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Law A Level (BTEC Certificate & Subsidiary Diploma)

The BTEC Law course gives you an understanding of the English legal system and will not only give you a taste of what it is like to study law but also what it is may be like to work in the legal profession. This course is designed to provide you with the skills that you will require working in the legal sector. However it is also a recognised Level 3 qualification which is accepted by most universities. This qualification may be mixed with other AS/A2 Levels to provide access to higher education, or used directly to help secure employment within various sectors, including the legal sector.

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  • Level: 4
  • Study Mode: Part-time
  • Start Date: Tuesday, 03 October 2017

Leadership and Management

The Level 4 qualifications in Principles of Leadership and Management are designed for aspiring middle managers and first line managers to develop personal management capabilities and grow professional management skills including decision-making, managing team dynamics and delegation capability.

Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Apprenticeship

An Apprenticeship in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair will give you the opportunity to work for an employer, earn a salary and at the same time study to gain a nationally recognised qualification whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience. You will learn all aspects of the industry while maintaining effective working relationships with customers and colleagues.

Links to Level 1

This course is designed as a stepping stone into various vocational Level 1 courses within the College, such as Hair & Beauty, Carpentry, Mechanical Engineering, Performing Arts and Hospitality. Students have an opportunity to participate in Level 1 tasters to give them a chance to experience what is expected of them on a vocational course and prepare them with the skills required to study effectively. As part of the programme students will complete their course around the Preparing for Adulthood Pathways of Independent living, Community Inclusion, Health and Work experience, as well as Maths and English.

Links to Work

This is an introductory course aiming to prepare students for future paid employment, developing working skills and independent living and working towards a Supported Internship. It aims to build up students' confidence and abilities to continue their training towards a professional life. The course leads to the Supported Internship study programme, where our learners can experience work in real employment roles within the community while benefiting from a high level of support. Larners have the opportunity to work towards completing their English and Maths qualifications, as well as learning general English and Maths skills connected to workplaces through a wide variety of activities and projects.