BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Prepare for your career in health and complete 1000 hours of practice learning placements Course in Pakistan || Registration Open
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Receive at least £5,000 a year of NHS Funding on this course, with up to £3,000 further funding available for eligible students. Find out more on the NHS website.
Are you compassionate, respectful, and honest? Do you care about your professional journey, and about your fellow students and your community? If so then this course is for you.
This new course was designed to meet the needs of the local community and respond to current drivers in healthcare. Your studies will prepare you for a successful and rewarding NHS or private practice career.
This BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy course will help you develop professional and lifelong skills while you explore this exciting and varied profession. You will study physiotherapy theory, evidence based research and practical clinical practice. The course will challenge you and prepare you to deal with a range of problems experienced by people as a result of illness, injury or disability.
This degree combines typical lectures with practical clinical sessions and self-directed learning, which is key to gaining autonomy as a student and a future healthcare professional.
You will complete relevant placements during your studies to contribute to your work experience and theoretical understanding, and prepare you for industry once you graduate. You need to complete 1000 hours of practice learning placement experience to meet the accreditation requirements for this course.
On this course you will:
- Complete 1000 hours of work placement.
- Study on-campus next to St Richard’s Hospital.
- Develop your practical skills in a practice-based environment.
- Learn to deliver high standard services to patients.
- Study a range of physiotherapy topics and relevant modules.
- Study topics including anatomy, physiology, and health and social care in the UK.
- Discover the behaviours you will need as a physiotherapist.
- Work with and listen to distinct client group practitioners and services users.
- Develop your research method skills.
This course is accredited by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (pre-registration) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). When you graduate from this course you will be eligible to apply for registration as a Physiotherapist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Teaching and Assessment
How you will learn
This course uses traditional theoretical and academic study alongside practical workshops and group work. You will attend small group sessions, seminars and lectures, and complete practical sessions. Your designated personal tutor will support you throughout your degree.
You can expect to attend 12-14 hours of contact time per week including lecturers, seminars and workshops or practicals. As well as scheduled contact hours you will need to complete independent study outside of classes and placements.
You will be assessed through a range of assignments including essays, examinations, portfolios, practical assessments, lab reports, and oral presentations.
Your placements are also assessed. You will receive feedback on all aspects of your placement elements from safety and effectiveness to professionalism.
What you will study
You will study a selection of core and optional modules in each year with each module worth a particular number of credits. Each module is delivered differently, depending on its content and focus of study.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
Select a year
Functional Anatomy (Lower-Quadrant)
This module provides you with relevant anatomical knowledge of the lower-limb, lumbar and sacral spine regions as you develop associated practical skills. You will analyse basic functional movements and the contributing anatomical structures, and explore how tissues develop and change over time with aging, injury and the addition of load. You will be assessed through a practical exam and an open book exam.
Practice Learning Placements
Gain experience in industry
Placements are vital to your development as a healthcare professional and are integrated into your University work.
You must complete a minimum of 1000 hours of supervised clinical experience to meet the requirements of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Your placements could be hospital based, community or simulation based.
All clinical placements will be arranged for you by our Placement Co-ordinator, except for a final year elective placement which you will arrange yourself. Your placement experience will be unique to you, and no students will graduate with identical placement profiles. Our placement profile is constantly developing as we are still a new course.
You will not be on placement during weekends or night shifts, but the times, locations and settings for each placement will vary.
You will be allocated a supervisor on placement who will guide and support you during the placement. An academic tutor will visit you on placement so you can complete your placement assessment.
Where you could go after your studies
When you graduate you will be eligible to apply for registration as a Physiotherapist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Physiotherapy is traditionally seen in secondary care and acute settings for in and out patients, but there are a wide range of additional physiotherapy roles. These roles could include health promotion and work in hospices.
Your placement experience during the degree will expose you to many roles and types of work you could continue after graduation and prepare you for your healthcare career.
You could choose to continue your studies at postgraduate level.
Study options at the University of Chichester include:
- Specialist Physiotherapy Advanced Practice
- MSc Physiotherapy