This course is for adult students aged 18+. GCSE English Language is a basic qualification for a broad variety of careers, in order to access most degree-level courses, and it is also useful for those returning to education.
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Three hours per week for 30 weeks. Course runs from September 2017 to May 2018.
There will be 3 different groups running throughout the year. Monday 6-9pm, Wednesday 6-9pm or Wednesday 2-5pm.
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This one year programme commencing in September is open to anyone aged 18+ who does not already have a GCSE grade C or above in English. All applicants will be required to produce evidence of qualifications but the course is also open to mature students with no formal qualifications. No tuition fees are payable. However, acceptance on to this course is subject to initial assessment tasks and an interview.
You will study for three hours per week during the evening (6-9pm). There are many practical activities and you will write for a variety of purposes. You will also read a range of texts, learning to analyse them in a logical and methodical way. In addition, you will undertake a series of speaking and listening tasks designed to improve your communication skills in situations such as job interviews and individual presentations. You will be assessed through controlled assessment throughout the year (40% coursework) and via an examination in the summer (worth 60%).
What are the aims of the GCSE English Language course?
After completing this course, learners should be able to:
What else do I need to consider?
Learners are reminded that this is an academic course and you must allow time for private study and home assignments in addition to evening classes. Learners must attend for a minimum of 90% to complete the course successfully.
English Language: GCSE
Course Code: N7408
Annual Fees FREE subject to status (otherwise £475)
Government Subsidised: YES
Student Loan Available: NO
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Courses are subject to continuing development and changing circumstances that may necessitate their cancellation or alterations to the course content or other related matters, such as fees and delivery times/dates.
To gain entry on to the course, applicants will need to sit an Initial assessment and achieve a Level 1 or above. Alternatively, applicants who have very recently achieved a grade 3 at GCSE Maths or a Level 1 or above in Functional Skills can gain direct entry.
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Last updated - 18/05/17