For a career in Healthcare, we offer a variety of courses, from those which will give you a broad introduction to health up to degree level courses.

Our courses focus on the needs of real job roles and situations and allow you to develop the fundamental skills of the sector, bringing your knowledge to the required level for a range of careers.

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Health services and public health managers and directors

Average salary: £47,133
Experienced salary: £93,454

Health care practice managers

Average salary: £30,514
Experienced salary: £53,061

Midwives

Average salary: £43,701
Experienced salary: £61,942

Top jobs in sector

  • Health services and public health managers and directors
    What does this career do?

    Managers and directors in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the resources and activities of health care providers and purchasers at both district and unit levels.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Honours, Bachelor's degree

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £47,133 per year. That is about £3,927 per month, or £23 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £25,730 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £93,454 per year.

  • Health care practice managers
    What does this career do?

    Healthcare practice managers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the work and resources of medical, dental and other types of healthcare practice, including veterinary practices.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £30,514 per year. That is about £2,542 per month, or £15 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £20,842 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £53,061 per year.

  • Nurses
    What does this career do?

    Nurses provide general and/or specialised nursing care for the sick, injured and others in need of such care, assist medical doctors with their tasks and work with other healthcare professionals and within teams of healthcare workers. They advise on and teach nursing practice.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Honours, Bachelor's degree

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £36,400 per year. That is about £3,033 per month, or £18 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £25,272 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £53,040 per year.

  • Midwives
    What does this career do?

    Midwives deliver, or assist in the delivery of babies, provide antenatal and postnatal care and advise parents on baby care. They work with other healthcare professionals, and advise on and teach midwifery practice.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Honours, Bachelor's degree

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £43,701 per year. That is about £3,641 per month, or £21 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £31,138 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £61,942 per year.

  • Finance and investment analysts and advisers
    What does this career do?

    Job holders in this unit group advise customers, who may be individuals, companies or specialist groups, on the purchase of investments, insurance, mortgages, pensions and other financial services and products.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Honours, Bachelor's degree

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £32,760 per year. That is about £2,730 per month, or £16 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £21,362 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £55,370 per year.

  • Nursing auxiliaries and assistants
    What does this career do?

    Nursing auxiliaries and assistants assist doctors, nurses and other health professionals in caring for the sick and injured within hospitals, homes, clinics and the wider community.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £22,090 per year. That is about £1,840 per month, or £11 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £18,013 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £30,950 per year.

  • Care workers and home carers
    What does this career do?

    Care workers and home carers attend to the personal needs and comforts of the elderly and the infirm with care and support needs (‘service users’) within residential care establishments, day care establishments or in their own homes.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £18,678 per year. That is about £1,556 per month, or £9 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £16,099 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £26,853 per year.

  • Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants
    What does this career do?

    Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants work under the supervision of pharmacists or other relevant health professionals to dispense drugs and medicines, issue pre-packaged prescriptions, sell over-the-counter medication, dispense spectacles and contact lenses and other related products.

    What are the entry requirements?

    Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

    How well does it pay?

    Normal pay is around £18,262 per year. That is about £1,521 per month, or £9 per hour.

    New workers generally start around £16,890 per year.
    Highly experienced workers can earn as much as £22,797 per year.

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