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1 CONSORTIUM COURSES INTRODUCTION Redborne students now have the opportunity to study vocational qualifications at either level 1 or level 2 through the Central Beds Consortium. Students will attend for one day a week in Years 10 and 11. They will be taught by teaching staff from the school or college. Transport will be provided. Consortium courses are equivalent to two option blocks. Students on the college course will be taught together for their core lessons in ICT, Personal Wellbeing, PE and RS on their days back in school. The school provides transport to college and students will need to arrive to school in time for onward transport to the college. The school maintains regular contact with college staff. Attendance, punctuality, progress and behaviour are all closely monitored. Parents receive termly reports from Bedford and Shuttleworth colleges. Samuel Whitbread Academy reports to parents twice yearly. Students will be expected to follow rules laid down by the school and the college and behave in a sensible manner at all times. These courses have tended to be very popular in recent years and the number of applications has often been greater than the number of places available. For level 1 courses, students may be selected on factors such as attendance at school and attitude to study as recorded through effort grades in year 9. Level 2 courses usually have an entry requirement of particular National Curriculum levels. Before making a decision, you will have a chance to attend the Open Evenings at Bridges Centre, Bedford College, or Shuttleworth College 1

2 Directory of consortium courses Subject Page ENGINEERING LEVEL 2 3 MOTOR VEHICLE LEVEL 1 6 CONSTRUCTION LEVEL 1 7 CONSTRUCTION LEVEL 2 9 HAIR AND BEAUTY LEVEL 1 11 HAIR AND BEAUTY LEVEL 2 13 HORSE CARE (EQUINE STUDIES) LEVEL 2 15 SPORT (OUTDOOR EDUCATION) LEVEL

3 ENGINEERING LEVEL 2 Samuel Whitbread At a glance Course title Engineering Level 2 Assessment method XCCC Introduction The BTEC level 2 First Diploma in Engineering is a specialist course delivered at the Samuel Whitbread Academy s Engineering facility that occupies one day per week on a student s timetable. It is designed for those wishing to pursue a career in engineering and gives students a broad introduction to the field. Course details BTEC courses are modular and made up of various units of study over a two year period, each of which add up to form a final grade on completion. Each unit of study is designed to investigate a different aspect of engineering practice or the industry as a whole and is assessed through a range of coursework portfolios, reports, presentations, practical exercises and examinations. Units of study may include: Engineering Design Electronic Circuit Construction Machining Techniques Mathematics for Engineers Material Science Investigating the Engineering World. Course Aims With a core underpinning of knowledge, skills and understanding the course aims to allow progression to further study and to prepare learners to enter the workplace with confidence. In addition to providing a broad base of knowledge, learners have the opportunity to investigate specialist areas of interest and will develop essential skills and attributes prized by employers, further education colleges and higher education institutions. 3

4 Course requirements The course is demanding and requires students to have a mature and proactive approach to their learning coupled with a genuine enthusiasm for engineering. Predicted grades of at least C in maths, science and English are required and students should be comfortable applying scientific and mathematical theory to their work. Progression The natural educational progression from the course is to a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering or A-level qualifications in maths, science and design technology. Students who achieve the Level 2 qualifications are also very well placed to move into the engineering world via an apprenticeship where a college course is combined with work place training at a host company. To find out more about this course, visit the information stall at the Redborne Parents Evening on Monday February 9th. 4

5 At Bedford College 14+ Vocational Centre, Brundtland Building TUESDAY 20 th January 2015 Drop in between pm Come along with your family and learn more about the course you are interested in applying for, meet the 14+ staff and tutors, see a DVD and take a tour of Bridges. At Shuttleworth College Saturday 24 th January 2015 Drop in between Come along with your family and learn more about the course you are interested in applying for, meet the tutors, and take a tour of Shuttleworth We look forward to meeting you 5

