Business and Tourism (Level 2 Combined First Certificate / First Award)
By combining the study of the tourism industry with an introduction to the world of business, this vocational course has proved both a popular and suc…
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Functional Skills in English, Maths, ICT (E3 – L2), Diploma in Employability Skills (L1), History (E3)
This is a full-time course for students who need to improve their basic skills and are already working at Entry Level 3 and above.
Portfolio and final exam
Based on interview, references and assessment
|Exam board:||Edexcel, City & Guilds and OCR|
£40 for the Catering unit within the diploma qualification
This programme is designed to support students with the potential of achieving high grades at A Level and Vocational Diploma and helps to prepare them for Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract.
Students will be in a position to move on to further study or into employment.
These qualifications are offered at a level appropriate to the individual and a progression route is open to all students who may pass through the levels to Level 2.
|Course:||FOUNDATION PROGRAMME: FEDEX|
I came to The Henley College from Langtree School. I needed to improve my English and Maths skills and the Foundation Programme offered me the opportunity to gain Functional Skills qualifications in; IT, English and Maths. I visited the college on an Information Evening and found out that in the second term there is a placement opportunity. This was one of the major factors in deciding to take the course as I wanted to gain new skills and experiences.
I've really enjoyed meeting new people, I’ve made so many new friends and I’m currently dating a boy from my course. I also really liked the catering unit on the course, I even came second in the Christmas cake decorating competition!
I’m currently applying for jobs and also looking into Apprenticeships with the College’s Henley Training Company.
I found the Employability Skills unit really useful, I’ve gained confidence in applying for jobs and coming out of my shell.