Southern Regional College

Part Time The Access Diploma in Adult Learning

Southern Regional College
In Armagh, Newry, Banbridge and another venue.

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Important information

Typology A Level
Location At 4 venues (Northern Ireland)
Start Different dates available
Description

Students obtaining an appropriate level of marks normally proceed to undergraduate degree courses in the University of Ulster or other universities, or into other courses of higher study e.g. Nursing and Midwifery and Teaching. This course is suitable for Access courses are for adults with few or no formal educational qualifications who wish to prepare for entry to university. Students should be at least 18 years of age at the start of the course. Access courses help students gain the confidence and skills needed to study at university. Access Diplomas serves as a gateway to many other forms of higher education. They have assisted many mature.

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Where and when

Location

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Armagh (County Armagh)
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Lonsdale Building, College Hill, BT61 7HN

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Banbridge (County Down)
Castlewellan Road, BT32 4AY

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Newry (County Down)
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East/West Buildings, Patrick Street, BT35 8DN

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Portadown (County Armagh)
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36 Lurgan Road, BT63 5BL

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

· Requirements

None. All potential candidates will be interviewed in order to gauge their suitability for the course.

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What you'll learn on the course

Midwifery
Access
IT for adults
Teaching
Literacy
Numeracy
Basic Skills
Higher Education Access
University
Part Time
Confidence Training
Gain Confidence
Part Time

Course programme


THE ACCESS DIPLOMA IN ADULT LEARNING

Who is this course for?

ACCESS COURSES ARE FOR ADULTS WITH FEW OR NO FORMAL EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS WHO WISH TO PREPARE FOR ENTRY TO UNIVERSITY.

Students should be at least 18 years of age at the start of the course. Access courses help students gain the confidence and skills needed to study at university. Access Diplomas serves as a gateway to many other forms of higher education. They have assisted many mature students to progress to more advanced study and has enabled many to attain degrees.

These programmes all offer the equivalence of 5 GCSEs (including Mathematics and English Language) and 3 'A' Levels or a full Leaving Certificate.

The Diplomas have a core of Mathematics and Communications and the Diploma in Adult Learning has a number of specialist pathways (Science, IT, Business Studies and Community Development, as well as Social Sciences and Humanities while the Diploma in Social Sciences and Humanities is a single route. The courses are offered in a number of campuses of the SRC and in a range of formats both part-time (day release and evening) as well as full-time.

How long is this course for?

Part Time, 1 day or 2 evenings per week for 2 years.

Full Time, 3.5 Days per week for 1 year


Attendance Part-Time
What can I do after the course?

Students obtaining an appropriate level of marks normally proceed to undergraduate degree courses in the University of Ulster or other universities, or into other courses of higher study e.g. Nursing and Midwifery and Teaching.

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