Start Date9 Sep 2021
Fees must be paid at the time of enrolment, or arrangements should be put in place to pay by instalments. The full fee includes tuition, registration and examination fees (where relevant). Depending on your circumstances you may be entitled to a reduced (concessionary) fee. Reduced fees are applied to the cost of tuition only. Failure to enrol before the Awarding Body deadline may result in you incurring a late fee.
Course: Ulster University Foundation Degree in Responding to Alcohol and Drug Use (Yr 1 of 3) Ref D044Campus: Strand RoadType: Part TimeStart Date: 09/09/2021
- Site location Strand Road
- The Impact of Substance Use on Health (20 Credits)
- Recognition of Alcohol and Drug Misuse (20 credits)
- Legal and Ethical issues in Substance Misuse (20 credits)
- Screening, Assessment and Support Planning (20 credits)
UK RequirementsApplicants must satisfy the University’s general entry requirements as set out in the prospectus or demonstrate their ability to undertake the course through the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL). The initial offer standard may vary from year to year. APEL / APL applications should be submitted by end of May in the year of application prior to admission to the course. To satisfy the minimum General Entry Requirements applicants must: (a) provide evidence of competence in written and spoken English (GCSE grade C or equivalent); and (b) have attained passes in four different subjects, of which one should be at GCE Advanced (A) level and three at GCSE level (grades A, B or C) or an equivalent standard in an approved alternative qualification.UCAS Tariff – 16 points. Applicants must also provide satisfactory ACCESSNI Enhanced Disclosure at commencement of the course.In the event of the course being oversubscribed, interviews may be used for the purpose of selection.
Further StudyStudents who successfully complete the Foundation Degree may be eligible to apply for entry to the final year of the BSc (Hons) Health and Wellbeing or BSc (Hons) Applied Health Studies programmes at Ulster University.
Previous graduates have gained employment in the housing and homelessness sector and in working with young people. For further information contact: Course Director: Lara McKeever email@example.com
The support I received at College helped prepare me for work in the Healthcare sector. I'm now a fully qualified, registered nurse.Tonya Webb
I choose to train as an apprentice because it was very important to me that I could work and earn money while studying towards my qualification.Ryan Carlyle (Drylining)