Selecting the course that is right for you means thinking
carefully about the following things:
You are most likely to succeed if you choose a course which is challenging enough to be interesting, but not too difficult so you constantly struggle to pass assignments. Your previous GCSE results should help you choose the level of course that best suits you.
Entry Level courses are designed for those without any GCSE qualification or for those who have achieved mainly F and G grades.
You can study a range of practical subjects, including Conservation,
Hairdressing, Skills for Life and Numeracy and Literacy skills.
Our level 1 courses are designed for students who achieve mainly grade D, E, and F passes at GCSE. Students will study one or more subject areas and have the opportunity to improve their communication and maths skills to prepare them for courses at level 2 or employment with training.
Our level 2 courses are designed for students who achieve mainly grade D and some C passes at GCSE. Students will study one or more subject areas and have the opportunity to improve their communication and maths skills to prepare them for courses at level 3 or employment with training.
Level 3 courses include A levels and BTEC National Diplomas. To join a level 3 course you will need to achieve at least four grades C at GCSE preferably including Maths and English. These courses will enable you to progress to University or train for a professional level career.
These courses are our degree level equivalent Higher Education courses. To join a level 4 course it will be expected that you already hold an advanced level (level 3) qualification or that you have substantial experience of the area you want to study. You must be over 18.
The best way to maximise your chances of success is to choose the right course in the first place.
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Leek College values diversity and welcomes applicants regardless of race, disability, gender, age or sexual orientation.
Leek College works to promote equality of opportunity for all members of the community.
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