College Courses Explained

We know that choosing the right programme to study is an important decision. It can lead to another programme, higher education or employment, which is why only you can decide. But once you have, we’ll be here every step of the way to help you reach your potential.

Questions to think about when choosing your programme:

Our programmes offer different styles of learning, so we encourage you to think about what setting you learn the most from as well as what you’d like to do after college:

  • What type of career would you like to start?
  • What qualifications and experience do you already have?
  • What are you interested in, and what do you enjoy studying?

A Levels

A Levels can lead to a wide range of careers and courses at university

  • Option to study up to four different subjects in depth
  • Teaching is mostly classroom based
  • Career options are kept open
  • Can lead to university

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Apprenticeships provide you with an exciting career from day one

  • Combine study with paid work – earn while you learn
  • Trains you for a specific profession
  • Broad choice of programmes available
  • Can study up to degree level

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T Levels

T Levels allow you to learn 80% in the classroom and 20% in industry

  • Combine classroom-based teaching with real-world experience for greater employability skills
  • Provides sought-after experience with employers through a 45-day industry placement
  • Can lead directly to employment, apprenticeships, or university-level courses

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Vocational programmes

Vocational Courses will convert your passions and interests into a career

  • Emphasis on practical skills in a specific profession
  • Assessments are usually through work-related assignments
  • Lots of hands-on work using industry-standard facilities
  • Level 3 qualifications can lead to university

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