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Candidates who have no formal degree level qualification but can demonstrate substantive professional experience and suitable CPD outcomes.
Applications for non-standard entry will be assessed by the Programme Team and will be based on the following criteria:
Evidence of appropriate work experience and supporting CPD activity which maps against the SCQF level descriptors for level 9;
A statement of what the applicant has learnt from the above activity, showing how the learning has been at the equivalent of SCQF level 9;
Supporting statement from your employer.
It may be appropriate for applicants without academic qualifications to be admitted initially as an associate learner. Should they be successful in their first module as an associate learner, they may
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Standard entry: Graduate Diploma Integrated Community Nursing: All applicants must be Registered Nurses (Part 1- adult, mental health or learning disabilities) with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC). A degree is not required. Normally be employed as a Band 5 nurse (Level 5 of the NES Career Framework for Health), working within a community or primary care context. Have access to a Clinical Guide to support their learning and development.
Non-standard entry: Graduate Diploma Integrated Community Nursing: In line with the university policy of seeking to offer opportunities to candidates regardless of their personal background and level of educational attainment.
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