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2 Visit us OPEN EVENINGS 2015/16 Monday 12 October pm 7.00pm Monday 30 November pm 7.00pm Thursday 11 February pm 7.00pm Monday 6 June pm 7.00pm Southport College, Mornington Road, Southport, PR9 0TT CONTENTS Study at the University Centre 6 Facilities at the University Centre 8 Applying to Southport College 10 Student finance 12 COURSES AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE BA (Hons) Working with Children and Families (Child Young People and Family Studies) 14 Foundation Degree Children, Young People & their Services 14 HNC Business 15 HND/HNC Criminology 16 HND/HNC Computing and Systems Development 19 HNC Engineering 20 HND/HNC Creative Media Production 20 HND/HNC Games Design 21 HND/HNC Graphic Design 23 BA Hons/HND/HNC Health & Social Care 24 HND/HNC Photography 26 Access to Higher Education Diploma Health & Caring Professions Level 3 28 Access to Higher Education Diploma Social Science Level 3 30 Higher Education Diploma Education Level 3 30 Access to Higher Education Diploma Business Level 3 31 Access to Higher Education Diploma Science & Allied Medical Professions Level 3 32 Pre-Access Progression Diploma Health & Social Care Level 2 34 Pre-Access Progression Diploma Social Science Level 2 34 Award in Education & Training Level 3 34 Certificate in Education & Training, Introductory Level 1 HE/Level 4 NQF 35 Cert Ed / PGCE (Education & Training) Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector 36 Teaching Assistants Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2 36 Teaching Assistants Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 3 37 Our university partnerships 38 I AM DELIGHTED TO WELCOME YOU TO OUR UNIVERSITY CENTRE PROSPECTUS. At Southport College we aim to give all our students an exceptional experience. The University Centre and our specialist facilities provide the best possible environment for higher level studies. Our degree level courses are designed to prepare you for a rewarding career in your chosen field. They are, in some cases, validated by partner universities meaning you can gain a full honours degree while studying at Southport College. Students who study with us benefit from affordable course fees, small class sizes, high levels of support and expert tuition from industry experienced and professionally qualified staff. We also provide, where possible, opportunities to gain relevant professional experience through live briefs or projects. We firmly believe that our University Centre is truly a great place to study and succeed. You are welcome to pay us a visit, either at our Open Evenings, or through contacting us directly. I do hope to have the opportunity to welcome you as a student soon. John Clarke The Principal 3

3 universal 4 5 THE HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMMES OFFERED AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE UNIVERSITY CENTRE COVER A WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS AND CAN BE STUDIED FLEXIBLY ALONGSIDE WORK OR FAMILY COMMITMENTS WITH HIGHLY COMPETITIVE COURSE FEES.

4 Study at the University Centre WHY STUDY AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE UNIVERSITY CENTRE? 33Our University Centre is a self-contained area within Southport College to give you private study zones and dedicated classroom spaces. 33You will study in much smaller classes than large universities and benefit from the improved level of tutor contact. 33Our tutors are all industry experienced. They bring many years of experience and connections to pass on to you. 33Live briefs or client projects are an integral part of the courses. You will gain valuable work experience to enhance your CV and job applications. 33Our course fees are extremely competitive and can be paid using the student loan system VISIT AN OPEN EVENING Open Evenings are relaxed events which provide you with the chance to talk to tutors about the courses, have a look at the facilities, discuss finance and even apply for your course. OPEN EVENINGS 33Monday 12 October pm to 7.00pm 33Monday 30 November pm to 7.00pm 33Thursday 11 February pm to 7.00pm 33Monday 6 June pm to 7.00pm To arrange a tour or visit outside of these dates you can contact our School Liaison team on WHEN YOU CHOOSE TO STUDY AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE S UNIVERSITY CENTRE YOU ARE CHOOSING TO STUDY AT A WELL-ESTABLISHED INSTITUTION WITH EXCELLENT FACILITIES.

