This is a cross conversion course for qualified nurses wanting to undertake training for a different pathway of nursing, e.g. convert from a Adult Nurse to an Children's and Young People's Nurse. 98% of students studying a Adult Nursing course are working or studying within six month after finishing their studies (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education, 2018).
Acceptance on to the programme depends on a number of factors, for example: initial field of registration, a 2:2 honours degree or equivalent in Nursing, the date of the applicantâs original registration and the availability of adequate resources to enable the applicant to join the programme with advanced standing e.g. vacancies within programmes, or placements.
The duration of the course will depend on your previous qualifications and experiences. The average time for a programme leading to a second registration is normally 18 months. Successful completion of the course will lead to a qualification in BSc (Hons) Childrenâs and Young Peopleâs Nursing.
The content of the units you will undertake will be dependent on your existing qualifications. Once you have applied for the course our team will discuss with you which units you will need to undertake to achieve this qualification.
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It was fine. The academics were the best part, and the archaeology department is excellent, all the staff are really friendly and they all know you by name cause the course is so small. The uni itself is not the best but definitely not the worst I've seen, and SUBU is pretty good. Accommodation is quite bad, but the quality of the housing is fine, there's just not enough of it. Student houses are usually awful, but there are some good ones around.
My overall uni experience has been pretty fine with Bournemouth.
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