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- Access to HE
- Level 3
- 1 year
Access courses are designed to enable mature learners (19+) who have been out of education to gain the qualifications, academic skills and knowledge necessary to progress on to university-level study. During the course you will learn the fundamental factors of English and sociology, to enable you to go on to study teaching and social work. Modules include:
- Study Skills
Who is this course for?
This course is studied full-time over one year. You will be required to attend college lectures and seminars for a minimum of two and a half days a week. You will also need to dedicate some time to self-study and research. To discuss this course with a member of the Access team please email AccessHE@chesterfield.ac.uk
- Grade C/4 GCSE English and minimum Grade D/3* GCSE Maths. *If applicants have Grade D/3 you will be required to sit GCSE Maths alongside your studies.
- Interview and Maths and English test
- Relevant work experience (or willingness to take alongside)
What other experience will I gain?
The course allows you to gain the academic knowledge and skills necessary to apply to a university of your choice and/or improved job prospects including: Teaching, Social Work, Youth work, Osteopathy, Social Studies, Humanities, ‘Caring’ professions, Psychology, Mental Health Worker, Chemistry , Human Biology, Physiotherapy, Laboratory work.
Where will this lead?
This programme allows you to go on to an undergraduate, foundation degree or diploma course afterwards. It can also lead to a wide variety of career opportunities.What are my career options?
What Ofsted say
Teaching and learning is good with a significant proportion being outstanding. (Ofsted 2013)