Equivalent to 3 A Levels, this course is classroom-based along with some units based on outdoor skills. You will have the opportunity to go on trips to North Wales and Normandy. Modules may include: Understanding discipline leadership and teamwork in Public Services, Citizenship, Diversity and the Public Services and Land and Water Navigation.
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This course will provide you with a sound foundation in counselling studies, preparatory to entering level 5 practitioner training at a point where you are ready to enter a trainee placement. It introduces you to the experience of professional counsellor training and to Higher Education. Modules include Counselling Skills, Theory and Personal Development and Mental Health and Well-being.
You will gain a sound scientific background along with specialised modules including Principles of Veterinary, Animal Husbandry, Nutrition and Behaviour. Progress to HND or work within the industry.
With this part-time course, the mix of theory and practice means what you learn is relevant to what happens in real life. Subjects include: entrepreneurship, economics, law and regulation and the management of financial information. The qualification can be used to gain entry to an organisation’s management training programme or to a number of professional qualifications.
You will study a range of topics from the areas of chemical, biological and forensic analysis as well as biotechnology. You’ll gain an insight into forensic investigation, discovering how to investigate a crime scene and analyse evidence. Graduates of this course would be well placed to work in a chemical, biochemical or biotechnological field with their knowledge and practical skills.
This course will give you a strong practical and academic grounding in the organisation, management and operation of the public and emergency services. Progress to the final year of the BA (Hons) Public Services course at the University of South Wales, where your studies will focus on developing your employability skills, giving you an advantage in today’s competitive employment market.
You can specialise in technology whilst acquiring professional practice skills. An important element of the second year will be a work related experience within the music business. You will study sequencing, composing and arranging, music production and recording studio engineering. Gain employment in the music industry.
You will gain a sound scientific background as part of the course along with specialised modules including: decorative horticulture, fruit and vegetable production management, Plant maintenance and management and organic horticulture. Progress to employment in landscape architecture, local authority, garden design, horticultural therapy or start your own business.
You will gain a sound scientific background along with specialised vocational modules including: Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Nutrition, Husbandry and Behaviour along with Conservation Biology. Progress to degrees including Animal Science, Agriculture, Welfare, Zoology or enter employment in roles such as animal welfare, veterinary nursing and research, or with charitable organisations.