5 Facilities at the University Centre 8 9 THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE IS WELL STOCKED WITH BOOKS AND LEARNING RESOURCES. YOU CAN SELF-LOAN LAPTOPS AND THERE ARE QUIET STUDY AREAS AS WELL AS A RELAXATION AREA EXCLUSIVELY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS. BUT THE OUTSTANDING FACILITIES DON T END THERE: OUR FACILITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE 33Students on our creative courses have access to industry standard facilities and equipment 33The software used on the Games Design course was used to make Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean. 33Creative Media students have access to a fully-equipped TV studio and edit suite 3 3 High-end digital SLR cameras and lenses can be loaned by Photography students as well as having access to computers with photo editing software 33Graphic Design students have access to a range of printing presses, Apple Macs, study spaces full of natural light and a gallery to exhibit and sell their work 3 3 Computing students benefit from modern Windows PCs with simulated infrastructure and networking facilities. 33Science students can make use of brandnew classrooms and science labs 33Our newly-refurbished Tony Leigh building contains a simulated hospital ward and nursery to be used by our Health & Social Care students

6 Applying to Southport College STEP 1 Application You can apply online at ac.uk or download and return a paper form. Once we receive your application we will store it securely and arrange an interview with you at the College. You do not have to apply through the UCAS system although applications via UCAS are accepted. STEP 2 Interview You will be invited in for an interview to check if the course is right for you. It s also your chance to ask about finance and learning support at the College. You will receive a letter with the time and date of your interview along with any special instructions. STEP 3 Formal offer We send you a formal offer letter which fully explains the grades you need to get on to the course. You need to return the slip included in the formal offer letter to confirm your place. STEP 4 Enjoy your summer! After you have finished your exams take some time to relax and enjoy your summer break, you ve earned it! But don t worry, we are here should you have any questions. STEP 5 Enrolment In August you will get a letter inviting you in to enrol on your course. You will need to bring your qualification certificates or A-Level results slip on the day. Any other special instructions will be in the letter. HONOURS DEGREES HND/HNC Honours Degrees are the highest level of qualification offered at Southport College. They involve three years of study and combine some practical sessions alongside theory based learning, often with a dissertation or project in the final year. Students who have completed HNDs may be eligible to top-up to an Honours Degree. HNCs (Higher National Certificates) and HNDs (Higher National Diplomas) are workrelated (vocational) Higher Education qualifications. Whilst bachelor s degrees tend to focus on gaining knowledge, HNCs and HNDs are designed to give you the skills to put that knowledge to effective use in a particular job. HNCs take two years to complete part-time and HNDs take two years full-time and can also be taken part-time over three years. They are highly valued by employers both in the UK and overseas and can also count towards membership of professional bodies and other employer organisations. HNDs and HNCs can also provide exemption from certain degree modules. FOUNDATION DEGREES Foundation Degrees are designed to equip you for a particular area of work; as well as giving you the general skills that are useful in any type of job. They re university-level qualifications, like other degrees but Foundation Degree courses are designed with a particular area of work in mind, with the help of employers from that sector. Typically, you ll get the chance to learn in the workplace as well as the classroom. Foundation Degrees offer a route into Higher Education for people of all ages and backgrounds. Please note all Foundation Degrees include a compulsory placement. ACCESS AND PRE-ACCESS COURSES Access to Higher Education courses are designed for people who want to take a university level course, but who didn t gain the qualifications they needed while at school. Each Diploma includes units in several different subjects, and taken together these prepare students for the study of a particular subject at degree level. Access courses are designed to help you get back into education, and our tutors will provide all the support and guidance you need to achieve your goals. Our Pre-Access courses are for learners who want to progress into Further or Higher Education courses, but who maybe didn t gain the necessary qualifications to go straight into a Level 3 course. The courses are designed to develop knowledge and understanding of the chosen subject but also to assist students with the skills necessary for successful completion of the Access courses. TEACHER TRAINING At Southport College we offer the full range of teacher training courses for individuals looking to enter this sector. Courses begin with the Certificate in Education and Training, Preparatory which provides an introduction to teaching and it s the essential first step towards becoming a teacher. We also offer the Certificate in Education and Training, Introductory which is a qualification that represents the associate teacher role. Finally, the PGCE/CertEd corresponds to the full teacher role and is one of the final steps towards becoming a fully qualified teacher. For Teaching Assistants, we offer Level 2 and 3 certificates in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools aimed at developing the knowledge, skills and practice required for supporting children and young people s learning in schools AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE WE WANT TO MAKE APPLYING FOR A COURSE AS EASY AS POSSIBLE. WITH THAT IN MIND WE HAVE PRODUCED A HANDY GUIDE WHICH EXPLAINS EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU APPLY TO US. WE OFFER A WIDE RANGE OF COURSES WITH FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS.

