People interested in starting or developing their career in nursing, midwifery, health or social care are invited to an open day at University of Wolverhampton.
There will be information about a range of courses on Wednesday, 18 January 2012 at the Queen’s Hospital, Burton upon Trent. Staff will be available in the School of Health and Wellbeing from 2pm to 6pm to discuss subject areas.
There will be information about a range of courses, including undergraduate degrees in the four fields of nursing; midwifery; and health and social care.
Staff will be on hand to discuss which courses meet individual needs and will be able to advise how prior qualifications and experience can be used to gain entry to an appropriate course of study. There will also be students available to talk about their experiences.
Ann Philp, Head of Recruitment, said: “A career in the health profession, such as becoming a nurse or midwife, is hugely rewarding, and the opportunities both in the UK and abroad are endless. We have many different courses and our committed staff and friendly students are always happy to guide you in your career choice.”
For further information, contact the School of Health and Wellbeing on 01283 566333 ext 2200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To pre-register for the Open Day or for further details visit www.wlv.ac.uk/shaw.
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