The topics covered are statistics, number, space and shape and Algebra. There are three modules as follows:-Module l: Statistics (studied at Higher tier) Module 2: Number (studied at Higher tier) Module 3: Space and shape and algebra (studied at Foundation tier). Modules l, 2 and 3 are assessed by examinations. These would normally be held in November, March and June respectively. There is one paper for each examination. There will be weekly assignments set and marked by the tutor.
Staff are highly qualified and enthusiastic. They ensure learner success by making the teaching and learning differentiated and learner centred. Teaching styles vary from lecture to group work, to ICT based research to practical classroom activities. Tasks are set to support and reinforce the subject material covered in the sessions. It is expected that these tasks are completed in the learner’s own time.
Applicants must hold an existing minimum grade D or grade 3 at GCSE. Functional Skills Maths at Level 2 and/or Adult Numeracy Level 2 qualification achieved within the last three years will also be considered. For all learners there will be stringent screening requirements which will take place at interview and/or enrolment. This usually involves an aptitude test and an on line initial assessment
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Questions & Answers
How is the course assessed?
Assessment is by examination which takes place in June. There will be weekly assignments set and marked by the tutor.
Are there any opportunities for progression?
To any level 3 programme of study. To employment - many employers require a pass at GCSE Maths. To some university degree courses together with relevant level qualifications, particularly teaching, nursing and psychology.
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- Attendance: Part-time (day) and Part-time (evening)
- Start Date: September 2018
- Hours per week: 3 hours per week
- Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
- Start Time: 6.00 pm (Mon or Tuesday); 5.30 pm (Monday or Wednesday), 9.30 am (Mornings); 1.00 pm (Afternoons)
- End Time: 9.00 pm (Mon or Tuesday) ; 8.30 pm (Monday or Wednesday); 12.30 pm (Mornings); 4.00 pm (Afternoons)
- Duration: 34weeks
- Course Fees: This course is Free
- Venue: Calderdale College
- Faculty: Maths
- Department Manager: Helen Stansfield
- Level: Level 2
- Qualification Name: GCSE Mathematics
- Awarding Body: AQA
- Course Contact: John Josling (9756)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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