7 Student finance STUDENTS OF ANY AGE STUDYING BA HONS, FOUNDATION DEGREES, HNDS OR HNCS Payment for our university level courses is normally through the Student Loan system. Students must have proof of their loan in place before they can enrol on a course. You can apply for a loan by visiting gov.uk/student-finance You can also pay your course fees in full without a loan or via an invoice to your employer if they are paying for you. STUDENTS AGED 24 OR OVER STUDYING ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION OR LEVEL 3 TEACHING ASSISTANT COURSES Advanced Learning Loans have been introduced for learners aged 24 and above, who are studying at Level 3 and above and whose course starts on or after 1st August These loans will cover the cost of tuition so you don t have to pay up front. Interest on the loans is lower than anything available on the high street and linked to inflation. It s really easy to apply, your household income isn t taken into account and there s no credit check. Repayments don t start until April 2017 and you won t have to pay anything back until you are earning over 21,000 a year. The good news is that where a student takes out a loan for an Access to Higher Education course, the outstanding amount is written off upon completion of a Higher Education programme. STUDENTS AGED UNDER 24 STUDYING ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION OR LEVEL 3 TEACHING ASSISTANT COURSES Students aged under 24 whose course starts on or after 1 August 2016 are required to pay their tuition fees in full before the course commences. Many students are eligible for bursaries and/ or grants to assist with their tuition fees. Full information regarding eligibility and up to date information on all your funding options can be found at or by contacting Student Guidance. ALL OTHER COURSES Students on all other courses are required to pay their tuition fees in full before the course commences. Assistance may be available for certain students. If you require assistance with your fees then please contact Student Guidance to check eligibility. Course Course fee per annum Duration NON-EU NATIONALS Students from outside the EU may be subject to overseas fees. For further information regarding these fees, please refer to guidance from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) at DISABLED STUDENTS ALLOWANCE (DSA) DSA grants to help pay for additional equipment and support needed as a result of disability, ongoing health condition, sensory impairment, mental health condition or specific learning difficulty. The allowance can help with the cost of a non-medical helper, specialist equipment, the cost of extra travel and other course related items. To find out if you qualify and how to apply, please contact Student Guidance on or Apply early if you think you are eligible as the process can take a couple of months to complete. There is an annual College Administration fee of 15, and some courses may also carry materials, residential or miscellaneous fees. You will be given information during your interview. Health and Social Care BA (Hons) 6,000 3 years Full-Time Working with Children and Families BA (Hons) 6,000 1 year top-up Foundation Degree Children, Young People and their Services 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HND Health and Social Care 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HND Photography 6,000/ 3,000 plus up to 300 materials 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HND Graphic Design 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HND Computing 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HNC Criminology 6000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time HND Creative Media Production 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time YOUR AGE AND WHAT YOU ARE STUDYING CAN DETERMINE HOW MUCH YOUR HND Games Design 6,000/ 3,000 2 Years Full-Time/ 3 Years Part-Time COURSE COSTS AND HOW YOU CAN PAY FOR IT. BUT DON T WORRY, SUPPORT HNC Computing 2,000 2 Years Part-Time HNC Engineering 2,000 2 Years Part-Time IS AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU GET WHERE YOU WANT TO BE. HNC Business 2,000 2 Years Part-Time HNC Health and Social Care 2,000 2 Years Part-Time IF YOU NEED TO DISCUSS FINANCIAL SUPPORT AT ANY TIME YOU CAN TALK HNC Photography 2,000 plus up to 300 materials 2 Years Part-Time HNC Graphic Design 2,000 2 Years Part-Time TO OUR STUDENT GUIDANCE TEAM. CALL HNC Creative Media Production 2,000 2 Years Part-Time OR SOUTHPORT.AC.UK HNC Games Design 2,000 2 Years Part-Time

8 Duration and fees: See page 13 BA (HONS) FOUNDATION DEGREE HNC All applicants are expected to have GCSE Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of Working with Children and Families Children, Young People & their Services grade C in maths and English or hold Business the following entry requirements: (Child Young People and Family Studies) This Foundation Degree will enable equivalent certificates such as Numeracy The Edexcel BTEC Level 4 HNC in Minimum 120 UCAS points [top up] practitioners and professionals, children s Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills Business provides a specialist work-related At least 2 A Levels The one year top-up is available to students services employees, teaching assistants, English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. programme of study that covers the key who successfully complete the Foundation play workers and other interested students, We also accept other relevant qualifications knowledge, understanding and practical