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Preparation for College (Pre-16 Entry 3)

Course outline

If you have had previous difficulties in school prior to becoming home educated or if you are looking for a more vocational route in education this course could be ideal for you.

The course has been designed to support Pre-16 Home Educated students to develop your personal and social skills as well as building confidence and develop knowledge in your English and maths skills. It also aims to build employability skills and provide an opportunity to explore vocational interests with a view to progressing to further qualifications in the future.

You can expect fantastic facilities and supportive teaching staff who will go the extra mile to help you achieve.

You will learn English and maths in a supportive environment, through a variety of methods including fun practical projects as well as more traditional methods. The course consists of English and maths Functional Skills at Entry 3 and a BTEC Vocational Studies Certificate also at Entry 3.

How to apply for this course

Apply online now for 2021/22.

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Location Date
664 Nuthall Road

Start: 6th September 2021

Course code: C036404 / Q036405


College Certificate


1 year

Level Entry Level
Entry requirements

Students must be electively home educated.

Employers can claim up to £4000 of government funding.


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