Access to Higher Education

A Level

In Birmingham

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Description

  • Duration

    1 Year

Access to Higher Education Centres: Fordrough Campus: Handsworth Campus: City Academy Saltley: Length: 1 Year. Attendance: up to 15 hours per week. Start date: September. Times: Daytime. Qualification: Open College Network West Midlands Access Certificate (Kitemarked). Entry Requirements: No formal qualifications are required. You must be 20 years of age or over and be motivated and committed.

Facilities

Location

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Birmingham (West Midlands)
Main Administrative Centre 300 Bordesley Green, B9 5NA

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Birmingham (West Midlands)
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The Council House Soho Road, B21 9DP

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Birmingham (West Midlands)
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Anthony Road Saltley, B8 3AA

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About this course

No formal qualifications are required. You must be 20 years of age or over and be motivated and committed to the course. You need to be working at level 2 in literacy and numeracy. You will be asked to complete an assessment task and an informal interview with a member of the Access team.

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Course programme


Access to Higher Education
Centres:
Fordrough Campus : Handsworth Campus : City Academy Saltley :

Length:
1 Year

Attendance:
up to 15 hours per week

Start date:
September

Times:
Daytime

Qualification:
Open College Network West Midlands Access Certificate (Kitemarked).

Course Content:
You will study English and Study Skills, Mathematics, Information Technology, Psychology and Biology and choose 1 option from either Health Studies or English Literature.

Other Information:
This course is made up of modules that are validated by the Open College Network of the West Midlands. Your work will be assessed by coursework and examination. This is the ideal course if you want to go to university or into professional training but don't have the necessary entry requirements or if you haven't studied for a long while. The course will help to build confidence and get you back into studying again.

Progression:
Successful students can progress to university to continue their studies. Courses may include the following. Humanities; Nursing & Health Professions; Psychology; Social Science; Social Work; Teaching;

What's the next step?

If you are sure this is the right course for you, you can either:
  • Complete an application form and return it to the Admissions Offices at either Handsworth Campus or Fordrough Campus
  • Come along to one of our main enrolment sessions


Access to Higher Education

Price on request