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All Students will take part in enrichment lessons which teaches you new skills and builds on your existing subject knowledge to make you stand out from the crowd when applying for university or employment.
This qualification provides 12 UCAS points for the following local universities: University of Huddersfield, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Trinity University.
Suitable for students who wish to attend HE, apprenticeships and employment
- Unit 1: Work experience preparation, career planning, CVs and letters of application
- Unit 2: HE and employment finance budget planner
- Unit 3: HE and employment decision making exercises
- Unit 4: Mock interviews, presentation skills and writing personal statements
EPQ (Extended Project Qualification)
Suitable for students studying A Levels and planning to attend competitive Universities and/ or competitive courses. E.g. medicine, dentistry, veterinary, marine biology, computer science etc.
EPQ is an independent research project which involves writing an essay of 5000 words (that's around 10 typed pages), or creating a product, which might be anything from an art object to an iPhone app. As the project evolves, you must complete a production log to record specific stages of the project and this also contributes to your project result. The third component of the project is an oral presentation. It’s worth the same UCAS points as an AS level with an A* grade available. Your project will be submitted in year 13.
Suitable for students taking sport and non-sport courses but looking to have practical leadership experience. Understanding the difference between a leader, coach and teacher. Covering ‘duty of care’, ‘safeguarding’, undertaking risk assessments and understanding the lifelong benefits to sport. Suitable for sports rehabilitation, sports therapy, sports coaching, sports journalism, events management, public services related courses and physiotherapy.
Are you interested in a vocational course such as nursing, midwifery, medicine, teaching, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports coaching? It’s valuable to have experience for university/ job applications.
You can arrange your own work experience with the support of Vicky Sutcliffe will give you the relevant health and safety forms once you have found a placement to visit weekly.