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Diagnostic Radiography with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)

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The Foundation Year option gives you extra time and support to help you build your knowledge, skills and confidence before starting a full degree. It is designed to prepare you for a range of health courses, not one particular BSc degree, so you will study a broad range of subjects to prepare you to continue on to successful BSc level study....

  • Level Foundation
  • Study mode Full Time
  • Location City South
  • School School of Health Sciences
  • Faculty Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences

Overview

Course is Full for 2022/23 Entry

This course is now full for 2022/23. You can apply for 2023/24 via UCAS from September 2022.

If you'd still like to apply for September 2022, take a look at some of our other available courses.

The Foundation Year option gives you extra time and support to help you build your knowledge, skills and confidence before starting a full degree. It is designed to prepare you for a range of health courses, not one particular BSc degree, so you will study a broad range of subjects to prepare you to continue on to successful BSc level study. You'll develop a range of practical and analytical skills that will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career in healthcare.

 Please note: entry requirements for degree course

Upon completion of your Foundation Year, if your chosen course is regulated by a professional body such as the HCPC, you will be required to successfully complete the University’s selection process for the specific programme which will include an interview in order to proceed onto year one of the full degree programme. Entry onto year one of the degree programme will also be subject to a satisfactory DBS and Occupational Health Assessment, and spaces available on the course. 

Tailor your Health Sciences Degree

When you successfully complete your Foundation Year, you may be able to progress onto a range of Undergraduate courses at the School of Health Sciences. These include:

  • BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences
  • BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography
  • BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice
  • BSc (Hons) Therapeutic Radiography
  • BSc (Hons) Speech & Language Therapy

Why choose a foundation year course?

By studying a foundation year in Health Sciences, your first year will be spent learning a wide range of broad subject areas which then open up opportunities for you to specialise further in your next year –  which would be the first year of a full degree programme. 

You will study very broad subjects in your foundation year, which is designed to prepare you for a range of courses and not just one particular BSc degree. 

So although you are studying a BSc in a specific course – BSc Diagnostic Radiography – the foundation year sets you up for a number of other possible degrees starting the following year. It may be that you don’t end up doing a degree in precisely the same subject as your foundation year.

This flexibility is one of the great things about the foundation year category - Health Sciences, allowing you to find out more about your interests and talents before focusing on a three year degree. The foundation year also helps us at BCU to make sure we help to match you to the degree that fits you best.

This course is not open to International students.

Why Choose Us?

  • We are the largest training centre for diagnostic radiography in the  Midlands region
  • Established links with NHS Trusts  with whom we work in partnership
  • We focus on the student, and provide a friendly, supportive environment so all our students get the most out of their time here
  • Employment rates following graduation are consistently above 90% for diagnostic radiography graduates, with approximately two-thirds of qualifying students choosing to take up employment within the region

    Studying with us during the Covid-19 pandemic

    The University has put in place measures in response to Covid-19 to allow us to safely deliver our courses. Should the impact of the pandemic continue in future years, any additional or alternative arrangements put in place by the University will be in accordance with the latest government public health advice, health and safety legislation, and the terms and conditions of the student contract.

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    Next Open Days: Autumn 2022

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    Entry Requirements

    We accept a range of qualifications, the most popular of which are detailed below.

