This course has been designed specifically for mature students who do not have the relevant qualifications for entry to higher education.
Learners attend BCoT four days a week between 9.30am and 3.30 in the afternoon
Learners will be assigned a personal tutor who will support studies and personal development.
Good time-management skills are necessary as assessment of the course is on an on-going basis.
The curriculum is structured. Core units are delivered together with the cohorts of the other Access courses in the college. The specialist psychology units are delivered to the psychology students separately. There are weekly tutorials where one to ones take place and you set your own targets for the development of specific skills and knowledge, including completion of the UCAS process.
All resources, assignments are available on the Google Classrooms for your use and specific resources for eLearning sessions are updated weekly.
This course includes the following units:
You need to be aged 19+ from the beginning of September and have been out of full-time education for one year. You should have a minimum of GCSE English and Maths at grades C/4 or Functional Skills Level 2 in English and Maths. If you do not meet our entry criteria you can apply for our pre-access program.
This course is assessed in a variety of ways including presentations, discussions, tests, projects, practical work, problem-solving exercises, essays, scientific reports and diagrams.
This course is designed to get you to University and is worth between 48 and 144 UCAS points (for September entry), depending on the grade you achieve.