Students from Chichester College enjoyed an insightful visit to the University of Chichester earlier this month.
On Thursday 9 November, students from the college’s Access to Higher Education – Healthcare Professions course had an appointment at the Developing Professional Practice unit of the University of Chichester's School of Nursing and Allied Health.
They were given a comprehensive tour of the campus, which included visits to a mock hospital ward and the immersive suite, which allowed students to simulate a variety of real-world environments.
Students also got to see some of the mannequins the university has in their mock hospital ward, and were even able to check their breathing and pulse!
They also heard all about all the different courses the university offers, and where this could take them in the future. Current undergraduates, including some former Chichester College students, were also on hand to answer any questions our students.
The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by all, with students saying it was very interactive and informative, and will help them plan their futures.
Access to Higher Education courses offer older students, those who are 19 or older, an opportunity to learn new skills and are designed for people who are looking to progress into degree level courses but may not have the necessary qualifications to meet the entry requirements.
Discover more: https://www.chichester.ac.uk/study-courses/study-areas/access-to-higher-education