    Essential Requirements

    88 UCAS tariff points from A/AS Level

    Level 2 Qualifications
    UK Qualification Requirements
    GCSE
    • Five subjects at grade C/4 or above
    • Must include Mathematics, English language and Science subjects
    • Level 2 equivalent qualifications (e.g. Functional Skills) are not accepted
    • Must have been achieved at the point of enrolment
    • Preference is given to applicants who have obtained these grades on application
    Irish Leaving Certificate (Ordinary Level)
    • See level 3 entry under Irish Leaving Certificate for full details
    Scottish Intermediate 2
    • Five subjects at grade C or above
    • Must include Mathematics, English language and Science subject
    • Must have been achieved at the point of enrolment
    • Preference is given to applicants who have obtained these grades on application
    Scottish Credit Standard Grade
    • Five subjects at grade 2 or above
    • Must include Mathematics, English language and Science subject
    • Must have been achieved at the point of enrolment
    • Preference is given to applicants who have obtained these grades on application
    Scottish National 5
    • Five subjects at grade C or above
    • Must include Mathematics, English language and Science subject
    • Must have been achieved at the point of enrolment
    • Preference is given to applicants who have obtained these grades on application
    IELTS
    • Applicants who have not received their secondary school education in English will require an overall IELTS score of 7, with no subtest below 6.5
    • If English is studied at GCSE Level but as a second language, IELTs must be completed to qualify for UK L2 requirement
    Plus one of the following Level 3 (and above) Qualifications
    UK Qualification Requirements
    A level and Advanced VCE
    • CCD / 88 UCAS points
    • Including Science subject at A-level or Level 3 equivalent
    • Science subject must be at Grade C
    • Excluding General Studies, Critical Thinking and Extended Project
    • A maximum of 3 subjects are considered. These can be other A-levels or level 3 equivalents.
    Access to HE Diploma
    • Science related pathway or Health and Social Care
    • Pass with 60 credits overall. At least 45 credits at level 3 with 18 credits at merit or distinction (of which 12 must be in a science subject)
    • If applying with an Access course you only need GCSE mathematics and English language at grade C/4 or above. You are not required to hold five GCSEs in total and GCSE science is not required
    • Pearson BTEC National Extended Diploma (2016 – present)
    • Pearson BTEC Extended Diploma (QCF) (2010 - 2016)
    • BTEC Level 3 National Diploma (2002 – 2010)
    • MMM
    • Must be in Health and Social Care or a Science subject
    • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma (2016 – present)
    • Pearson BTEC Diploma (QCF) (2010 – 2016)
    • BTEC Level 3 National Certificate (2002 – 2010)
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with one A-level or an equivalent level 3 qualification
    • Either the BTEC level 3 National Diploma or the accompanying A-level / level 3 equivalent must be in Health and Social Care or a relevant Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    • Pearson BTEC National Foundation Diploma (2016 to present)
    • Pearson BTEC 90-Credit Diploma (QCF) (2010 - 2016)
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with one A-level or an equivalent level 3 qualification
    • Either the BTEC level 3 National Foundation Diploma or the accompanying A-level / level 3 equivalent must be in Health and Social Care or a relevant Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate (2016 – present)
    • Pearson BTEC Subsidiary Diploma (QCF) (2010 - 2016)
    • BTEC Level 3 National Award (2002 - 2010)
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with two A-levels or equivalent level 3 qualification(s)
    • Either the BTEC level 3 National Extended Certificate or one of the accompanying A-levels / level 3 equivalents must be in Health and Social Care or a relevant Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    • NCFE CACHE Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care
    • NCFE CACHE Technical Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care
    • Grade C overall

    International Baccalaureate Diploma

    • Obtain a minimum of 24 points overall with grade 4 or above in at least one Higher Level subject from Group 4 (Biology, Chemistry and Physics)
    • For students who do not already hold a GCSE in Mathematics at Grade C/4 or above, we will accept grade 5 in Maths (Standard Level) from the IB Diploma
    • For students who do not already hold a GCSE in English Language at Grade C/4 or above, we will accept Standard Level English Language (not literature) English A - Grade 4 or above or English B - Grade 5 from the IB

    Irish Leaving Certificate (Highers)

    • Pass the Irish Leaving Certificate with a minimum of 88 tariff points, achieved in five Higher level subjects. This must include Maths and English Language taken at either Ordinary level (minimum grade O1-O4 (or A-C/A1-C3)) or Higher level (minimum grade H1-H7 (or A-D/A1-D3))
    • Must include a Science related subject at Higher level

    OCR Cambridge Technical Extended Diploma

    • MMM
    • Must be in Health and Social Care or Applied Science

    OCR Cambridge Technical Diploma

    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with one A-level or an equivalent level 3 qualification
    • Either the OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Diploma or the accompanying A-level / level 3 equivalent must be a relevant Health and Social Care or Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    • OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Foundation Diploma
      (2016 - present)
    • OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Subsidiary Diploma
      (until-2016)
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with one A-level or an equivalent level 3 qualification
    • Either the OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Foundation Diploma or the accompanying A-level / level 3 equivalent must be in Health and Social Care or a relevant Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    • OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Extended Certificate
      (2016 – present)
    • OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Introductory Diploma
      (until 2016)
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with two A-level or equivalent level 3 qualification(s)
    • Either the OCR level 3 Cambridge Technical Extended Certificate or one of the accompanying A-levels / level 3 equivalents must be in Health and Social Care or a relevant Science subject (e.g. Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Health and Social Care or Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    Open University courses
    • Considered on an individual basis
    • Must be in a Science subject such as SK143 - Topics in Health Sciences, S142 - Topics in Science or SK277 - Human Biology

    Scottish Advanced Higher

    • Achieve a minimum of 88 tariff points achieved in either three Advanced Highers or from a combination of two Advanced Highers plus two Highers.
    • Where three Advanced Highers have been taken achieve a minimum of grades DDD.
    • Where a combination of Highers and Advanced Highers have been taken you must achieve (grades of DD in two Advanced Highers plus grades of DD in two Highers).
    • Must include a Science subject at Higher level or above

    T-Levels

    • 88 UCAS points (Pass [with C or above in the Core] overall)
    • Must be in Science

    Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate - Skills Challenge Certificate (first teaching September 2015)

    • 88 UCAS points (Pass [with C or above in the Core] overall)
    • Must be in Science
    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with two A-level or equivalent level 3 qualification(s)
    • One of the A-level / equivalent qualifications being taken must be a relevant Science subject (e.g Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit

    Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma – Core (awarded until 2016) ESW/KS Combined component

    • 88 UCAS points
    • Considered with two A-level or equivalent level 3 qualification(s)
    • One of the A-level / equivalent qualifications being taken must be a relevant Science subject (e.g Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Science subject must be at Grade C or Merit
    Other qualifications

    If you have a qualification that is not listed in the table please refer to our full entry requirements on UCAS.

    Recent relevant study to GCE A-level standard or above must have been completed within five years of the course intake date the applicant is applying for.

    Further guidance on tariff points can be found on the UCAS website.

    Upon completion of your Foundation Year, you will be required to successfully complete the University’s selection process for the specific programme which will include an interview in order to proceed onto year one of the full degree programme. Entry onto year one of the degree programme will also be subject to a satisfactory DBS and Occupational Health Assessment.

    Fees & How to Apply

    Please select your student status to view fees and apply
    • UK Student
    • International Student

    UK students

    Annual and modular tuition fees shown are applicable to the first year of study. The University reserves the right to increase fees for subsequent years of study in line with increases in inflation (capped at 5%) or to reflect changes in Government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament. View fees for continuing students.

    Award: BSc (Hons)

    Starting: Sep 2022

    • Mode
    • Duration
    • Fees
    • Full Time
    • 1 year foundation followed by 3 year degree
    • £9,250 in 2022/23
    • Applications Closed

    International students

    Sorry, this course is not available to International students.

    Please note, we operate a gathered field for applications to this course, which means that candidates who apply before 26 January will receive a decision on their application by the end of April 2022.

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    Access to computer equipment

    You will require use of a laptop, and most students do prefer to have their own. However, you can borrow a laptop from the university or use one of our shared computer rooms.

    Printing

    You will receive £5 print credit in each year of your course, available after enrolment.

    Field trips

    All essential field trips and associated travel costs will be included in your course fees.

    Access to Microsoft Office 365

    Every student at the University can download a free copy of Microsoft Office 365 to use whilst at university and for 18 months after graduation.