skills BTEC National Certificate/Diploma Degree in Children, Young People & their access to a qualification directly relevant to or work/industry experience. Work/industry required in the business sector and also International Baccalaureate Services or related foundation degree/ day to day employment. experience must show knowledge of and offers particular specialist emphasis through Access to Higher Education Diploma equivalent. This course is the ideal Units studied can include: commitment to the course. You will need to the choice of specialist units. Foundation Diploma preparation for a range of vocations working 33Self and Study demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Edexcel BTEC Level 4 HNCs provide a Level 3 NVQ with children and families in: the early years, Education level. nationally recognised qualification offering 33Aspects of Learning and Development teaching, youth work, social work, family career progression and professional All applicants are expected to have GCSE liaison, children s centres and more. The 33Children, Young People and their World Variety of assessment methods including development for those already in employment grade C in maths and English or hold course is jointly delivered by staff from the 33Difference and Diversity case studies, reports, time constrained and opportunities to progress into higher equivalent certificates such as Numeracy University of Cumbria and Southport College 33Policy and Practice assessments, essays and presentations. education. The qualifications are mode free Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills University Centre. but they are primarily undertaken by parttime learners studying over two years. We also accept other relevant qualifications English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. 33Promoting the Welfare of Children Awarding body: Units studied can include: and Young People University of or work/industry experience. Work/industry 33Personal/Professional Development 33Frameworks, Transitions and the Child Central Lancashire Learners studying the Edexcel BTEC Level 4 experience must show knowledge of and [Leadership and Management] (UCLan). HNC may be able to progress onto a HND in commitment to the course. You will need to 33Managing the Professional Role in Business, which allows more specialisation; 33Multi-agency Working in Safeguarding demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Practice this then allows progression to degrees in and Child Protection Education level. business subjects. 33Working in Partnership in the Early Years Duration and fees: See page 13 The Foundation Degree does not provide Units Studied OR Transitions in Children s Lives a licence to practice but will provide a 33Business Environment 33Current Issues in the Early Years OR foundation for students working to progress Continuous assessment through a series 33Managing Financial Resources and Youth Justice in to careers such as nursery or primary of graded assignments. Assignment work is Decisions 33Dissertation teaching, social care, working in children s subject to checks by external examiners to Further study and career options centres, youth services and special schools as 33Organisations and Behaviour ensure that national standards are met. The Working with Children and Families: teaching assistants, family support workers 33Marketing Principles Awarding body: Edexcel Children, Young People and Family Studies and childminders. Further study and careers options pathway focuses on children and young people up to the age of nineteen. The pathway is suitable for students who know Successful completion of this course allows you to progress to year three of the BA (Hons) in Education or BA (Hons) Children Learners studying the Edexcel BTEC Level 4 HNC should be able to progress to the second or third year of an undergraduate degree in a 14 they want to work with children and young Young People and Families at the University Gary Harland relevant subject or directly into employment people and/or families but are unsure which of Central Lancashire. in an associated profession Course Studied: career route to take. Foundation Degree Children, Applicants are required to fulfil at least one Young People and Their Services THE LIBRARY LEARNING CENTRE STAFF HAVE HELPED Foundation Degree in Children, Young of the following entry requirements: I got my O-Levels back in the 70s but People & their Services or a related Minimum 160 UCAS points signed up for evening classes in maths and foundation degree equivalent. At least 2 A Levels, English when I couldn t help my Duration and fees: See page 13 grandchildren with their homework. BTEC National Certificate/Diploma Returning to full-time education after a 40 International Baccalaureate Variety of assessment methods including year gap was a daunting prospect but I case studies, reports, time constrained Access to Higher Education Diploma found I really enjoyed being at Southport assessments, essays and presentations. College and it encouraged me to leave my Foundation Diploma job as a white van driver to pursue a career Awarding body: Level 3 NVQ working with children. I enrolled on an University of Cumbria Access course and then progressed onto 15 the Foundation Degree. Courses at the University Centre ME GET UP TO SPEED WITH USING COMPUTERS. THE COURSE TUTORS ARE VERY SUPPORTIVE AND ALWAYS GIVING UP THEIR SPARE TIME TO HELP. I M PLANNING ON TOPPING UP TO A FULL DEGREE WITH ONE YEAR AT EITHER UCLAN OR CUMBRIA THEN MOVING INTO A ROLE WORKING WITH CHILDREN.

