For course information call 020 8090 3020 www.barkingdagenhamcollege.ac.uk47Access Courses - for mature learners aged 19 or overHealth, Social Care and ChildcareIf you are looking to enter Higher Education but are concerned about not having the right qualifications, an Access course will bring your study skills up to the required level. These courses are for mature learners aged 19 and over and are recognised by most universities.Venue KeyRG Rush GreenWe also offer an Access to IT course - see page 52.Course TitleStudy ModeDay/EveDurationVenuePre-Access course Level 2 for Progression to AccessFull-timeDay1 yearRGAccess to Health Studies, Nursing & Midwifery Level 3Full-timeDay1 yearRGAccess to Humanities & Social Sciences Level 3Full-timeDay1 yearRGAccess to Science Level 3Full-timeDay1 yearRGAccess to Social Work Level 3Full-timeDay1 yearRGAccess to Teaching Level 3Full-timeDay1 yearRG"Barking & Dagenham College gave me the solid foundation I needed to succeed. I'll never forget you."Ex learner Gifty Arthur is full of praise for her time with us, proving that Access courses really can open up great career opportunities. After completing her Access to Health Studies, Nursing & Midwifery course with us in 2006, Gifty has just graduated with a 2:1 degree from Anglia Ruskin University, and is a qualified mental health nurse too. All that hard work has really paid off as Gifty has just secured her dream job in an acute ward at a large Essex hospital. We wish her all the best in her new career.
For course information call 020 8090 3020 www.barkingdagenhamcollege.ac.uk48Hospitality, Sport, Leisure and Public ServicesHospitality, Sport, Leisure and Public ServicesIn an industry that employs millions of people throughout the UK employment prospects are good - especially as we prepare to host the 2012 Olympic Games. If you are interested in the food, catering and hospitality industries, sport and leisure, the uniformed services or other public sector roles, you'll find a course on the following pages.East meets West: learners on our BTEC National Diploma in Travel & Tourism course at the meeting point of the Eastern and Western hemispheres at the Royal Observatory. Their visit to Greenwich also took in the National Maritime Museum where they learnt about customer service strategy at this internationally renowned visitor attraction.