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A variety of GCSE Mathematics classes are on offer to suit every learner including Higher, Intermediate and Foundation levels. A resit class for the November examination is also available. Gaining a Grade C or above will enable you to progress to Level 3 study.
The course is designed to assist and develop students with all aspects of writing, reading, speaking and listening in preparation for GCSE English Language. Gaining a Grade C or above will enable you to progress to Level 3 study.
You will learn about all aspects of an individual’s journey through the health and social care pathway, considering the leadership, management, policy, contemporary issues and practice which influence their experiences. In the final year, you can choose modules to help tailor the degree to meet your career aspirations.
This dynamic course will enable you to develop current knowledge and skills in creative software and to produce a personal portfolio of creative work. Modules include 2D graphic design and image manipulation, 3D storyboarding, wireframes and lighting along with self-directed project. Progress to freelance work and a career in the creative arts industry.
You will study a range of subjects from technical and programming units including looking at how Information Technology is used in a business environment. You will study computer systems, systems analysis, website production, developing computer games, procedural programming and software design.
You will develop a broad range of technical skills, such as software programming, multimedia, automated systems and developing technical skills which will include as installing and maintaining hardware in our Cortex Workshop. With further study or training, you may also pursue a career as an End User Support Technician or a Trainee IT Support Officer or Technician.
This course is aimed at those looking to start a career in the animal care industry. Learning areas can include horse care, animal accommodation and feeding, biology, animal health and welfare along with behaviour and handling. Progress to employment or apprenticeship within the animal care sector.
This work-based qualification is ideal if you are looking for a career in the animal care industry or want to prove your competence in an associated role, increasing your opportunities to progress in the sector. Topics may include controlling and restraining animals, preparing and grooming animals and provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise.
For those wishing to develop specific technical and professional skills and knowledge that will lead to meaningful employment in the animal care industry. You will explore a wide range of industry areas including animal care and management, zoos and wildlife and applied science. You will gain skills in handling and managing a wide range of animals and develop a good understanding of the animal management sector.
You will develop the specific technical, professional skills and knowledge that will lead to meaningful employment in the equine industry. You will explore a wide range of subjects including stable yard operations, horse health, exercising horses, fitting and evaluating horse tack/equipment, stud and business. Progress to employment such as Riding Instructor (with BHS qualifications), Yard Manager, competition work or as a business owner.
Gain a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical hands on learning along with valuable horsemanship skills. With both a ‘ride’ option and a ‘non-ride’ alternative, the course caters for all elements of stable management skills. Weekend duties and one day per week working on the stable yards is an integral part of this course.
With both a ‘ride’ option and a ‘non-ride’ alternative, this course caters for all elements of stable management skills. Weekend duties and one day per week working on the stable yards is an integral part of this course. Areas of learning includes equine health and welfare, routine stable duties, horse handling and grooming.
Aimed at mature learners, you will gain commercial experience alongside practical skills and knowledge including advising and consulting with clients, cutting men’s hair and facial hair using basic techniques, drying and finishing men’s hair, creating basic outlines and detailing in hair.
This Level 1 course is suitable for those wishing to study a health and social care policy. It will develop your knowledge and understanding of the health and social care sector. Topics include health and safety, protection and safeguarding adults and children, importance of leisure and social activities and promoting healthy eating.
This course is for those wishing to study a childcare pathway and is designed to develop your knowledge and understanding of the early years and childcare sector. Topics include protection and safeguarding, awareness of inclusion and disability, human growth and development and promoting health eating.
This programme will develop your understanding of current health, safety, and welfare legislation and you will develop the skills to undertake risk assessments. You will also learn the techniques of how site investigation and evaluation can influence the design, construction, and maintenance of buildings and their substructures.