    Key Software

    You will be able to download SPSS and Nvivo to your home computer to support with your studies and research.

    Key subscriptions

    Subscriptions to key journals and websites are available through our library.

    Free access to Rosetta Stone

    All students can sign up to the online learning language platform for free through the Graduate+ scheme.

    DBS check

    You will require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for this course. Your first DBS check is included in your fees.

    Uniform

    You will be provided with four sets of uniform (tunic and trousers). If you need additional sets of uniform, you will need to purchase them.

    Occupational health assessment

    You will need to complete an occupational health assessment. The cost for this is included in your course fee.

    Specialist equipment

    This course requires specialist equipment. A radiography marker, metal ruler and TLDs will be provided.

    Placement expenses (mandatory)

    There may be some costs for travel or temporary accommodation associated with placements. The NHS Learning Support Fund can help with these costs. Information about what the fund covers and eligibility criteria can be found online

    Clothing and safety equipment (mandatory)

    You will need to buy suitable footwear for placement, plus any additional uniform over the initial four sets that are provided.

    Excess printing (optional)

    Once you have spent your £5 credit, additional printing on campus costs from 5p per sheet.

    Books (optional)

    All module key texts will be in the University library, but in limited numbers. You may choose to purchase a copy.

    Memberships (optional)

    You may wish to join the Society of Radiographers.

    Subscriptions (optional)

    You may wish to purchase subscriptions to additional journals and websites.

    Accommodation and living costs

    The cost of accommodation and other living costs are not included within your course fees. More information on the cost of accommodation can be found in our accommodation pages.

    This course is now full for 2022/23. You can apply for 2023/24 via UCAS from September 2022.

    If you'd still like to apply for September 2021, take a look at some of our other available courses.

    Course in Depth

    Foundation Year

    In order to complete this course a student must successfully complete all the following CORE modules (totalling 120 credits).

    Year One

    In order to complete this course, you must successfully complete all the following CORE modules (totalling 120 credits).

    Academic Skills and Knowledge 20 credits

    Principles of Radiation Production and Protection 20 credits

    The Chest, Abdomen and Pelvis 20 credits

    Principles of Conventional Radiography 20 credits

    The Appendicular Skeleton 20 credits

    Introduction to Care and Professional Practice 20 credits

    Clinical Placement in Diagnostic Radiography 1 0 credits

    Year Two

    In order to complete this course, you must successfully complete all the following CORE modules (totalling 120 credits).

    Considerations for Professional Practice 20 credits

    The Axial Skeleton 20 credits

    Radiographic Technologies and Imaging Principles 40 credits

    Systems of the Body 20 credits

    Further Academic Skills and Knowledge - Preparing for Research 20 credits

    Clinical Placement in Diagnostic Radiography 2 0 credits

    Year Three

    In order to complete this course a student must successfully complete all the following CORE modules (totalling 120 credits):

    Advanced Academic Skills and Knowledge – Research 40 credits

    Adaptive Radiography and Advancing Technologies 40 credits

    Preparation for Professional Practice 20 credits

    Critical Thinking in Practice 20 credits

    Clinical Placement in Diagnostic Radiography 3 0 credits

    You have the flexibility to transfer to a standard undergraduate programme from the School of Health Sciences or the School of Nursing and Midwifery upon successfully completing your Foundation Year subject to DBS, Occupational Therapy Assessments and space available on the degree programmes, including:

    • BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences
    • BSc (Hons) Nursing - Adult
    • BSc (Hons) Nursing - Learning Disability
    • BSc (Hons) Nursing - Mental Health
    • BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice
    • BSc (Hons) Therapeutic Radiography
    • BSc (Hons) Speech & Language Therapy

    Course structure for BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography

    There will be delivery of academic modules worth 120 credits during each of the 3 years of the course. In addition to these, there will be a zero-credit clinical module at each level of study that you will also be required to complete. All modules are core, and therefore all content and assessments (both academic and clinical) must be passed to meet the requirements for the award of BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography. Upon successful completion of all academic and clinical modules, you will be eligible to apply for registration with the HCPC as a diagnostic radiographer.

