Pre-ECT Programme for Year 10 students (for students aged 14-16) at Wakefield College
Part-time preparation course for full ECT programme
This ECT preparation provision has been developed to meet the needs of young people and partner schools and offers a one-day provision each week for learners who may be disengaged and/or already identified as potential ECT students in Year 11. It aims
to provide the platform for a smooth transition for students from school into full time College programmes.
The programme includes a range of non-accredited PSD activities alongside a different vocational option each week in areas such as construction, motor vehicle, hair & beauty, animal care, public services, sport and many more.
The provision aims to engage and challenge students, make them familiar with the College environment, and support them to make the correct choice of ECT programme in Year 11. It acts as a comprehensive transition programme for potential ECT students and
seeks to ensure that students are ready for full-time education at Wakefield College in Year 11.
Identified by school as a potential ECT candidate
Currently working at Entry Level or Level 1
A good reference from Head of Year 9 or Head teacher
Participants learn in a range of ways and experiences in Personal and Social Development sessions, vocational Tasters and generally being in the College environment.
Please see 14-16 pricing structure in this publication or contact the 14-16 Unit at Wakefield College for more details:
Tel - 01924 789742 or by email - 14-16UnitMailbox@wakefield.ac.uk.
Early College Transfer student in Year 11 using this programme to correctly identify the most appropriate vocational area in which to study.
If you require further information please contact:
School staff should contact the 14-16 Unit on 01924 789742.
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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: 31 October 2018