The course covers 30 subjects, taught as modules. 2 or more modules may be taught at the same time. All exams will test modules seperately, apart from EOY finals which are comprehensive.
The study of structure and use of the english language as related to the IELTS Exam.
The structure of living organisms, including the organization of cells, tissues, and organs, and the relationships between different parts of the body.
How living organisms function, including the processes that maintain life, such as respiration, circulation, and metabolism, as well as the body's responses to stimuli and the regulation of homeostasis.
The nutrients required for health and how they are obtained and used by the body. Including the biochemical processes involved in metabolism and the effects of different types of food on the body.
The chemical processes that occur in living organisms, including the structure and function of biomolecules such as proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids, and the regulation of metabolic pathways.
The principles and core practices of nursing, including patient care, patient communication, and teamwork within a healthcare setting.
The scientific study of the mind and behavior, including the underlying mental processes and the ways in which they influence behavior.
The study of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Including their behavior, and interactions with other organisms, as well as their roles in health and disease.
Workplace Computer Skills
The practical skills needed to use computers effectively in a professional setting. This includes skills such as word processing, spreadsheet creation, and data analysis, as well as knowledge of relevant software and hardware within a healthcare setting.