University Campus Aylesbury Vale

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HP21 7QG