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Foundation Learning Programme at Goldwyn 6th Form College

Course description

With a Foundation Learning program, you will be offered a personalised study programme that will develop your personal, social and employability skills as well as being able to studying on a number of our vocational courses to give you the chance to gain an understanding of the different types of working industries, such as construction, motor vehicle, vehicle body repairs or ICT skills.

Course content

During your Foundation Learning program, your will be working towards an accredited Entry Level 2 or 3 qualifications. You will develop your skills and knowledge on a range of Personal and Social Development, such as managing relationships, working with others, life skills, healthy living, budgeting as well as Employability Skills for preparation for work. As part of your foundation programme, you will have the option to choose from our vocational courses to give you the experience of the different career options that will be available to you in Level 1. You will continue to study your English, Maths and ICT to allow you to progress onto higher level courses.

- Motor Vehicle Maintenance
- Vehicle Body Repair
- Construction Multi-Skills
- Hair & Beauty
- Information Technology
- Child Care
- Health & Social Care
- Food & Catering
- Children’s Learning & Development

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this programme. However, applicants should demonstrate an interest in our vocational options. You will be required to attend an interview as well as take an online numeracy and literacy test.


Internally assessed & Portfolio based

Future opportunities

Successful candidates can progress within the Foundation Learning programme to the next level or a Level 1 Programme and choose a vocational study path they wish to specialise in as a career.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 20 September 2017

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