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Route: Health and Science
Level: 3
Mode: Full Time
Duration: 2 years

This T Level programme will allow you to learn about the theory, knowledge, and practical skills for the delivery of current healthcare, and to develop innovative tests and treatments for the future. If you are eager to help fight the next pandemic, this programme is perfect for you as you’ll join the heroes in the healthcare or science fields that are making a difference to people’s lives.

After completing this T Level programme, you will be job-ready and be able to go straight into employment.

Future careers and salary expectations include:

  • Healthcare science assistant: £18,005 to £24,157
  • Clinical analyst
  • Phlebotomist: £18,005 to £24,157
  • Patient Liaison Officer: £19,737 to £30,615
  • Medical Lab Science Officer

If you’d prefer to embark on further study instead, you will be able to progress onto a Newham College higher apprenticeship at Level 3 or Level 4 or higher education.

What you will learn?

  • Principles of good scientific and clinical practice, standard operating procedures, management of equipment and work areas, the importance of quality standards, health and safety.
  • Specialism within this field: Assisting with Healthcare Science. This includes physiological measurements, sample collection and sample analysis.
  • You will embark on an extended work placement within a laboratory, hospital or healthcare setting where you will be expected to complete the employer-set project.

Entry requirements

You are required to have a minimum of 5 GCSEs (including Maths) at grades 4 or above. Your placement is also subject to an interview with the Head of School. You’ll also need a Level 2 Transitional programme in Health or Healthcare Science or other Level 2 qualification.

Interested?

T Levels and Transitional courses are coming to Newham College this September.

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