The University of Wolverhampton has a long established history of delivering Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) validated nursing courses at pre and post registration, undergraduate, and postgraduate level. This Apprenticeship has been specifically designed and delivered in line with NMC standards of education and proficiency (2018), to meet professional regulatory body requirements.
This work-based innovative Apprenticeship programme provides an opportunity for you to develop professionally and academically in order to graduate as a competent nursing associate able to register with the NMC and work at Agenda for Change Band 4 / equivalent on qualification. The course aims to develop compassionate, caring, competent and confident nursing associates who can deliver evidence-based practice, and develop academic skills within a two year Foundation Degree.
You will develop generic knowledge, skills and professional behaviours to work across a variety of health and social care settings as a valued member of the nursing family, under the direction of a registered nurse (RN).Once qualified as a Nursing Associate, you will have the underpinning knowledge, clinical skills and evidence base to competently deliver person-centred holistic care, promote health and work as part of a multi professional team across a variety of settings.