Consisting of equal parts of theory and practical elements, Nursing (Learning Disabilities) is delivered full-time over three years.
Classes range in size from large lectures to smaller tutorial groups, and you'll learn and practice your skills in a safe environment through our excellent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre.
With the changing political and social landscape and the emphasis on health and social care integration, this course will prepare you for the future of healthcare delivery by offering a variety of practice learning opportunities within NHS Assessment and Treatment Units, Community Learning Disabilities Teams and private sector provision.
This will help you develop a values and rights-based approach to nursing, which is the foundation for the delivery of person-centred, safe and effective care.
We aim to help you become competent, knowledgeable and skilled in nursing care, particularly in the area of profound learning and multiple disabilities, positive behavioural support and mental health.
2022 entry requirements
3 Highers at BBC preferably including English or another English based subject and one from Biology, Chemistry, Human Biology, Physical Education or Physics plus English, Maths and Biology at National 5 (if not held at Higher).
Widening access entry:
3 Highers at BCC preferably including English or another English based subject and one from Biology, Chemistry, Human Biology, Physical Education or Physics plus English, Maths and Biology at National 5 (if not held at Higher).
You will be interviewed and should meet NMC requirements of good health and good character.
Nursing and Midwifery