|Time:||6pm -9pm||Duration:||30 weeks|
|Qualification:||GCSE Biology (Foundation Level)||Awarding Body:||AQA|
About the course
This course looks at life processes and living things, with an emphasis on human functioning.
- Cell biology
- Infection and response
- Homeostasis and response
- Inheritance, variation and evolution
This is a Foundation Level course, so Grades 5-1 are available to students.
You should expect to complete 3 hours of homework per week in addition to class attendance and exam revision
There are no formal entry requirements, however, students should have a good standard of English and Maths.
Students will sit the national public GCSE exams in accordance with the timetable set by the Awarding Body. These take place outside of normal lesson times, during the day.
Learners will attend weekly lessons in college. This course may incorporate an element of live remote lessons where appropriate. It is recommended that you have access to a PC, laptop or other suitable device.
Learners also benefit from access to the college library during our evening opening times, including computers, study stations, print-based and electronic learning materials, printers and scanners.
This course will help you with employment or further education.
How to apply
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Students must attend a college induction on the first evening of the course.
This course is co-funded by the Government, meaning that all qualifying students benefit from reduced fees. Our advertised fees take this funding into account.
A £50 non-refundable deposit is payable at the point of booking and the remainder of the course fees are due one week before the course start. Students can apply to pay the balance in two instalments.
* This course may be free to learners if they are:
- Earning less than £20319 p.a.
- 19-23 without a first full Level 2 qualification
Prior to enrolling on any qualification course, please consider carefully if you have the time to commit to this course.
If you start a course and do not complete it, or if your attendance rate is low, this might affect your eligibility to join funded courses in the future.
Our qualification courses are government funded and it is our responsibility to ensure that the funding is used effectively to help learners progress and develop. We will work with you to ensure that you achieve your personal goals and those of the course.
For further details see our Fees and Funding page.