9 Courses at the University Centre HND/HNC CRIMINOLOGY Criminology The Edexcel BTEC Level 4 HNC in Public Services (Criminology) provides a specialist, work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the Public Services sector and also offers particular emphasis through the choice of specialist units. This programme of study will specialise in Criminology. Units studied can include: Mandatory units 33Unit 1: Small-scale research projects in Public Services 33Unit 2: Organisations and Behaviour 33Unit 3: Fair Treatment in Public Services Specialist Units 33Unit 8: Psychology of Human and Criminal Behaviour 33Unit 9: Sociological Aspects of the Public Services in Contemporary Society 33Unit 14: Justice and Punishment 33Unit 15: Crime Reduction and Community Safety The course provides a nationally recognised qualification offering career progression and professional development for those already in employment and opportunities to continue studies. Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ Duration and fees: See page 13 All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Variety of assessment methods including case studies, reports, time constrained assessments, essays and presentations. Awarding body: Edexcel Tinashe Smart Course Studied: HNC Criminology I chose to study at Southport College as the HNC Criminology course was recommended to me by a friend; I am really glad I did. The staff are really supportive and willing to help you at any time, in and out of the classroom, and the facilities are really good too. I travel from Liverpool to study here so being so easily accessible by train has made studying much easier. The course is also quite flexible so I find it quite easy to fit it around working full-time as well as looking after a young family THE CRIMINOLOGY COURSE HAS GIVEN ME A GOOD INSIGHT INTO THE SUBJECT AND TALKING TO GUEST SPEAKERS HAS HELPED ME TO DISCOVER WHAT IT IS THAT I WANT TO DO AS MY CAREER. I WOULD LIKE TO TOP-UP MY HND TO A FULL DEGREE AT UNIVERSITY AND HOPE TO WORK IN LAW IN THE FUTURE.

10 Courses at the University Centre Brian Crowley Course studied: HND in Computing & Systems Development Brian Crowley is in the last year of his HND in Computing & Systems Development at Southport College s University Centre: I chose to study at Southport College s University Centre because of the location, choice of course and the fact that the hours meant I could work in the evenings too. The course is perfect for me as it covers all the subjects I am interested in and the modules all link together. HND/HNC Computing and Systems Development About the course: The programme aims to deliver a range of knowledge and professional skills in areas of e-commerce, mobile application development and website management. Students focus on the technical requirements for constructing commercial websites and mobile apps, including related aspects such as project management and current and emerging technologies. Students may also undertake an industrial placement as part of their studies. Units studied: 33Business Skills for e-commerce 33Computer Systems 33Employability and Professional Development 33Project Design Implementation and Evaluation 33Human Computer Interaction 33Website Design 33Computing and Systems Development 33Multimedia Design 33Emerging Technologies 33Database Design Concepts 33e-Commerce Strategy 33Web Applications Development 33Programming in Java 33Work-Based Experience This qualification prepares the student for Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Continuous assessment through a series of graded assignments. Assignment work is subject to checks by external examiners to ensure that national standards are met. Awarding body: Edexcel 18 employment as a webmaster, e-commerce THE TUTORS ARE AMAZING; THEY ARE SO KNOWLEDGEABLE AND developer or mobile app author. It also 19 enables students to top-up to a full degree. VERY ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT THEIR SUBJECTS. THEY ARE ALSO VERY SUPPORTIVE AND UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE A LIFE OUTSIDE OF YOUR STUDIES TOO. I WOULD 100% RECOMMEND THE COURSE; SOME WEEKS THERE ARE 20+ HOURS OF WORK TO BE DONE AT HOME BUT IT IS SO WORTH IT. WHEN I AM QUALIFIED I HOPE TO PURSUE A CAREER IN THE GAMES DESIGN INDUSTRY.

