Planning for Progression
Career Planning and Making Applications
Working as Part of a Team
Safe Learning in the Workplace
Building Working Relations in the Workplace
Students need to be over 14 and have an interest in a practical subject to qualify for the course. No previous qualifications are required. The College provides learning support for Home Educated students who have learning difficulties and disabilities; the home institution must provide support for school students.
Your school or Home Educating Parent or Guardian must complete Application Form Part B before your application will be processed.
For home educated applicants your Parent or Guardian must complete the Home Educated Form and return before your application will be processed.
Learning and assessment
During the course students build a portfolio of evidence; there is no formal end exam.
On completion of the course, it may be possible for year 10 students to ‘top’ up their qualification with further units. Students may wish to progress to another 14-16 or Further Education course dependent on their age.
Costs that are mandatory for the course:
Specialist Clothing and Equipment: Outdoor clothing including a good quality waterproof jacket. Refer to website.
Course fees for school educated students (see 14-16 prospectus).