Nursing | Bachelor's degree | Health & Well-Being | On Campus | 2 years 9 months | Bangor University | United Kingdom
This part-time program commissioned by the Welsh Government is an exciting career development opportunity for Healthcare Support Workers (HCSWs) employed within NHS Wales. This program enables eligible candidates to develop their careers to become both registered nurses and gain a degree through part time study. HCSWs employed by BCUHB can undertake the program on a seconded basis. Furthermore, this opportunity is also available to HCSWs who work within GP practices, where the GP and Local Health Board have agreed to support the staff member to undertake the program. (Contractual agreements must be negotiated locally in this instance).
The program runs over two years and 9 months on a part time basis. Students undertake the program for 23 hours per week and spend the remainder of their weekly contracted hours working as a HCSW in their substantive employment. For example if full time, individuals undertaking the program will become student nurses for 23 hours per week and work the remaining 14.5 hours in their usual HCSW role.
The taught elements of this course will be delivered at University campuses in Bangor and/or Wrexham. Clinical practice placements will be arranged across BCUHB.
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