Interested in Nursing?
TVU are ranked 1st in England for Nursing in the University Guide 2010 (The Guardian).
The Faculty has been outstandingly successful in delivering high quality programmes of education and vocational training for the NHS. This was recognised by the recent publication of the Guardian's University Guide where TVU was ranked number two in the country for nursing (2010).
We offer a wide choice of pre and post-registration courses in the following areas:
- Adult Health Nursing
- Child Health Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing
- Learning Disabilities Nursing
- Operating Department Practice
Strong links with the professional bodies for nursing and the Community and District Nursing Associations help us to develop our courses in both depth and breadth, raising the overall profile of Nursing in the UK.
Whether you are interested in a nursing, midwifery or parallel health care roles, our courses offer a range of valued qualifications taught within a professional environment. You will learn from highly skilled staff, many of whom conduct leading edge research in their specialist areas, ensuring that your period of study is both challenging and rewarding. We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, as well as a range of Certificates in Personal and Professional Development (CPPD's), which can be studied around work and family commitments.
The Faculty, in conjunction with NHS hospitals and Primary Care Trusts, offers a wide range of excellent facilities to support teaching and learning activity including our state of art Simulation Lab. These will help you to combine your academic study with a strong development of practical skills.
The Simulation Centre boasts the same of the art facilities to enable a full range of simulation education to all health and social care professionals. The centre contains a range of high fidelity patient simulators that accurately replicate physiological parameters allowing interventions to be performed with realistic outcomes in virtual clinical environments.
The centre is able to replicate theatre, critical care, A&E, midwifery, ward-based and community environments, supporting the educational needs of staff from a range of disciplines and across all health and social care areas.
Pre-registration Health and Social Care
All pre-registration students experience simulation as part of their curriculum. By integrating simulation with a diverse range of online learning activities and tutorials, students can more effectively link theory to practice. Using video playback and skilled de-briefing, students are able to reflect on performance and repeat as necessary to ensure that all group members are fully prepared for practice.
Post-registration Health and Social Care
Revision of essential skills and development of advanced practice within the Simulation Centre enables practitioners to demonstrate ongoing ‘fitness to practice’ and a commitment to life-long learning.