6 MOTOR VEHICLE REPAIR Bedford College At a glance Course title IMIAL Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance Level 1 Assessment method PPTT Introduction This qualification is designed to engage and motivate year olds who are interested in learning about the maintenance of motor vehicles and the various roles that are available in the retail motor industry. Content Introduction to the Motor Industry Tools, equipment and materials for vehicle maintenance Covers basic health and safety and associated areas Practical and theory of basic motor vehicle maintenance skills Practical and theory of basic motorcycle maintenance skills The emphasis of the course is on learning by doing which means students will experience a substantial amount of practical work carried out in the workshop environment. The underpinning knowledge will be delivered in the classroom and related to the practical tasks. Assessment The qualification has a practical approach to assessment and includes many visual questioning techniques, which will stimulate and interest the learner. The learning outcomes are assessed by a variety of task based assessment, observation, oral questioning and online assessments. The diploma consists of externally assessed theory units, internally marked knowledge assessments and practical tasks. The theory units make up 50% of the final grade and are assessed by written phase tests with some of the units also having on-line multiple choice exams. Progression If you successfully complete this qualification you may be able to progress on to a higher level course in Vehicle Maintenance. The qualification may also be advantageous to those wishing to gain an apprenticeship in the motor industry. Entry Guidance In order to take part in this course you need to have a good level of reading and writing skills along with an interest in motor vehicle and dealing with people. You will be expected to wear Personal Protective Equipment as detailed by Bedford College. There are three stages to entry: Application form to be submitted through your school An opportunity to visit the college and see our facilities and talk to staff Successful completion of the college based taster session 6

7 At a glance Course title Level 1 Assessment method BTEC Level 1 Diploma in Construction CCCP Bedford College CONSTRUCTION LEVEL 1 Introduction This course provides a good introduction to the construction industry and an opportunity to develop a range of practical skills in carpentry, brickwork and painting and decorating. The structure of the course allows you to develop your interests and to gain a broad range of appropriate practical and underpinning knowledge, to enable you to undertake initial work or progress to further study. Content The delivery of the course promotes, in an interesting way, skills in: Team building Problem solving Communication Numeracy Hand and eye coordination Safe working practices Construction related units are: Starting work in construction Working in construction Developing skills and working safety in construction Personal effectiveness Social responsibility at work Developing joinery skills Developing trowel skills Developing painting and decorating skills 7

8 Assessment Each unit will be assessed against grading criteria set by the awarding body. A variety of assessment methods are available such as performance observation, written work, case studies, external assessment, internal assignments and practical projects. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of the grading criteria providing, wherever possible, a realistic scenario for learners to work with and making use of practical activities. There is also some external assessment which will be marked by the awarding body Progression On successful completion of this qualification you may progress on to further studies in the construction area with the potential of entering the workplace in an appropriate support role or progress onto a higher construction related course or apprenticeship. Entry Guidance In order to take part in this course, you need to have a reasonable level of reading and writing skills along with an interest in construction. You must also have a good record of attendance and positive behaviour report from your school. You will be expected to wear personal protective equipment as detailed by Bedford College. There are three stages to entry: An opportunity to visit the college and see our facilities and talk to staff Application form to be submitted through your school Successful completion of the college based taster session For further information attend the open evening at Bedford College 14+ Vocational Centre, Brundtland Building Tuesday 20 th January 2015 Drop in between pm 8

9 Bedford College Course title Level 2 Assessment At a glance BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Construction CCCP CONSTRUCTION LEVEL 2 This qualification is designed to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to prepare learners for possible further studies within the field of construction. The qualification includes core and specialist units that have been selected by Bedford College to provide a range of learning experiences. All units are directly relevant to the changing needs of the construction industry. Content The delivery of the course promotes, in an interesting way, skills in: Team building Problem solving Communication Numeracy Hand and eye coordination Safe working practices The course units are: Structure of the construction industry Exploring health and safety and welfare in construction Sustainability in the construction industry Construction processes and operations for low rise domestic buildings Construction methods and techniques for low rise domestic buildings Construction drawing techniques Exploring carpentry and joinery Performing carpentry operations Performing joinery operations Exploring trowel occupations Performing brickwork operations Exploring painting and decorating 9

10 Assessment Each unit will be assessed against grading criteria set by the awarding body. A variety of assessment methods are available such as performance observation, written work, case studies and projects. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of the grading criteria, providing wherever possible a realistic scenario for learners to work with and making maximum use of practical activities. There will also be some external assessment marked by the awarding body. Progression On successful completion of this qualification, students may progress on to further studies in the construction area. This may include courses which specialise in a single trade, higher level construction diplomas, apprenticeships or post 18 level studies. Entry Guidance In order to take part in this course, you must have an interest in construction and meet the entry criteria listed below. You must also have a good record of attendance, a positive behaviour report and be recommended as being suitable for a level 2 programme by your school. You will be expected to wear personal protective equipment as detailed by Bedford College. There are three stages to entry: Application form to be submitted through your school An opportunity to visit the college and see our facilities and talk to staff Successful completion of the college based taster session Entry criteria (minimum) Indicator grades: Maths C English C Science C For further information attend the open evening at Bedford College 14+ Vocational Centre, Brundtland Building Tuesday 20 th January 2015 Drop in between pm 10

11 Bedford College Course title At a glance Level 1 Assessment method City and Guilds Diploma in an Introduction to the Hair and Beauty sector PCCC HAIR and BEAUTY level 1 Introduction The hairdressing and beauty therapy industries are a world of opportunity for highly trained and experienced professionals. This course is intended for those who wish to explore their interest in the hairdressing and beauty sector. It will help them gain insights about the industry, and learn useful basic skills and relevant background knowledge. Programme Aims: To provide a broad background of understanding of the hairdressing and beauty sector. To provide a knowledge of the range of jobs and work settings in the sector to enable learners to make an informed choice of career. To introduce the learner to hair and beauty based vocational skills. Content Year 1 There are eight units in the first year: Introduction to the hair and beauty Hand care sector Presenting a professional image in a Styling women s hair salon Shampoo and conditioning Nail art Follow health and safety in the salon Plaiting and twisting 11

12 Assessment Assessment is by practical observation and written assignments. During year 1 both practical observations and assignments must be successfully completed to achieve a pass for each unit. Year 2 After gaining the units in the first year you can progress to the second year to complete the Diploma gaining an awareness of both hairdressing and beauty. The final year will cover the following: Colour hair using temporary colour Skin care Applying basic make up Themed face painting Create a hair and beauty image Assessment Your newly acquired practical skills will be assessed continuously. All theoretical knowledge is assessed by project assignments, case studies, portfolio building and written tests, with a competition at the end of the course. There will also be some external assessment which will be marked by the awarding body. Progression Students may progress onto an NVQ level 1, apprenticeship training programme or other level 2 qualifications in hair or beauty, subject to meeting the entry criteria detailed in the college prospectus. Entry Guidance In order to take part in this course you need to have a reasonable level of reading and writing skills along with an interest in hairdressing, beauty and working with people. A requirement of the course is to be a model during practice and assessment sessions so all learners can get a fulfilled experience of the course. You will be expected to wear a salon uniform as detailed by Bedford College. There are three stages to entry: Application form to be submitted through your school A tour of the college facilities and the opportunity to see students at work Successful completion of the college based taster session For further information attend the open evening at Bedford College 14+ Vocational Centre, Brundtland Building Tuesday 20 th January 2015 Drop in between pm 12

13 Bedford College Awarding body Course title Level 2 Assessment At a glance City and Guilds Diploma in Hair Services and Level 2 award in photographic make-up PCTT HAIR and BEAUTY level 2 Introduction This qualification is designed for candidates who wish to work in the hair, beauty or media make-up industries. Both level 2 qualifications are vocational and focus on the development of the underlying principles and practical skills required in industry. The qualifications are designed to deliver occupational capability and a sound platform, from which to enter into employment or progress into further learning or training. Content Diploma Level 2 in Hair Services Introduction to the hair and beauty sector Follow health and safety practice in the salon Client consultation for hair services Shampoo and condition the hair and scalp The art of dressing hair The art of coloring hair Plaiting and twisting hair Styling men's hair Promote products and services to clients in the salon Level 2 Award In Photographic Make-up The aim of this award is to introduce the learner to research and develop ideas, on how to create and achieve a make-up suitable for a photographic image. Learners will extend their knowledge of specialist make-up techniques, and develop practical skills through, demonstrations, tutorials and individual training. Theory sessions will cover the underpinning knowledge of the following units: Photographic Make-up Create an image based on a theme within the hair and beauty sector Please note: Throughout this unit, students must also demonstrate the ability to work on their own initiative 13

