The course aims to introduce you to basic psychological concepts. You will analyse and apply concepts to individuals and society, and develop skills in the use of research methods.
The course aims to develop, demonstrate and apply your knowledge and understanding of current issues and events, and to develop your skills of enquiry, communication, participation and responsible action. It should also enable you to organise and evaluate your participation in a citizenship activity.
To introduce basic psychological concepts.
This course is ideal for any student who wishes to gain a grade C or above for their Science GCSE. GCSE Science is an essential qualification for primary school teaching and desirable for nursing. Length of course. One year with a re-sit exam at the end. What qualifications do I need to study on the course? A grade D or DD in GCSE Science. What...
Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour of humans and animals. As individuals and groups we operate in many different ways, these are studied in order to arrive at theory and predictions for future actions and events.
Why do people develop a phobia? Why are some people more aggressive than others? If you are interested in finding answers to questions like these then you should find Psychology interesting. It will help you to understand different views and the explanations which have been put forward to answer these questions. It is a subject relevant to...
This academic course is aimed at students wishing to commence the study of Psychology it provides a sound basis for progression to AS and A Level Psychology
This course is aimed at students wishing to commence the study of Psychology and would like to gain a GCSE qualification. It provides a sound basis for progression to AS Psychology. It is suitable for students with an interest in studying Psychology, either for pleasure or work-related training.
These approaches are 'Social' - obedience and non-verbal communication, 'Developmental' - attachment and cognitive development, 'Individual Differences' - atypical behaviour and the self, 'Cognitive' - memory and perception and 'Biological psychology' - criminal behaviour, sex and gender. In addition there is a separate unit 'Research methods in.
WJEC Entry Level Certificates in English and Maths along with Key Skills qualifications. There will also be a choice of qualifications in two or more of the following areas: Catering, Art, IT, Fashion, Childcare, Construction and Motor Vehicle Engineering. Study skills and full tutorial support are offered to you to ensure the best possible...