Our courses at Key Stage 5 provide students with the opportunity to develop sector specific workplace skills, qualifications and work experience. We work closely with employers to develop employer led enterprise projects which require creative problem solving in applied science, health & social care, business, hospitality & catering, craft & sport. The enterprise project is the core driver for learning throughout the College.
College life mirrors working life and students. Students will choose to specialise and create a coherent qualification portfolio. These qualifications will be delivered through enterprise projects which are cross – curricular and help students to make strong links between theory and their chosen vocational practice. These projects will be initiated three times a year through employer led workshops and intensive multi –disciplinary team working. They have a focused College day and will link into the 12 hour weekly paid placements undertaken by each student.
- BTEC Level 3 in Medical Sciences
- BTEC Level 3 in Health & Social Care
- AAT Accounting
Students will choose from the following supplementary courses dependent upon their qualifications, skills and aptitudes to create their personal qualification portfolio: C&G Groundsmanship, C&G Electrotechnical Technology/engineering, BTEC Subsidiary Diploma Art & Design, BTEC Subsidiary Diploma Sport, BTEC Subsidiary Diploma Business, BTEC Subsidiary Diploma ICT, Microsoft Academy: Database Administration, Support Technician, Server Administration, Web Developer, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.