14 Assessment Each unit will be assessed against grading criteria set by the City and Guilds. A variety of assessment methods are available to meet the needs of each learner. Progression On successful completion of these qualifications, students may progress on to further studies in hairdressing, beauty therapy or media make-up. All learners will be equipped to apply for full time courses or the apprenticeships route. Entry Guidance In order to take part in this course you must have a genuine interest in hair and beauty and meet the entry criteria as listed below. You must also have a good record of attendance, a positive behaviour report and be recommended as being suitable for a Level 2 programme by your school. You will be expected to wear salon uniform as detailed by Bedford College. There are three stages to entry: Application Form to be submitted through your school An opportunity to visit the College and see our facilities and talk to staff Successful completion of the College based taster session 14

15 HORSE CARE (EQUINE STUDIES) At a glance Course title BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate in Horse Care Level 2 Assessment method CCCT Introduction If you are interested in a career working with horses then this is a good place to start. This level 2 course combines theoretical and practical aspects of horse care and our Equine Centre provides the resources to practise your skills. There are a variety of different types and breeds of horse stabled in a covered yard at the centre. During the programme, part of the day will be spent undertaking routine duties on the yard in order to provide the necessary work experience component of the course. Content Shuttleworth College Year 1 Undertake routine stable duties Understand and carry out the principles of feeding and watering horses Undertake horse handling Fit and maintain horse tack and clothing Year 2 Undertake work related experience in the work based industries Undertake horse grooming, trimming and plaiting Introduction to lungeing horses Understand the principles of horse biology *Units may be subject to change Assessment This practical based course follows a continuous assessment route. Each unit is assessed continually throughout the year using a variety of methods to include assignments, presentations, practical assessment, oral assessment and in-class tests. Progression Students who successfully complete this qualification and have supporting GCSE grades of functional skills may apply to progress onto a Level 3 course in Horse Management. 15

16 Entry Guidance In order to take part in this programme you must have an interest in caring for horses and meet the criteria below. The course involves a lot of physical activity and outdoor work. You must also have a good record of attendance, a positive behaviour report and be recommended as being suitable for a level 2 programme by your school. You will be expected to wear personal protective equipment as specified below: Riding hat to current safety standards Gloves Steel toe cap boots/wellingtons (recommended) Entry Criteria (minimum) Indicator grades: Maths C English C Science C There are three stages to entry: Application form to be submitted through your school An opportunity to visit the college and see our facilities and talk to staff Successful completion of the college based taster session For further information, attend the Open Morning at Shuttleworth College on Saturday 24 th January 2015 Drop in between

17 SPORT (OUTDOOR EDUCATION) (EQUINE STUDIES) At a glance Course title BTEC Level 2 Sport (outdoor education) Level 2 Assessment method CCCC Shuttleworth College Introduction If you are interested in a career working in the outdoor education industry then this is an excellent place to start. The BTEC Level 2 Diploma combines theoretical and practical aspects of outdoor education and our staff and facilities provide the resources to learn and practise your skills. Content The level 2 diploma units are: Fitness testing and training Outdoor and adventurous activities Development of personal fitness Leading outdoor and adventurous activities Expedition experience Running and planning a sports event Injury in sport Assessment A variety of assessment methods are used, for example practical assessment, written work, and projects. Emphasis will be placed on learners being assessed using realistic scenarios and where possible making maximum use of practical activities. Progression Students who successfully complete these qualifications may apply to progress onto further qualifications for example the BTEC Extended Diploma in Outdoor Education or Level 3 Diploma in Outdoor Education. 17

18 Entry Guidance In order to take part in this programme you must have an interest in the outdoor industry and outdoor adventurous activities and meet the criteria listed below. You must also have a good record of attendance and a positive behaviour report from your school. You will be expected to wear personal protective equipment as specified by the course tutor, such as a wet suit and waterproofs. There are three stages to entry: Application form - to be submitted through your school An opportunity to visit the college and see our facilities and talk to staff Successful completion of the pre-course session in June Entry Criteria (minimum) Indicator grades: Maths C English C Science C For further information, attend the Open Morning at Shuttleworth College on Saturday 24 th January 2015 Drop in between

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20 At Bedford College 14+ Vocational Centre, Brundtland Building Wednesday 15 th January 2014 Drop in between pm Come along with your family and learn more about the course you are interested in applying for, meet the 14+ staff and tutors, see a DVD and take a tour of Bridges. At Shuttleworth College Saturday 25 th January 2014 Drop in between Come along with your family and learn more about the course you are interested in applying for, meet the tutors, and take a tour of Shuttleworth We look forward to meeting you 20

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