- United Kingdom, GB
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I have gained the required qualifications for the Bradford University Health , Wellbeing and Social Care Course while studying in Jordan. I have gained seven GCSE’s including Maths and English level two, Science equivalent to GCSE grad c and a 3 years college Diploma course in Nursing and Midwifery which was taught in English, included Biology, and is equivalent to NVQ Level 3 as confirmed by UK Naric. The Diploma was a three year programme included one year common foundation programme. The second and third years focused on the midwifery. The practice worked both in community and hospital environments and required a high level of communication skills, with many diverse backgrounds and cultures. Since moving to England (I have challenged myself to gain UK higher qualifications). I have undertaken additional qualifications in literacy level 2, Numeracy GCSE and a Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care with the University of Bradford with the intention of pursuing a career in Nursing. I enjoyed my course as in (FDHSC) as I have developed new skills including: communication, planning and time management, teamwork and working on my own initiative. I believe that this foundation degree has better prepared me for higher study at degree level. I enjoyed my work placement in health and social care as it developed my skill with different ages of people from childhood ,through to the elderly ( vulnerable people) after having CRB checked.