These course build confidence & give students the skills they need to progress into work or onto a Level 1 course.
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Study Breakdown - What your grades and levels mean

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Study Breakdown - What your grades and levels mean helps you to understand what different levels are and what they mean when it comes to learning and education. This guide explains foundation, a-level, apprenticeships and vocational learning, BTEC to make sure that you are doing the correct course to get you to where you want to be.

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Study Breakdown - What your grades and levels mean

  1. 1. These course build confidence & give students the skills they need to progress into work or onto a Level 1 course. These courses give students an introduction to an industry sector & help them develop the practical skills & knowledge to progress to further study or into work. Apprenticeships combine qualifications with practical skills taught in the workplace. Pre-apprenticeship programmes provide students with training in a relevant area, plus additional skills to progress to an apprenticeship when a job does become available ‘A’ Levels are a fantastic option if your child enjoys academic learning & plans to go to university or hasn’t settled on a de- finitive career path. If your child would like to study ‘A’ Levels, but doesn’t quite have the grades, they can re-take their GCSEs, or join our 2+2 programme where students study two ‘A’ levels alongside two GCSEs before going onto a full ‘A’ Level programme the following year. These courses develop skills around a specific career path. These are designed to lead directly into employment or progression to university level study. Options Min Entry Requirements Level Descriptions Study Breakdown Diagram

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