Welcome friends of our ATTFE College newsletter. In this month’s newsletter you can find information about our 'Access to Higher Education in Health Professions' course, course opportunities for your first steps into a new career, job vacancies, as well as information on how to contact our Employability Manager for employment support. To support your wellbeing, we have a new activity provided by our tutor Ken Mead. Also theres exciting information about the Sherwood Observatory.
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Access to Higher Education in Health Professions
The access course is a year-long course, studying 3 days a week.The course is taught with a mixture of classes and self-directed study. There are a variety of assignment styles, some essay based and some practical.
It is a portfolio-built course, so no exams! When you’ve completed each unit, you are awarded either a pass, merit or distinction grade, which you earn UCAS points.
Some FREE courses at ATTFE College include; reading, writing and basic maths.
You may not have to pay for tuition if you are under 24 and studying for your first qualification equivalent to GCSE or A level.
If you are planning to study at Level 3 to 6, you can apply for apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees. The loan is easy to apply for, doesn’t involve a credit check and you don’t have to pay it back until you’ve finished your course and you are earning over £26,575 a year.
If you want to apply for a loan to study at ATTFE then simply contact: