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2 Open Events Keep up-to-date with the latest news at ESC Full-time courses Higher education Part-time qualifications Part-time Leisure courses Saturday 13 September :00-14:00 Saturday 4 October :00-14:00 Thursday November :30-20:00 2 in Wednesday 25 February :30-20:00 Saturday 20 June :00-14:00 Avoid the queue & pre-register your details online at: As a specialist vocational college, East Surrey College gives you the practical skills required that you need to build a successful career. Our mission: To Provide inspirational, high quality education and training which meets the needs of individuals, employers and our local and wider communities. Our vision: To be an outstanding provider of further and higher education and training. We are focussed on: Quality, Innovation, Aspiration, Openness, esponsibility and Clarity Contents Why Choose ESC? 4 Student Life Course Levels 8 How do I apply? 10 Do I Have to Pay? 11 Client Services 12 Apprenticeships 14 Higher Education 15 Full-time Courses: Art, Design & Media 1 Aviation, Travel & Tourism 24 Business, Accounting & IT 28 Caring Services 34 Construction 40 Engineering & Motor Vehicle 52 Hair, Beauty & Spa 59 Horticulture 8 Life Skills 9 Public Services & Sport 7 Course Index 82 3

3 Why Choose ESC? 1-19 Full-time Study Programmes An individual Study Programme is in place for every 1 to 19 year old on a Full-time course at the College. The Programmes will include: Excellent Progression to Work and Higher Study 2012/13 desination data shows that a minimum of 92% of students had a positive destination after completing their qualification at East Surrey College, with the majority progressing directly to employment related to the course of study (based on known destinations) High Quality Teaching We are committed to providing high quality teaching and learning opportunities for all our students Tutors encourage and support students as they explore and develop their own learning style A range of teaching methods are used (such as experimentation, active participation and focussed study) to ensure that students stay motivated and inspired Our students achieve excellent success rates whether they progress on to employment or additional study in Further or Higher Education Strong Industry Links We have excellent links with local businesses and professional organisations, ensuring that courses are relevant and current We continually explore new areas that we can offer school leavers to study either full-time or part-time in a variety of fields In addition, we have a growing range of Higher Education courses which provide excellent progression routes We work very closely with many local schools to ensure we provide a good progression pathway for their pupils and also offer places to over 00 students aged 14-1 on specific courses alongside their school studies We ask schools to provide reference information on predicted grades and any support needs of school leavers Student Life We are the best vocational College in the area and have a strong reputation for the success of our courses We provide a close and supportive community Local employers input in to our courses, which enriches the student experience We want to make sure that each of our students feels like an individual, not just a face in the crowd Students participate in industry driven placements and competitions The College is centrally located with good transport links Additional Learning Support Additional learning support can be provided to students who have a learning difficulty or disability Please let us know by ticking the appropriate boxes on the application and enrolment forms and discussing this at your interview 4 Growing Provision First Class Facilities A substantial academic or vocational qualification that provides a recognised route into a trade, profession or other form of employment, or access to a University or Higher Education course English and where this has not been achieved at GCSE grade A*-C Work experience or internship that the College will plan and monitor or a work-related project, typically working from briefs set by local employers Group and one-to-one tutorials and other value-added activity A variety of enrichment activities including trips, visits and activities to enhance your CV Whichever course you have selected to study will include most if not all of these five elements. There are specific entry requirements relevant to each Study Programme. Please refer to the website and the relevant course page in this prospectus. Entry : Study Programme: cludes e A*-C that in 5 GCSE grad vel 2 Le ths or; BTEC English & Ma nd GCSE a n tio c rit/distin Diploma Me aths in English & M grade A*-C Programme cludes e A*-D that in 5 GCSE grad vel 1 ths or; BTEC Le English & Ma nd GCSE a n rit/distinctio Diploma Me ths a M & h in Englis grade A*-D Programme cludes e A*-E that in 4 GCSE grad ths English & Ma We continue to invest in our outstanding facilities to ensure that students can use the latest technology within a realistic work environment We promote health and wellbeing and there is a no smoking policy across all areas of the College Minimum Direct Entry Criteria 2015/1 ations rmal qualific Few or no fo (to include GCSE English and where grade A*-C not already achieved) Level 1 Programme (to include English and/or where grade A*-C not already achieved) Level 1 or Entry Level Programme Non-GCSE and other BTEC qualifications will be considered on their individual merits. There may be flexibility around these entry criteria so please contact Client Services for further guidance. Some Study Programmes will require specific subjects at GCSE or will require higher grades at GCSE. Acceptance on to all Fulltime Study Programmes is subject to a successful interview and a reference from your school, college or employer. (to include English and/or ) 5

4 So what are you waiting for? Come and get involved! Student Life Freshers The Freshers Fair is a great opportunity to find out how to make the most of your College experience. Taking place at the beginning of the first term, students from all departments get together in the Winter Garden to meet local organisations and find out about some fantastic deals and discounts available to ESC students. Organisations that have visited in the past include the Harlequin Theatre, edstone FM, Surrey FA, Virgin Health Care and YMCA. There are lots of freebies and giveaways, live music and inflatable fun. The SU The Student Union is run by ESC students for ESC students and is a great way to ensure your voice is heard. Your elected members take your views, ideas and comments through to divisional and College council meetings, making sure that you get your say too. Be part of the decision making process, whether you want to be a Student Governor, Student Union President, join the committee or be part of a focus group, you can make a difference to your College experience. Being on the Student Union committee also looks great on your CV. There s plenty of fun stuff to organise too. Sports and social events are arranged throughout the year as well as plenty of trips and activities. Take part in anything from bowling, laser quest, paint balling, theatre trips and go-karting; to university experience days and themed weeks. We also arrange an annual trip to a theme park and have previously visited Thorpe Park, Alton Towers and Disneyland Paris. The Student Union also arranges various fundraising events for local and international charity appeals. We are always open to new suggestions so let us know your ideas. Enrichment We offer a wide variety of activities that you can participate in outside of your academic timetable. Enrichment is about meeting new friends, developing new skills and getting the best out of your College experience. We have a dedicated College Sport Maker who organises a wide range of sports activities to get everyone healthy and having some fun. Taking place at lunchtimes and in the early evenings, the programme is free and everyone is welcome; no matter what your experience, ability, gender or age! The programme has included Football, Basketball, Archery, Touch ugby, Legs, Bums & Tums and many more activities. Become an Activity Champion You can join the Enrichment team in creating the exciting sport and activity programme for students. It is a great opportunity to learn new skills whilst gaining free coaching qualifications to add to your CV or UCAS application, whilst having fun and motivating others. Various social and support groups meet regularly to help develop friendships, talk about support and organise group activities. We have an online LGBT Student um where you can find more information on local LGBT organisations and services and chat with other students. Fundraising There are lots of opportunities to get involved in raising money for different charities throughout the year. In the past, students have had lots of fun taking part in a tug of war, golf putting competitions, bake sales, football matches and fun runs. Music Sound & Music Production students set up their own record label called Neutral Ground in The label is run and managed by the students as a professional business. It is a multi-genre label offering local artists the opportunity to get their music heard. The label has artists on its books all in development and they have already recorded their first track. If you are interested in getting involved with the label, look out for Neutral Ground at the Freshers Fair. Employment We work closely with local businesses to ensure our courses are relevant and current to industry. In addition to this we like to invite businesses into the College to meet our students, view student work and communicate opportunities for employment. Department Activities Our individual departments plan a mixture of fashion shows, art exhibitions, awards nights and music gigs throughout the year. This is a great way to meet and mix with students from other departments. The Job Fair - top local employers from different industries visit the College to advertise their current job vacancies and opportunities. Students can attend workshops and seminars, gaining tips on networking and interview skills. Last year students had the chance to speak to organisations which included Santander, The oyal Air ce and Canon UK. ESC celebrates Apprenticeship Week with a range of specialist presentations from local businesses to help students decide if an Apprenticeship is right for them. In addition an Awards Ceremony was held to commend the Professionalism and Commitment to Learning that our current Apprentices have. The latest Apprenticeship vacancies can be found on our website The Job Board on ezone is an exclusive resource for ESC students to search current part-time and full-time vacancies from local employers. 7

5 Course Levels The qualifications within this guide may be subject to change due to changes by awarding bodies or funding changes from the EFA/ SFA (Education Funding Agency/Skills Funding Agency) therefore if you need any information or guidance regarding the qualifications framework please call Client Services on. The SFA funds post 18 education and the EFA 1-18 year old students, not all qualifications in this book are funded by both agencies. NVQ Diploma Qualification levels are recognised nationwide as part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and everyone that studies a secondary, Further or Higher Education course will be awarded and qualified to a recognised standard. Most qualifications now fall within the QCF framework. NVQs are competence-based qualifications, which means that you learn practical, work-related tasks designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge to do a job effectively. Functional Skills Functional Skills qualifications help you to develop skills in English, and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in real life situations; and can be used to progress to GCSEs in these subjects or support progression to higher levels in vocational subjects. You can take a Functional Skills qualification if you are over 1 years of age, have left compulsory full-time education or do not have an up-to-date English or qualification at on the QCF (such as a GCSE). These are often a stepping stone to GCSE. GCSEs If you are looking to gain a recognised qualification related to a particular industry or sector, an NVQ may be for you. You can study NVQs at college, work, or as part of an Apprenticeship, through either full-time or part-time learning programmes. Grade C or 4 or 5 GCSEs above NVQ Diploma BTEC ip Apprenticesh Intermediate BTEC Awards, Certificates, Extended Certificates & Diplomas ve de D or abo 4 GCSEs Gra ) rit e vel (M Foundation Le 1 l ve NVQ Le rit) Diploma (Me BTEC Level 1 BTEC Diplomas and Extended Certificates enable you to progress onto employment or to study at the higher level of the Subsidiary Diploma or Extended Diploma. The Extended Diploma is equivalent to 3 A levels and is a preferred route for many to University. You can take one of these courses if you are interested in learning more about a particular sector or industry. All qualifications have been designed in collaboration with industry, to equip you with the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) The qualifications offer a mix of theory and practice, and will include an element of work experience or a work-related project. They can take the form of (or be part of) a technical certificate, one of the key components of an Apprenticeship. 8 l Diploma/ BTEC Nationa loma Extended Dip NVQ ses Access Cour ls ve Le 2 AS/A NVQs are based on national standards for various occupations. As you progress through the course, assessment of your skills and knowledge take place, so that you can see the areas that need to be developed to meet the standards. Taking an NVQ could be appropriate if you already have skills and want to improve them, or if you are starting from scratch. NVQs are based at Levels 1 to 5 on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). These are the main qualifications taken by 14 to 1 year olds. They are highly valued by schools, colleges and employers so will be useful whatever your future plans. Mathematics and English are particularly valued by employers and are important in enabling progression to higher levels whether academic or vocational. If English isn t your first language, you can apply for a course to help you improve your English. ESOL courses cover speaking, listening, reading, writing, vocabulary, punctuation and grammar. There are courses at different levels, and we will help you find the right level for you. Visit for course details and for more information. Your ns Qualificatio so far... ee GCSEs Grad ing Life rk o W r fo s ill Sk s e m Program Awards Progression vel E3 Basic Skills Le rmal No or few fo, or if you qualifications improve to ng are looki ills your basic sk What's your next step? Degree Diploma of Higher Education Foundation Degree NVQ Level 5 Professional Qualifications Level 4 Certificate of Higher Education Higher Apprenticeship Higher National Diploma Professional Qualifications NVQ Level 4/Level 4 Diploma AS/A2 Level Access Course BTEC Extended Diploma BTEC Subsidiary Diploma and 90 Credit Diploma CACHE Award, Certificate or Diploma NVQ / Diploma Advanced Apprenticeship BTEC Diploma BTEC Extended Certificate CACHE Diploma NVQ / Diploma Intermediate Apprenticeship Level 5 Level 1 Pre Entry & Entry Level Foundation Level Courses BTEC Level 1 Award, Certificate or Diploma NVQ Level 1/Level 1 Diploma Entry Functional Skills in and English Skills for Working Life Programme Progression Award Kick Start 9

6 How do I Apply? 1. Choose Your Course - First think about your personal ambitions, your abilities and your preferences. Have a good look through this guide and see what s on offer 2. Come & See the College - Attend an Open Event to see the facilities, meet staff members and ask any questions that you may have ESC is the first step to your future - apply now If you are under the age of 19 on 31 August 2015 and you meet the eligibility criteria your course is FEE forms can be found in the back of this guide or you can apply online at - You will then be invited in to ESC for an information and advice session where we will discuss every aspect of the course/s you have chosen. This is an important opportunity for you to make sure that this is the right course for you and for us to fully explain the details and requirements of your course - We will confirm what we can offer you. If you are taking exams your place may be conditional upon you achieving certain grades. Adult students with appropriate qualifications are usually offered unconditional places. Enrolment - You will be invited to come and enrol at the College in the summer. If you didn t do as well as you hoped in your school exams - don t panic, we will work to offer you a more appropriate course, often leading to your first choice at a later date. If you did better than you expected, we will help you to progress directly onto a higher level 10 You may be required to pay a resource fee and educational visit costs, however financial support is available for those who need it (subject to family income level) If you are under 1 years of age special arrangements have to be made and fees may be payable 19 and over? Depending on the qualifications you have already gained tuition, resource and/or exam fees may be payable for your course. 4. Advice & Interview The Offer The guidance below refers to students who have been ordinarily resident in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the past 3 years, if this is not the case please contact our Client Services team for advice. Under 19? Your Place 3. -Apply Once you ve found your course fill in an application form and return it to ESC. Application 5. Do I Have to Pay? If you are under the age of 24 and have not yet attained a Full qualification (equivalent to 4 AS levels), then you may not have to pay tuition or exam fees If you are aged 24 or over and have not yet attained a Full qualification (5 GCSEs A*-C) then you may not have to pay tuition or exam fees If you are aged 24 or older and wish to study for a or higher qualification, you will normally have to pay fees for each academic year of a course. The 24+ Advanced Learning Loans are now in operation to provide financial support to adults who wish to study at or higher. The loans are managed by the Student Loans Company who also manage the HE loans system. Financial Support If you need help with the cost of coming to College there may be support available through a College Bursary and other funding support schemes. Application forms are available from Client Services who will assess your application and see if you are eligible for financial support. This could include help with: Childcare costs Course equipment Educational visits Lunches at College Travel expenses Uniforms People in receipt of low incomes and a means tested benefit are most likely to be helped. Application forms are available from Client Services or at Basic Skills, Functional Skills & GCSE English or These courses are offered free, except where you already hold a GCSE grade C in the subject that you wish to study. Benefits If you are over 19, unemployed and in receipt of benefits please seek advice from the Client Services team on whether fees will be charged. more information on Financial Advice contact our Student Bursary Advisor based in Client Services : or 11

7 Client Services ESC is a friendly and dynamic place to learn, providing a safe learning environment for students to develop and achieve their full potential. This is an important time for you and decisions made now could have a significant effect on your future. The content within this guide will hopefully provide you with the initial information required to help you make the right decisions. We have a dedicated team of Client Services staff who are available throughout the year to help and support you. Further information or advice and guidance is offered in a wide variety of areas, including: A friendly Information Advice &, servic availableeal year round l in Course options, progression routes into learning, Higher Education and work Advice and through the National Careers Service Connect with us Financial advice and support Careers events and Higher Education fairs Personal support and welfare Our staff are trained to nationally recognised standards, which means all enquiries will be dealt with impartially, confidentially and in a transparent way. The College Safeguarding Officer, based in Client Services, provides a confidential personal support service to any students who would benefit from this. Commitment to Achievement he t l l a r o f t s e t la s new nts e v e & photos & compet itions r u o n i jo ial soc rks netwo Each full-time student is allocated a personal tutor, who is there to introduce you to the College, keep you informed about what s going on and most importantly, feed back to you on your progress and to support you to achieve your full potential. Personal tutors will help you set goals, guide you towards recognising strengths and weaknesses, work on areas for development, and provide advice on careers, Higher Education, or job applications. At ESC we believe you will reach your full potential if you make a real commitment to studying, and show respect for your fellow students, staff and the environment you work in. When you join ESC you will become part of the community. To help this happen we ask students to sign up to and comply with the behaviour standards set out in the College Code of Conduct. 12 Search East Surrey College 13

8 Look out for Apprentices Qualificatiohip n throughout s the guide or see page 83 fo r index Apprenticeships Who can apply? At East Surrey College we offer Apprenticeship programmes to all age groups aged 1+, from school leavers to adults seeking a career change. You need to have a job to start an Apprenticeship and we can support you to find the right employer with all our Apprenticeship vacancies advertised on our website. Apprenticeships are not just based on academic achievement. Practical skills and a passion to work in a particular area are of equal importance. If you do not have an Apprenticeship job lined up we can still support you in becoming an Apprentice through a Traineeship - see page 71 for more details. What's involved? You work towards a nationally recognised vocational qualification. Employers all over the country recognise and value Apprenticeships as they show that you ve been trained in the skills they need. Apprenticeships are designed by employers in the industry so they offer a structured programme that takes you through the skills you need to do a job well. You will also spend time training off the job, at the College for example, studying for vocational qualifications. What are the benefits? Apprenticeships enable you to learn on the job, building up knowledge and skills, gaining qualifications and earning money, all at the same time. 95% of our Apprentices are kept on by their employers at the end of their placement in full-time permanent positions. an You css on e r prog Higher a to ation Educ at East se cour y College Surre Meet JaDe Castles eigate School of Art HND Graphic Design & Illustration (UCAS course code: 022W) HND Music Production (UCAS course code: 039J) HND Photography (UCAS course code: 04W) HND Theatrical, Media & Special Effects Make-up (W452) BA (Hons) (top-up) Media & Special Effects Make-Up (subject to validation) Foundation Degree in Creativity for the Interactive Industries (subject to validation) (1L14) * Jade is a Management Apprentice at Winterbotham Darby. Five reasons why people study Higher Education courses at ESC? 1. During the 2014 celebrations for National Apprenticeship Week, Jade won the award for Exceptional Professionalism and Commitment to Learning. 2. I have found being an Apprentice to be a really enjoyable and easy experience; I am able to get a formal qualification from something I do on a daily basis. I loved it and would recommend it to anyone. What levels are available? Intermediate Apprenticeships (equivalent to five good GCSE passes). Apprentices work towards their vocational qualifications, Functional Skills and a relevant technical certificate. These provide you with the skills you need for your chosen career and provides entry to: Advanced Apprenticeships (equivalent to two A level passes) Advanced Apprenticeships work towards a qualification. To start this programme, you should ideally have five GCSEs (grade C or above) including and English and be working in a supervisory or team leader role Higher Apprenticeships (equivalent to a Level 4 or 5 qualification). This is an alternative to studying a degree or HND programme and focuses on professional qualifications. To discuss available opportunities, contact our Employer Services Team on Higher Education Exceptionally high quality of our courses and the employability skills that are embedded into them Smaller classes than at University, meaning more individual attention and support so each student benefits from highly personalised learning Opportunities to study at Level 4/5 nearer to home and/or work Aviation & Travel Foundation Degree in Aviation Operations Management (N853) BSc (Hons) (top-up) Aviation Operations Management (subject to validation) Foundation Degree in Travel & Tourism Management (N890) Foundation Degree in Event & Tourism Management (subject to validation) * * * * Business & Computing Foundation Degree in Business (N100) BSc (Hons) (top-up) Business (N201) Foundation Degree in Development for the Interactive Industries (subject to validation) (1K4) * * Lower tuition fees than Universities Caring Services Foundation Degree in Early Years Care & Education (L520) Classes are all timetabled on the same day(s) allowing for work and/or childcare to be organised around them Public Services & Sport HNC Public Services (L890) HNC Sport & Exercise Sciences (S201) * Teaching Foundation Degree in Lifelong Learning Technology HNC Automotive Engineering HND Automotive Engineering (18B5) HNC Construction HND Construction (K220) HNC Electrical & Electronic Engineering HND Electrical & Electronic Engineering (37C3) HNC Mechanical Engineering HND Mechanical Engineering (18DF) * Validated by Validated by Validated by 15

9 We were amazed at the high level of talent that was supported at eigate School of art and knew it was the college to progress to. Art, Design & Media East Surrey College is an approved centre for the University of the Arts London Awarding Body; a specialist awarding body offering qualifications in the creative arts, with an emphasis on art, design and communication. Students work to the highest standards and gain places at prestigious art schools and universities; including courses within London College of Fashion, London College of Communication (UAL), Chelsea School of Art (UAL), Wimbledon College of Arts (UAL) and Falmouth School of Art. As an alternative to further study students have also chosen to progress directly into employment. As an Art student you will have the opportunity to: go on the annual educational trip to Berlin take part in internal and external competitions work on live projects with local businesses collaborate with local artists exhibit your work in the end of year diploma show Meet Lauren Moody Lauren was selected to work in collaboration with The eigate Society to commemorate its 0th Anniversary with a permanent sculpture in eigate Priory Park. Her winning design was selected from over 50 students from local schools and colleges; it is currently being made and will be unveiled in the Park later this year. Lauren completed her Art Foundation year in June 2013 and has since progressed onto the HND Graphic Design and Illustration course at the College. Lauren said: I would recommend the Art Foundation at eigate School of Art as it gives you the opportunity to try out a range of subjects, learn new skills and work on live projects such as this one Please note that there will be a cost for any trips. However financial help is available, please contact Client Services on for more details. All students complete a work-related placement or project as part of their full-time study programme 1 Students will study English and as part of their course if they do not already hold a GCSE grade C or above in these subjects ry-focussed These indust ld lead to u courses co ers such as: exciting care 3D designer er Music produc Artist ner Graphic desig ) ilm (F r Directo ner Fashion desig ct Archite Illustrator Film maker Animator UAL Diploma in Art & Design LEVEL 4 Foundation Studies Art, Design & Contemporary Media 2 A Levels 2 Portfolio of work Aimed at post A Level students as well as mature students this course is a required prerequisite for most Higher Education creative subject areas. The Foundation Diploma Art & Design is nationally accredited by Ofqual and awarded by the University of the Arts London Awarding Body. You will study a very broad range that includes painting and drawing as well as workshops in 3D and photography, traditional and nontraditional skills. There is a focus on materials, processes and methods as you develop your own considered approach. You will need to be self-motivated as you will be set challenging work. The Foundation Diploma at eigate School of Art has a reputation for ensuring individual care and attention to its students. Mature students with or without formal qualifications are encouraged to apply. After a period of diagnostic and experimental workshops, you will specialise in a subject area pathway: Fine Art Graphic Design & Illustration Fashion & Textiles 3D Design Animation, Film & Video Digital Photography Sound Design Higher Education in a subject specialist pathway A very wide range of specialist art, design and media jobs are possible to aim for on the course It is clearly evident through the design, delivery and structure of the briefs, that behind this course is an enthusiastic and dedicated team. External Advisor, UAL 17

10 Every year the art students create a diploma show to showcase their best work has Olly had an amazing time, you have challenged, encouraged and motivated him to excel and achieve his best. We proudly attended the Star Pack awards when Olly won a prize. UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA Art, Design & Media Art & Design Art, Design & Media 1 Year 4 GCSE grade A*-E that includes Art or Design Technology, English & 2 Portfolio of practical work and written assignments This course offers a broad introduction to Art and Design and is suitable for those with little practical experience. You will improve your art and design skills whilst developing the personal skills and qualities needed for work to help you achieve your full potential. Start your journey on the route to a career in the creative industries of Art and Design. 1 Year GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or; BTEC Diploma Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-C in English & 2 Portfolio of work 2 Portfolio of work Build your experience and learn the important basic art and design skills. The Diploma Art & Design is nationally accredited by Ofqual and awarded by the University of the Arts London Awarding Body. This course is a vocational alternative to the A Level route offering a solid grounding for specialism. You will develop your basic art and design skills before choosing to specialise in a subject area pathway. Support and guidance is provided for portfolio preparation for UCAS applications or job interview. Mature students with or without formal qualifications are encouraged to apply. Some of the areas that you will explore include: Drawing and Painting 3D Work Photography Digital Imaging Graphics Animation Art & Design Creative Media Art & Design A very wide range of specialist art, design and media jobs are possible to aim for on the course 2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes Art or Design Technology, English & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English & Some of the areas that you will explore include: Drawing Painting Printmaking 2 & 3 Dimensions Mixed Media A very wide range of specialist art, design and media jobs are possible to aim for on the course The Extended Diploma Art, Design & Media is nationally accredited by Ofqual and awarded by the University of the Arts London Awarding Body. Some of the pathways that you will explore include: Fashion & Textiles Graphic, Illustration & Multimedia Design Three Dimensional Design Fine Art Animation Game Design Level 4 Art & Design Foundation Diploma HND courses The students and staff are keen to share and explore ideas and the welcoming and inclusive environment embodies a healthy creative community Mark Cremmen, Studio Manager, Art Matters 18 Art, Design & Media A career in the creative industries 19

11 Students work on live briefs FO A WIDE VAIETY OF OGANISATIONS Meet Oliver ea Art & Design student Oliver had his winning artwork framed and displayed in the Epoch Art Gallery s window in edhill. The Extended Diploma in Art and Design students visited the Gallery to find out about the commercial aspects of running a gallery, different materials and artists' work. The College arranged a live project brief with the Epoch Art Gallery entitled Who are You. Students were asked to explore techniques and processes from the Gallery visit and apply them to their work. It was exceptionally difficult to select one winner, as the students' work was to such a high standard. We chose Oliver ea s work as it DELIVEED a more polished end result for our window space. Nicci Ferry, owner of Epoch Art Gallery 20 UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA UAL AWADING BODY LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA Photography Creative Media Film & TV Production 2 Years 1 Year 2 Years GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or; BTEC Diploma Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-C in English & 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or BTEC Level 1 Diploma Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English & GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or BTEC Diploma Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-C in English & 2 Portfolio of work 2 Portfolio of work 2 Portfolio of work This course gives you a thorough grounding in a range of photographic skills and techniques. It is an ideal course if you want to progress on to Higher Education or enter the profession at a junior level. Mature students with or without formal qualifications are encouraged to apply. This course gives a general introduction to the media industry and provides a broad understanding in sound and moving image. It provides an introductory pathway to courses in film and television and sound and music production; offering a solid foundation for a career in the creative industries. The course has been designed to develop the skills required for progression into a career in the media industries, or onto Higher Education. Some of the areas that you will explore include: Camera Handling Digital and Darkroom Processes Photography Location Techniques Studio Photography HND Photography at ESC Some of the areas that you will explore include: Communication Techniques esearch Video Production Audio Production Animation Techniques Photographer Film Production Sound and Music Production Career in the film, sound or multimedia industry You will learn different aspects of the film/programme making process and gain an understanding of the general context of contemporary production. Some of the areas that you will explore include: Media Processes and Technical Skills Design and esearch Skills Audio Production and Technology Visual Production and Technology Interactive Production and Technology Creative Media Production Project Honours / Foundation Degrees HND courses in related subjects Writing for screen, production, post production and management roles in film and television Art, Design & Media 21

12 100% OF STUDENTS POGESSED to WOK O HIGHE LEVEL study* Music Production Meet Harrison Castle Harrison has been offered a 3 year Apprenticeship at the BBC as a Broadcast Engineer. He completed his qualification at ESC and then progressed on to the HND Music Production. In his last year at the College Harrison was nominated as Student Union President and took on a lead role in representing the students within the College. Sound & Music Production students set up their own record label called Neutral Ground. The label is run and managed by the students as a professional business LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA Music Production Sound & Music Production 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English & 2 Portfolio of work The course provides a grounding in the nature of the music industry. You will learn about job opportunities and roles as well as developing the skills required to produce music for a variety of products. Some of the areas that you will explore include: Working in the Music Industry Professional Development Exploring Musical Composition Producing a Music ecording Investigating an Area of Music Sound and Music Production Music Industry apprenticeships, sound engineering, computer-based music production 2 Years GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or BTEC Diploma Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-C in English & 2 Portfolio of work The course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of career opportunities within the sound and music industries. You will learn a range of contemporary production techniques and gain a command of the skills needed for progression to higher education or employment. Some of the areas that you will explore include: Music Production Techniques Sequencing Systems and Software The Sound and Music Industry Music and Society Sound Creation and Manipulation Acoustics for Musicians HND in Music Production at ESC Honours or Foundation Degrees in related subjects Sound engineering, sound design, music production, music management or live sound Art, Design & Media related Apprenticeships at ESC currently include: Social Media and Digital Marketing See page 14 for more information. To discuss available opportunities contact our Employer Services Team on or * 2012/13 known destinations - to further education or employment Karl is a first rate engineer and will go places in the music industry. He has a solid technical understanding and has good relationship skills which are key in this industry. The facilities are brilliant at East Surrey College and teachers are excellent. Damon Metrebian, owner of Super Bear Studios 22 Art, Design & Media 23

13 100% OF STUDENTS POGESSED to WOK O HIGHE LEVEL study* Aviation, Travel & Tourism East Surrey College is leading the way in creating the next generation of aviation, travel and tourism professionals. The College is the first in the UK to become an Aviation Skills Navigator College. It has the lead responsibility for the South East region, in partnership with the Aviation Skills Partnership (ASP). As part of your course you will have various opportunities to take part in trips and talks. Last year these included: trips abroad Gatwick airport and international airports airshows & aviation exhibitions training days guest speakers from travel based companies talks from ex students who are successfully working within the industry The sector needs a flow of the right people with the right skills and East Surrey College, with its strategic position in the Gatwick Diamond area, is ideally placed to lead this new initiative with its partners. 24 Simon Witts, Founder and Chief Executive of the The Aviation Skills Partnership Please note that there will be a cost for any trips. However financial help is available, please contact Client Services on for more details. All students complete a work-related placement or project as part of their full-time study programme Aviation EXTENDED DIPLOMA Students will study English and as part of their course if they do not already hold a GCSE grade C or above in these subjects These indust courses cou ry-focussed exciting careld lead to ers such as: Cabin crew Event manag ement Travel agent Holiday rep Air traffic cont rol Commercial p ilot training Ground hand ling Customer serv ice agent Airport securit y Cruise ship ho st LEVEL 2 Extended Certificate Aviation Operations 1 Year 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & 2 Coursework This course has been designed especially for those who wish to pursue a career in the Aviation Industry. The course will provide you with a broad knowledge and understanding of the sector and equip you with the right skills to pursue a variety of different career opportunities in this interesting and challenging industry. Students on this course will benefit from the opportunity of attending site visits to various aviation organisations and events, to see first-hand the exciting opportunities the industry has to offer. * 2012/13 known destinations - to further education or employment Health and Safety within Aviation Aviation Security Aviation Communications Airport Check-in Services Aircraft Boarding and Arrival Services Support Flight Operations BTEC Extended Diploma in Aviation Operations Apprenticeship A career in the aviation industry such as an Engineer, Cabin Crew, Pilot, Security Officer, Air Traffic Controller, Airport Operations, Airline Operations and Crewing 25

14 STUDENTS HAD THE Opportunity TO VISIT Virgin Atlantic s head office, Disneyland Paris, Amsterdam AND travel ON A Mini cruise to Spain TO FIND OUT MOE ABOUT THE INDUSTY Meet Jason Hopkins Jason completed his BTEC in Travel & Tourism and has been offered a full-time position with BA as cabin crew. Whilst at ESC, Jason also studied NCFE in Cabin Crew to supplement his studies as he wanted to differentiate himself from others and become more employable in the travel industry. Jason said: I have had a lot of support from my teachers, because they have a lot of experience in the industry. LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA LEVEL 2 Extended Certificate LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA Aviation Operations Travel & Tourism Travel & Tourism 2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & 2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or BTEC NQF Extended Certificate /BTEC QCF Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*- C in English & 2 Coursework The aviation industry has grown at a rapid pace, with many new start-up airline carriers, new flight routes and the development in regional airports. This has created a strong demand for a new, flexibly-skilled workforce. A BTEC Extended Diploma in Aviation Operations is a practical, work-related course that provides an introduction to the aviation industry. You learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic work-place situations, activities and demands. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. The UK Aviation Industry Security in the Aviation Industry Aviation Geography and Terminology Flight Operations Foundation Degree in Aviation Operations at ESC validated by the University of Brighton Airline/Airport management degree courses 2 oles in airports including Passenger Liaison, amp Work, Cargo Operations, Ground Handling, Cabin Crew and Customer Service Agent Aviation, Travel & Tourism 1 Year 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or BTEC NQF Extended Certificate /BTEC QCF Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*- C in English & 2 Coursework and computer based exams This qualification will inspire and enthuse students to consider a career in the travel and tourism sector. The course will provide opportunities for the development of transferable skills related to study and vocational application that provides a platform for success both within travel and tourism and elsewhere. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. The UK Travel and Tourism Sector UK Travel and Tourism Destinations International Travel and Tourism Destinations Travel and Tourism Business Environments Organising a Travel and Tourism Study Visit The Cruise Industry BTEC Extended Diploma in Travel & Tourism Apprenticeship 2 Coursework An Edexcel BTEC Extended Diploma in Travel and Tourism introduces you to the industry as a whole. It is a practical, work-related course, where you will learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Investigating Travel and Tourism Business of Travel and Tourism European Destinations Investigating the Cruise Industry Preparing for Employment in the Travel and Tourism Industry Working as a Holiday epresentative Careers in travel agencies, visitor attractions, accommodation, business travel, or transport providers such as airlines A Foundation Degree in Travel & Tourism Management at ESC validated by the University of Brighton Careers in the travel and tourism sector including roles such as Holiday epresentative, Tour Guides, Cabin Crew and Cruise Ship staff 27

15 Business, Accounting & IT Business and IT students have the opportunity to take part in a range of activities including: a team building activity day organising fundraising events for charities visits to see business schools at Universities trips to local businesses Please note that there will be a cost for any trips. However financial help is available, please contact Client Services on for more details. ry-focussed These indust ld lead to u courses co ers such as: exciting care Marketing Event planner Administrator Finance ces Human resour oper el ev d s System grammer Computer pro ager Database man IT technician ns Public relatio oper el ev d te Websi All students complete a work-related placement or project as part of their full-time study programme 28 Meet ebecca Hart ebecca was selected to work on a part-time work placement in the H department at Winterbotham Darby. The paid work experience placement was organised through the College s link with the company. Winterbotham Darby were really impressed with ebecca s enthusiasm, preparation for the interview and her presentation. She has since been offered a job where she will also study part-time on the Foundation Degree in Business at ESC. ebecca said: The work experience I have gained is priceless alongside my Business course. LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA LEVEL 2 Extended Certificate Business Administration Business 1 Year 4 GCSE grade A*-E that includes English & 2 Coursework This qualification introduces administrative practices and gives students a full breadth of essential knowledge, understanding and skills needed by a new employee in an administrative role. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Managing your Health at Work Communicating Electronically Welcoming Visitors Creating Business Documents Ideas for Small Business Job Opportunities in Business Administration Students will study English and as part of their course if they do not already hold a GCSE grade C or above in these subjects Business Extended Certificate Apprenticeship The skills that you will develop on this course will assist you to move into a job in an office environment 1 Year 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma at Merit/ Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English & 2 Coursework and computer based exams This is a practical, work related course, which develops the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to provide a sound, basic business education. You will develop important skills needed by employers and it will provide stepping stones for entry to employment. The course uses practical activities, presentations and involvement with local business wherever possible. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Enterprise in the Business World Finance for Business Principles of Marketing ecruitment, Selection and Employment Business Online Introducing Law and Consumer ights Business Extended Diploma Advanced Apprenticeship Employment opportunities range from careers in Sales and Finance to Human esources and Marketing We HAVE EXCELLENT links with local businesses ensuring that the courses are relevant and current 29

16 Students are encouraged to participate in industry-driven placements and competitions as part of their course LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 Business AAT Accounting AAT Accounting 2 Terms AAT Accounting or equivalent 2 Computer based exams 2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or BTEC NQF Extended Certificate /BTEC QCF Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*- C in English & 2 Coursework This is a practical, work focussed course, which develops the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to provide a sound, basic business education. The course is continuously assessed through assignments, project tasks and case studies. A number of trips are organised during the year to relate your learning to the world outside of college. In past years these have included Thorpe Park, London South Employment Tribunal, Cadbury World and Butlins. The course uses practical activities, presentations and involvement with local business wherever possible. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Introduction to Marketing ecruitment and Selection into a Business Financial Accounts International Business 1 Term 5 GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & 2 Computer based exams This qualification will give you experience of a wide range of Financial skills and knowledge. You will develop important skills needed by employers and it will provide stepping stones for entry to employment or self-employment. You will take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Processing Bookkeeping Transactions Control Accounts, Journals and the Banking System Working Effectively in Accounting and Finance Computerised Accounting Basic Costing Accounts Preparation Prepare Final Accounts for Sole Traders and Partnerships Costs and evenues Indirect Tax Professional Ethics in Accounting and Finance Spreadsheets Software AAT Accounting Advanced Apprenticeship 30 Career development would require progression on to AAT Accounting A Foundation Degree in Business at ESC validated by the University of Brighton Higher Education and professional studies This is an internationally recognised qualification based on practical, real-world accounting knowledge. You will develop important skills needed by employers and it will provide stepping stones for entry to employment or self-employment. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. Careers range from Sales and Finance to H and Marketing Business, Accounting & IT AAT Accounting Level 4 Continue studies with another chartered accountancy body Start a freelance career within accounting and finance or run your own business. As an AAT member in practice (MIP) you can offer accountancy, taxation or related consultancy services to the public in the UK or Channel Islands Business and finance related Apprenticeships at ESC currently include: Accounting Accounting Level 4 Business Administration Business Administration Customer Service Customer Service Financial Services Human esource Management Level 5 Management Social Media and Digital Marketing Team Leading See page 14 for more information. To discuss available opportunities contact our Employer Services Team on or We are delighted to be working in partnership with East Surrey College so that we can invest in local young people and help them to meet their potential. We have just appointed three apprentices in Business Administration who will be supported by East Surrey College to achieve their qualification. Liz Mouland, First Community Health & Care 31

17 best bit about the course was learning programming and then applying it. You get The to design computer games and animation, everyone creates something different. You create the graphics, functions and features everything. Meet Jack McLaughlin Jack completed IT Software Development with a triple distinction. Web solution agency Monochrome visited the College to give the students an overview of the cutting edge tools they use. Jack used the opportunity to approach the company gaining a part-time placement, which then led to him being offered a full-time job with Monochrome. It is really important that the College curriculum reflects what is going on in the industry. By equipping the students with the tools required in the workplace it builds confidence and communication skills which employers are looking for. If we can impart our knowledge on the students and help them develop their skills we have achieved our goal. LEVEL 2 Extended Certificate LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA ICT IT - Software Development 1 Year 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma/Extended Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English & 5 GCSE grade A*-C that includes English & or BTEC NQF Extended Certificate /BTEC QCF Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*- C in English & 2 Coursework and computer based exams 2 Coursework This is a practical, work related course, which develops the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to provide a sound, basic IT education. This qualification will give you experience of basic programming skills for software development; practical experience in developing; creativity in graphics and web design. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. This is a practical, work related course, which develops the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to provide a sound, basic IT education. This qualification will give you experience in a wide range of IT skills from web design and Office applications to basic programming and hardware installation, and provide you with practical assignments. You will also take part in work experience or a work based project during non-college days. The Online World Technology Systems A Digital Portfolio Creating Digital Graphics Software Development Mobile Phone Applications IT Extended Diploma Advanced Apprenticeship A junior role within the IT industry Adrian Munn, Sales Director at Monochrome 32 1 Year Business, Accounting & IT IT related Apprenticeships at ESC currently include: IT IT See page 14 for more information. To discuss available opportunities contact our Employer Services Team on or Communication & Employability Skills for IT Computer Systems Software Design and Development Developing Computer Games Website Production Computer Animation Higher Education Advanced professional studies Employment opportunities range from careers in IT including Web development, Programming and Hardware; to Business roles such as Sales, Finance, H and Marketing 33

18 Caring Services When studying on a Caring Services course you will have the opportunity to: take part in a work placement get involved with fundraising for Children in Need and other charities take part in enrichment activities attend trips and visits attend talks and presentations from guest speakers visit local schools Please also note that: a DBS check needs to be completed before you can commence your course. Therefore we ask that all applications for these courses are submitted by April 2015 you will need to buy a Caring Services uniform (polo shirt/fleece) you will need to pay for any trips work placements are mandatory for & 3 Early Years Educator and & 3 Health & Social Care Financial help is available, please contact Client Services on for more details. All students will complete a work placement as part of their full-time study programme 34 Meet Alison Shirley Alison was awarded Student of the Year for Children & Young People s Workforce. She completed a work placement in her first year at Furzefield Primary School and was asked back in her second year on the course. She is hoping to work there full-time for a year before returning back to ESC to study on the Foundation Degree in Early Years Care & Education. Alison said: I really enjoyed my course and want to become an early year s teacher. Students will study English and as part of their course if they do not already hold a GCSE grade C or above in these subjects These indu courses costryfocussed exciting c uld lead to areers suc h as: Nurse Care assis tant Nursery w orker Midwife Social wo rker Teacher Classroom assistant Pre-schoo l superviso r Early years Nursery n urse Physiothe rapist LEVEL 2 CETIFICATE (CACHE) LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA (CACHE) Introduction to the Early Years Educator Early Years Educator 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English &. A clean DBS check 2 Coursework and practical work placements This course introduces you to caring for children and young people. Learn how children develop physically and emotionally, as well as how they learn to interact with people. Understand how to work with children aged 0-5 years of age and prepare for employment. Child Development Safeguarding Supporting Children s Behaviour Positive Environments Early Years Educator or Health & Social Care 2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*- C that includes English &. A clean DBS check 2 Coursework and practical work placements This well known and respected qualification provides professional training in all aspects of child development and childcare. You will gain a qualification through an exciting and challenging programme, combining study and work placement. Child Development & Safeguarding Theoretical Perspective & Philosophical Approaches Early Years Provision Children s Welfare and Well Being Professional Practice & Children s Speech A BA degree in Childhood studies PGCE in a specialist subject Employment in a school or nursery Nursery Assistant Caring Services students take part in practical work placements as part of their course in local schools, nurseries and care homes 35

19 100% OF STUDENTS POGESSED to WOK O HIGHE LEVEL study* Health & Social Care Level 1 Meet Leah Skipper Early Years related Apprenticeships at ESC currently include: Childcare / Early Years Educator Childcare / Early Years Educator Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools See page 14 for more information. To discuss available opportunities contact our Employer Services Team on or Leah was awarded Student of the Year for the Subsidiary Diploma in Health & Social Care and had 100% attendance and punctuality for the whole year. Leah sourced each of her work placements; attending a special needs school, a charity for the elderly and a training organisation for people with learning disabilities. Scan the Q Code to hear what Childcare students say about their course 3 ChildCare & Young People s Workforce students completed their Award in Babysitting qualification Caring Services LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA Health & Social Care Health & Social Care 4 GCSE grade A*-E that includes English & 5 GCSE grade A*-D that includes English. A clean DBS check 2 Coursework This course offers an introduction into the Health and Social Care environment and covers working with a wide range of client groups. This course will help you reach your full potential by encouraging and developing the personal skills and qualities needed to work in the health and social care sector. Managing your Health at Work Creative Activities for Children Promoting Healthy Eating in Care Personal Care in Health and Social Care Investigating ights and esponsibilities at Work BTEC Diploma in Health and Social Care CACHE Introduction to the Early Years Educator Traineeship or Apprenticeship & or; BTEC Level 1 Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-D in English &. A clean DBS check 2 Coursework and practical work placements * 2012/13 known destinations - to further education or employment This course offers those interested in working within care or social care environments the chance to develop their practical skills including work experience. You will complete placements in relevant settings, where you are assessed to complete a vocational unit. Individual ights in Health and Social Care Individual Needs in Health and Social Care Safe Environments in Health and Social Care Healthy Living Human Lifespan Development BTEC National Diploma in Health and Social Care CACHE Early Years Educator Traineeship or Apprenticeship Junior employment in the health sector, including nursing homes, community care and learning difficulty homes and day centres Employment in the health sector, including nursing homes, community care and learning difficulty homes and day centres 37

20 ChildCare and Health & Social Care students raised over 190 for Children in Need LEVEL 3 LEVEL 3 Health & Social Care Access to Nursing & Health elated Professions Access to Social Work & or; BTEC Diploma Merit/Distinction and GCSE grade A*-C in English &. A clean DBS check 2 Coursework and practical work placements what Health & Social Care students say about their course Access to Nursing LEVEL 3 extended DIPLOMA 1-2 Years 5 GCSE grade A*- C that includes English Scan the Q Code to hear 100% OF STUDENTS POGESSED to WOK O HIGHE LEVEL study* This is a practical, work related course. You will learn by completing projects and coursework based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands. As well as learning about the Care employment sector, you will develop the knowledge and skills needed for starting a valuable career in this area. Health & Social Care related Apprenticeships at ESC currently include: Health and Social Care Health and Social Care Care Leadership and Management Level 5 See page 14 for more information. To discuss available opportunities contact our Employer Services Team on or Development through the Life Stages Anatomy and Physiology Personal and Professional Development Sociological Perspectives Psychological Perspectives GCSE grade A*-C in English & 2 Coursework This course is designed for adults not already in possession of a suitable qualification. It is an approved route to higher level qualifications, training programmes, and University degrees within nursing and other health related professions. Human Biology Health Studies Sociology & Psychology of Health Mental Health Extended Diploma (subject to positive reference from your tutor) Degree level study such as nursing, social work, teaching, radiography, complementary therapy or psychology A degree in nursing or other health professions such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiography, paramedics, midwifery and podiatry GCSE grade A*-C in English & 2 Coursework This course is designed for adults not already in possession of a suitable qualification. It is an approved route to higher level qualifications, training programmes, and University degrees within Social Work and other health related professions. 38 A degree in Social Work Employment in the social care sector Employment in the health sector, including hospitals, nursing homes and community care Employment in the health sector, including nursing homes, hospitals, community care and learning difficulty homes and day centres including progression in to management positions Caring Services * 2012/13 known destinations - to further education or employment Introduction to Psychology Criminology Social Work Skills Sociology Family Law 39

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