    We utilise a variety of methods within our learning and teaching strategy to encourage reflective and critical thinking. The aim of this is to enable you to become a confident and autonomous learner, with sound academic and clinical knowledge, supporting your employability and skillset for lifelong learning and continuous professional development.

    The year plan is designed to integrate theory and practice using a modular approach with alternating blocks of academic study and clinical practice across all 3 years. Delivery of academic elements of the Diagnostic Radiography course will predominantly be at the university, either in a face-to-face capacity or through online learning platforms, such as the university’s online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Moodle, to deliver a blended approach to learning. Clinical experience is gained through attending an allocated clinical placement rotation and is reinforced within the university environment through the use of our dedicated skills suite and simulation activities. Our onsite radiography suite has capabilities for both DR (Digital Radiography) and CR (Computed Radiography), allowing you to see the evolution of technology and the importance of utilising effective imaging technique. The radiography suite is used throughout all 3 years of the course alongside our PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) and anatomical model resources in order to support your learning of anatomy, physiology, positioning technique and technical factors.

    There will be a variety of learning and teaching activities within the course including seminars, individual or small group tutorials, didactic lectures, and study groups. These will include anatomy, physiology and pathology workshops, simulation of clinical scenarios, debates, group presentations, amongst others.

    Clinical practice

    Throughout the course there will be an integration of clinical practice experience with academic learning, so that you can forge connections between your developing professional knowledge and practical skills as developing diagnostic radiographers. Our approach has been to embed fundamentals of professional knowledge within the first phases of the course so that you can develop a firm foundation in the principles of radiation and imaging, anatomy and physiology, and the provision of an excellent standard of patient care. As you advance through the levels of study, you will explore increasingly complex aspects of radiographic practice and develop your skills in analysing the evidence base that underpin protocols and procedures so that you understand where and how diagnostic radiography fits into a patient’s diagnostic pathway and beyond. During the final stages of the course, you will be encouraged to adopt self-critical and analytical approaches to your developing professional identity and your role as a diagnostic radiographer within the wider multidisciplinary hospital teams.

    Clinical experience is gained through attending clinical placement rotation and is reinforced within the university environment through the use of our dedicated skills suite and simulation activities. Within the first semester of Level 4, you will be required to meet 4 mandatory requirements before you will be permitted to attend placement. These include a clear enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check, agreement from Occupational Health that you are fit to attend placement, as well as mandatory training in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Patient Movement and Handling. You will be required to renew your mandatory training in each academic year to maintain and develop your skills in these areas. You must also make us aware if there are any changes to your DBS at any point during the course, or if any changes to your physical or mental health impact on your fitness to practice. More information on this is available in the Course Handbook and Student Clinical Handbook.

    Accreditation or professional associations

    This Course is approved by the Society and College of Radiographers https://www.sor.org.

    Additional support

    If you are dyslexic, have a specific learning difference or a disability, we have a Disability Tutor who can help and support you. 

    More on our disability tutor >>

    We offer extra technical and learning support.

    Employability

    Enhancing employability skills

    You will be gaining a professional qualification that will enable you to gain employment within the wider NHS. The clinical skills you gain will support your developing competence and enable you to undertake the role of a qualified therapeutic radiographer. You will gain competence in the safe and effective operation of cutting edge medical technologies and develop autonomous practice skills including decision making and care provision.

    Your qualification will enable you to seek professional registration with the Health and Care Professions Council and membership with the Society of Radiographers.

    You will receive opportunities to develop your employability skills whilst a student. This includes development of your ability to mentor others, practice your interview skills and job application writing skills. 

    Placements

    You will spend at least 50% of your time undertaking hospital-based clinical placement learning. You will gain experience at more than one placement site, and will provide imaging services and patient care demonstrating a wide variety of clinical expertise. Students will engage with the latest imaging equipment and techniques and will gain experiences of professional groups in the wider multidisciplinary care teams.

