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Pathways Programme at City of Wolverhampton College

Course description

During the course you will study a range of City and Guilds employability and personal development modules including:

  • Health and safety
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Employability
  • Team building
  • Citizenship
  • Sport
  • Drug and alcohol awareness

You will also study for qualifications in English, maths and ICT Functional Skills and get the chance to do work experience.

Course content

Are you…

  • Aged 16-18 and left school without any GCSEs or GCSE qualifications grades D-G?
  • Keen to improve your English, Math’s and ICT?
  • Looking to improve your employability skills, your job prospects or aspirations?
  • Keen to try out a career you think you would like to do?

If your answer to these questions is ‘yes’, the one year full-time Pathways Programme can help you to gain new skills and qualifications, meet and work with other people and help you move onto further education or employment.

This course offers small group sizes with a personal tutor with regular reviews, advice and guidance.

We have a 91% success rate on this course and excellent feedback from our past students, many of whom have gone on to further study at the college.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements, however you will be asked to attend an interview and assessment prior to being considered for the course.

Assessment

You will be continually assessed throughout the programme. There will be exams for English, maths and ICT Functional Skills

Future opportunities

The skills you will learn from this course will enable you to progress on to a Level 1 course or qualification at the college.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact City of Wolverhampton College directly.

Last updated date: 13 January 2015
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    • The Paget Road campus, in Compton to the west of Wolverhampton, provides courses in art and design, business and management, computing and IT, education and teaching, engineering, English, health and social care, journalism, maths, media, motor vehicle, music technology, performing arts, photography and science.

      Also on offer at the site are Pathways programmes for people without any formal qualifications, ESOL courses for speakers of other languages, and short courses for job seekers.

      The campus is also home to CitySixth – the college's dedicated sixth form centre offering A Levels in a range of subjects - and a Higher Education Centre which offers HNCs, HNDs and Foundation Degrees, and also boasts an Engineering Learning Zone also equipped with industry-standard equipment, modern motor vehicle workshops, new performing and recording studios, and well equipped science labs.

      The site has a Student Hub, Study Hub, cafeteria and large free student car park and is on major bus routes.