11 Courses at the University Centre HNC Engineering This course is ideal for people employed in an industrial position that requires a good understanding of mechanical/electronic engineering or provides an opportunity for progression for students. Units studied can include: 33Analytical Methods for Engineers 33Engineering Science 33Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation 33Mechanical Principles 33Electrical and Electronic Principles 33Health, Safety and Risk Assessment in Engineering 33Engineering Thermodynamics 33Research Project 33Engineering Design 33Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Testing 33Advanced Mathematics 33Computer Aided Machining The course allows progression to a BEng (Hons) degree at university and provides the necessary skills demanded by industry. Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Assessment is by a series of assignments during the course and in some units there is an additional end examination. Awarding body: Edexcel HND/HNC Creative Media Production The course provides students with a Film School experience which equips prospective film-makers with the skills to create a film from start to finish. Students will learn how to develop ideas, write scripts, produce, direct and edit films. You will use a range of resources, including digital SLR cameras, professional level HD video cameras, editing software and Mac computers. The course focuses on moving image production, so there is a large focus on short film production, documentary, experimental film, multi-camera studio programmes, foundation visual effects skills and video editing. Units studied can include: 33Contextual Studies for Creative Media Production (production, finance, distribution & marketing; audience theory & conventions) 33Research Techniques for Creative Media Production 33Practical Skills for Moving Image Production 33Film Studies 33Camera and Lighting Techniques for Moving Image Production 33Television Studio Production 33Fiction Production for the Moving Image 33Script Writing for Moving Image Production 33Moving Image Documentary Production 33Development and techniques of Film and Video Editing 33Work Experience in the Creative Media Sector 33Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation 33Specialist Subject investigation for Creative Media Production Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Successful students will leave the course having gained industry experience and with a portfolio of quality work to show prospective employers, which will include films, adverts and music videos. They will have also acquired the skills to set up their own production company or write and produce their own independent films. Awarding body: Edexcel HND/HNC Games Design The course aims to deliver a range of knowledge and professional skills in areas of games design, animation and 3D games engines. Students focus on the technical requirements for constructing computer games, including related aspects such as project management, games engines and design techniques. Students also undertake an industrial placement as part of their studies. Units studied can include: 33Contextual Studies for Creative Media Production (production, finance, distribution & marketing; audience theory & conventions). 33Research Techniques for Creative Media Production 332D Digital Graphics for Computer Games 33D Computer Game Engines 33D Modelling for Computer Games 33Career Development for the Computer Games Industry 33Production Techniques for Computer Games 33Computer Game Design Techniques 33Level Design for Computer Games 33Quality Assurance for Computer Games 33Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Continuous assessment through a series of graded assignments. Assignment work is subject to checks by external examiners to ensure that national standards are met. Successful students will leave the course having gained industry experience and with a portfolio of quality work to show prospective employers, which will include games, animations and show reels. Students will have also developed the skills to work in related industries such as film and television animation. Awarding body: Edexcel SOUTHPORT COLLEGE LISTENS TO THEIR STUDENTS, WE FEEL LIKE OUR VOICES ARE HEARD AND OUR SUGGESTIONS CONSIDERED.

12 Courses at the University Centre IF YOU DON T WANT TO GO TO UNIVERSITY THEN THE HND GRAPHICS AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE IS A GREAT COURSE TO DO TO GET A HIGHER LEVEL QUALIFICATION IN GRAPHIC DESIGN. Josh Enell Course Studied: HND Graphics I stayed on at Southport College to study my HND Graphics because it is much cheaper than going to university and you also benefit from having smaller class sizes and more support from the tutors. The staff here are great; they are all really good graphic designers and pass on their knowledge to the students and the facilities such as the mac loft and printing rooms are fantastic too. HND/HNC Graphic Design This course provides an opportunity to develop the intellectual, creative and technical skills required to be a successful contemporary practitioner in the Graphic Design industry. Students will receive training in the essential skills of visual communication and will have the opportunity to explore a range of forms of visual communication including illustration, print, typography, lens based media, time based media and computer aided graphic design. Through this integrated approach students will develop the skills required for a range of careers in graphic design and related fields. Units studied can include: 33Visual Communication in Art and Design 33Ideas Generation and Development in Art and Design 33Contextual and Cultural Referencing in Art and Design 33Professional Practice in Art and Design 33Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation 33Design