Access to HE- is it for me?

Course Code: HP3HN1019Y

Programme: Course

Wensum Lodge
169 King Street


Start Date: 28/08/2019
End Date: 28/08/2019
Day of first lesson: Wednesday
Total length of course: 3 Hours
Start time of first lesson: 10:00

Directions to venue

From the City Centre, near the Castle, turn along Rouen Road and turn left into King Street. From the Norwich City Football Club ground, heading away from the ground/retail parks, take the first turning on your right immediately after the river bridge, then turn right again into King Street.

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If you have any special access requirements, please check the venue information and tell us before you enrol so that we can make sure the venue is suitable.

If you require this information in large print, audio, Braille, alternative format or in a different language, please contact us and we will do our best to help.

How to contact us: Telephone: 0344 800 8020, Textphone: 0344 800 8011, fax: 0344 800 8012 or email:

Course Description

An Access to Higher Education - Is it for me?' is a compulsory course for learners hoping to join the full time Access to Higher Education: Health Professions Diploma programme. An Access Diploma is a full level 3 qualification, equivalent to 3 A'levels, which once successfully completed will allow entry to university to study for a degree in many different subjects including: nursing, midwifery, psychology, physiotherapy and social work.

What will I learn?

On completion of this session you will know if this is the right course for you. You will learn how you are assessed on the programme, what is required of you in terms of coursework submissions, how the course is taught and structured and how this can positively impact on your career prospects in the health sector.

Is this course right for me?

You will need to show that you have been successful at level 2 and have achieved GCSE English and maths

What do I need to bring?

For this information session you need to bring certificates of qualifications already achieved, plus a pen and paper.

How much does this course cost?

This course is FREE.

What qualification will I receive?

This is an information session only.

What can I study next?

After attending this session, if you meet the entry requirements, you can progress to the full Access to Higher Education: Health Professions course.

Courses that go well with this course

Ideally you should have GCSE English and maths before joining this course. However, it is possible to do one of these alongside the Access programme as long as you have enough spare time. Working in a healthcare environment also helps with progression once the Access course has been completed.

How to apply


All of the courses that we run and are available for you to apply for are advertised on our website:

The easiest route for you to apply for a course is online. If this is your first time applying then you need to set up an account, otherwise you can simply log in using your email address or learner reference number and your password.

For Leisurestream and Community Learning courses you can enrol yourself directly onto the course and make your payment using a debit or credit card.

For our English and maths courses you can enrol yourself online onto the course and no payment is required as these are generally free. Once you have enrolled onto the course the tutor will be in touch with you to discuss the course and to give you the joining instructions.

For qualification courses you can apply online and we will invite you to attend a pre-course information session. At this session one of our tutors will discuss the course with you and make sure that it is exactly what you are expecting and make sure that you will get the outcome you want.

By Phone

You can call us on 0344 800 8020 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm where one of our Customer Service Advisors will be able to help you to enrol or apply for your course. We have a dedicated phone number with specially trained staff if you want to apply for an English or maths course so to apply please call us on 01603 306530.

Where can I get additional support?

Financial support is not available for learners attending Community Learning Courses We may be able to assist you with:
further advice or guidance about courses or career opportunities
specific learning, access or disability needs that might affect your learning

To speak to a member of our Learner Services Team with regards to any of the above