    More about our placement opportunities

    OpportUNIty

    OpportUNIty Student Ambassador

    OpportUNIty: Student Jobs on Campus ensures that our students are given a first opportunity to fill many part-time temporary positions within the University. This allows you to work while you study with us, fitting the job around your course commitments. By taking part in the scheme, you will gain valuable experiences and employability skills, enhancing your prospects in the job market.

    It will also allow you to become more involved in University life by delivering, leading and supporting many aspects of the learning experience, from administration to research and mentoring roles.

    Facilities & Staff

    Facilities

    Students studying within the Department of Radiography have accessing to the following dedicated specialists teaching resources:

    • Anatomical Models Lab
    • VERT Suite
    • PACS review room
    • PACS reporting room
    • Diagnostic Digital Radiography imaging suite (‘X-Ray room’)
    • Ultrasound simulator and ultrasound scanner

    We are constantly investing in our estate and are currently in the process of spending £260 million on new learning facilities.

    We boast up-to-date, innovative facilities that simulate the real situations that medical staff may come across.

    These resources are essential in offering students a hands-on introduction to health and social care practice. Much of our teaching is carried out within our state-of-the-art, £30m Seacole Building, which houses cutting-edge learning facilities.

    Take a virtual tour of our skills suites at Seacole

    In a sector where new techniques are constantly being discovered, we work hard to ensure that students learn using the most up-to-date equipment available. These include the only mock operating theatre in an English university and a cutting-edge radiography virtual clinical training facility, virtual ward and virtual case creator.

    Radiography Skills Suite

    Our purpose-built Radiography Skills Suite allows you to improve your skills through simulation in a safe and protected environment, and includes:

    • Dedicated PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) suite;
    • Dedicated Xograph X-ray imaging suite (CR and DR);
    • Fully functioning Mobile X-ray and Image Intensifier units, for use in our on-site Ward and Theatre simulation workshops.
    • Oncentra Masterplan Radiotherapy Planning system;
    • Ultrasim Ultrasound machine;

    X Ray room/PACS Room

    This is a real, working X-ray room, where students can practice taking x-rays and also to digitise them to view on the PACS system. We also have a fully functioning Mobile X-ray and Image Intensifier units, for use in our on-site Ward and Theatre simulation workshops. We use a portable camera system that can record and stream video to any other classroom on the campus so we can simulate scenarios with our students.

    Simulation Mannequins

    We have several Simulation men (SIM men) and Simulation babies (SIM babies) which are leading edge, anatomically correct mannequins used for teaching specific techniques such as advanced adult and paediatric life support skills, acute and high dependency clinical skills, first aid and communication skills.

    Computer Facilities

    The Seacole building houses a large open access IT Suite which comprises of 96 PCs, full colour printers, photocopiers and scanners. Our PCs utilise the latest Intel i5 core technology, all with:

    • Fast (unrestricted) internet connectivity
    • Ability to save files to USB, DVD & CD
    • Microsoft Office software
    • Research and statistical software
    • Storage space which can be accessed from any PC across the University and from home

    Our PCs are also designed to support students who may have difficulties with reading and writing, featuring specialised software with zooming/magnification and screen reading capabilities, which may also be customised for individual student needs.

    The IT Suite offers extended opening hours and is supported by a specialist Open Access Assistant during term time. In addition to the open access PCs within the IT Suite, there are 12 networked student PCs available within Seacole library.

    Our staff

    Mark Hetherington

    Course Leader HELS Foundation Year / Professional Navigator / Senior Lecturer

    Mark joined the Professional Development Department (PDD) in 2018 as a Professional Navigator and as a Academic Skills tutor. During this time he has been involved in the development and running of the Faculty of Health Education and Life Sciences Foundation Year as both a course leader and module leader. At current there are two iterations of the...

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