Full Time Geography - AS

A Level

In Pwllheli and Dolgellau

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  • Duration

    1 Year

This subject will give you a better understanding of what is happening in the world today, in particular, the relationship between people and the environment. You will study topics that include flooding, earthquakes and changes in rural areas. You will also study global issues such as water resources, food supply and sustainability. You dont need to have studied Geography at GCSE to study AS.

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Dolgellau (Gwynedd)
Ffordd Ty'N Y Coed, LL40 2SW

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Pwllheli (Gwynedd)
Penrallt, LL53 5EB

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About this course

To study this course you will need 6 GCSEs Grade A*-C including Grade C or above in either Welsh or English. Entry requirements may be different for adults.

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Are you running a health and social care course this year. Are there any places available. What if your GCSE results are poor?

Susie M., 31/08/2020

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Geography - AS & A Level
This subject will give you a better understanding of what is happening in the world today, in particular, the relationship between people and the environment. You will study topics that include flooding, earthquakes and changes in rural areas. You will also study global issues such as water resources, food supply and sustainability. You dont need to have studied Geography at GCSE to study AS Level.

Course duration:
AS = 1 year. A Level = 2 years.

Level:
3

Full/Part Time :
Full TIme

What will I need to follow the course?
To study this course you will need 6 GCSEs Grade A*-C including Grade C or above in either Welsh or English. Entry requirements may be different for adults.

Where will I study:
D,P

What will I study?
You will study the following topics:
Physical Environments;
▪ earthquakes and volcanoes;
▪ rivers and floodplains;
▪ small ecosystems.
Human Environments:
▪ global dynamic populations;
▪ aspects of rural change;
▪ changing urban environments.
Investigative Geography:
▪ Fieldwork report.

Will I have to sit any examinations?

Year 1:
GG1 1.25 hours;
GG2 - 1.25 hours;
GG3- Fieldwork report

Year 2:
GG4 1.5 hours
GG5 2.5 hours [excluding hour reading time]
GG6 Personal study.

What will I have at the end of the course?
You will be awarded an AS certificate in Geography. You will also be able to study the subject for another year and gain an A level certificate.

What next?
Geography develops a wide range of transferable skills together with positive attitudes and values, leading to higher education and a range of careers including environmental management, finance administration, marketing, earth sciences, etc.

Full Time Geography - AS

Price on request