Waltham Forest College

Create Your Future - Open Evening Wednesday 17th May 2017

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What Do the Levels Mean?

Entry requirements: No qualifications, Interview and assessment.

Duration: 1 Year

Qualifications you could gain: Entry level certificate, Progression Award.

Progression: Level 1 course

Entry requirements: No qualifications, Interview and assessment.

Duration: 1 Year

Qualifications you could gain: Progression Award/Certificate, NVQ Level 1 or VRQ Level 1, Relevant Level 1 occupational qualifications.

Progression: Level 2 course

Entry requirements: 3 GCSEs at E or above or an equivalent Level 1 qualification, Interview and assessment.

Duration: 1 Year

Qualifications you could gain: BTEC First Diploma, CACHE Certificate, NVQ Level 2 or VRQ Level 2, Relevant Level 2 or occupational qualifications

Progression: Level 3 course, Employment

Entry requirements: 4 GCSEs at grade C or above (English and maths preferred or an equivalent level 2 qualification), Interview.

Duration: 2 Years

Qualifications you could gain: BTEC National Diploma/Certificate, BTEC Extended National Diploma, CACHE Diploma, NVQ Level 3

Progression: Degree/HND/HNC, NVQ Level 4 or Employment

Entry requirements: Level 3 qualification

Duration: 2 - 5 Years

Qualifications you could gain: HND/HNC, Degree, NVQ Level 4

Progression: Employment, Postgraduate study



Who is this course for?

For those who want to brush up their English or Maths skills before starting an Adult course in September 2017.

Entry requirements

For those who wish to improve their English and Maths. Must be 19 years or over. No qualification required.

What will I study?

English: You will learn about spelling, punctuation and grammar. You will also work on improving your writing, reading and spoken communication skills.

Maths: You will be able to learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. You will also learn how to solve worded problems in context to various maths topics and everyday life.

How will I be assessed?

Portfolio based.

What can I do after the course?

You can enrol for an Adult Access course or Adult Literacy/Numeracy course at the College.

Course start date:

The course is a 6 week programme, which will run through 18th April - 11th July 2017 - on Mondays and Tuesdays at 6-9pm



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