The aim of this top-up programme is to give existing paramedic practitioners the opportunity to widen their academic portfolios, as well as build upon clinical knowledge through the integration of theory and practice. The course is designed to integrate in-depth clinical knowledge with core skills, such as management and leadership. It aims to enable the Paramedic to lead and develop out-of-hospital care, and to be able to critically appraise their own and others’ practice.
The BSc (Hons) Enhanced Paramedic Practice has been designed not only to develop individuals, but to influence the NHS service as a whole.
Part-time: Two to five years.
BSc (Hons) - Post-registration
Preston (Campus code: U)
The programme is made up of 5 core modules which accrue a total of 120 credits at Level 6. The programme is designed to offer a two or three year part-time pathway, however these options are not prescriptive and some flexibility is available for students with up to a maximum of 5 years in which to complete the programme. Students choosing to adopt an alternative pathway would need to speak with the course leader to discuss the practicality of their proposed plan of study.
Modules (pathway is tailored to the individual)
Option module (20 credits) including:
More information about programme specifications and module information is available in the course handbook.
Fees for international students
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This course will involve you working with vulnerable groups of individuals, including children. In order to ensure that the University offers places on their programmes to suitable candidates you will all be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB). We will be able to guide you through this process once you have been offered a conditional place of study at the University of Central Lancashire.
It is important to note that should your Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check prove to be unsatisfactory for the purpose of the course you have applied to, your offer of a place for that course may be withdrawn. If you have already enrolled on a course and your DBS check subsequently discloses a criminal conviction, you may be required to withdraw from the course even if you have already started. If you are aware that your DBS check will disclose a previous conviction, please contact the course leader for advice as not all convictions may preclude you from continuing with the course.
This course is based in the School of Sport and Health Sciences
For detailed information about studying this course at UCLan, please see the course handbook for your year of entry:
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For information on possible changes to course information, see our Essential and Important Course Information.
*Tuition Fees are per year unless otherwise stated.
For 2019/20 fees please refer to our fees page.
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For changes to 2017 UCAS tariff entry requirements please see our Essential and Important Course Information. UCLan requires all undergraduate applicants to have a minimum attainment of five GCSEs at grade C and above, or equivalent, (including Maths and English). In 2017 and beyond we will view the new Grade 4 as being equivalent to a C grade and will therefore require students to achieve GCSE Grade 4 or above. However, if the subject is relevant to our degree programme and requires a higher GCSE grade (e.g. GCSE B grade), and/or includes a Professional body that governs the entry requirements, Grade 5 or above may be required.