Methods 33Design Principles 33Personal Style in Graphic Design 33Typographic Ideas 33Corporate Identity in Graphic Design 33Visual Communication in Graphic Design 33Management of the Design and Production Process 33Digital Image Creation and Development 33Drawing Techniques and Processes in Art and Design 33Research Project 33Work-Based experience 33Communication with Images in Art and Design Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ Portfolio of work Applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalents such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills in English or maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience that show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Variety of assessment methods including case studies, reports, time constrained assessments, essays and presentations. Employment in such related industries as graphic design, advertising and magazine design. Alternatively students may choose to progress onto further study specialising in illustration, web design or digital media. Awarding body: Edexcel 22 23

13 Courses at the University Centre BA HONS/HND/HNC Health & Social Care If you are interested in a career in the Health & Social Care sector, or are already working in the sector, this course is designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in the key concepts and practical skills needed. The course offers a strong, sector-related emphasis on practical skills development, alongside the development of necessary knowledge and understanding of the Health & Social Care sector. Units studied can include: 33Health & Social Care Dissertation 33Leadership and Management in Health & Social Care 33Critical Perspectives in Mental Health 33Domestic Violence in a Multi-agency Context 33Communicating in Health & Social Care Organisations 33Principles of Health & Social Care Practice 33Health and Safety in the Health & Social Care Workplace 33Personal and Professional Development in Health & Social Care 33Working in Partnership in Health & Social Care 33Research Project 33Physiological Principles for Health & Social Care 33Psychology for Health & Social Care The course opens many doors for students in the Health & Social Care sector. Students can progress in to managerial or operational roles or transfer skills and enter specialist training. Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ All applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalent certificates such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience. Work/industry experience must show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Variety of assessment methods including case studies, reports, time constrained assessments, essays and presentations. Awarding body: Edexcel/ University of Chester Peter Thorpe Course Studied: Health and Social Care BA Hons I have studied at Southport College since leaving school. I didn t feel ready for university straight after my Level 3 BTEC so the HND seemed the best option for me. And when the top-up degree was offered I jumped at the chance to continue my studies here. The classes here are much smaller than at universities so the level of support from our tutors, who are all very helpful and friendly, is fantastic. I have also been able to fit the course around my job as a Care Assistant at a local care home. Being able to study whilst also getting some invaluable work experience in the industry is great THE SUPPORT I HAVE RECEIVED FROM SOUTHPORT COLLEGE, HAS BEEN AMAZING. I NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD BE ABLE TO STUDY AT A HIGHER LEVEL, NEVER MIND GET A FULL DEGREE. NEXT YEAR I PLAN TO STUDY FOR MY MASTERS IN MENTAL HEALTH NURSING WITH THE HOPE TO BECOME A MENTAL HEALTH NURSE WORKING AT A HIGH BAND.

14 Courses at the University Centre HND/HNC Photography The HND Photography course offers students the opportunity to study photography within a broad range of vocational and academic contexts created through the delivery of a range of units throughout the two stages of study. You will develop technical competence across a range of photographic techniques and skills, enabling you to apply these skills at an increasingly professional standard. You will be trained in image capture, as well as pre and post-production of images to industry standards. To help you apply your skills professionally, you will also be encouraged, where possible, to undertake work placements during the holidays. Units studied can include: 33Visual Communication in Art and Design 33Ideas Generation and Development in Art and Design 33Contextual and Cultural Referencing in Art and Design 33Professional Practice in Art and Design 33Based Recording Techniques in Art & Design 33Studio Practice in Photography 33Photographic Techniques 33Exhibiting Artwork 33Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation 33Advertising Photography 33Location Photography 33Fashion Photography 33Press Photography & Photojournalism 33Specialist Practice in Photography 33Management of Art Exhibitions 33Photographic Materials Techniques & Technology Successful completion will assist students to enter employment as professional photographers or work on a freelance basis. Alternatively, students may wish to progress to a degree course in which case, entry to Stage 2 or 3 may be possible. Applicants are required to fulfil at least one of the following entry requirements: Minimum 120 UCAS points At least 2 A Levels BTEC National Certificate/Diploma International Baccalaureate Access to Higher Education Diploma Foundation Diploma Level 3 NVQ Portfolio of work Applicants are expected to have GCSE grade C in maths and English or hold equivalents such as Numeracy Level 2, Literacy Level 2, Functional Skills in English or maths or Key Skills. We also accept other relevant qualifications or work/industry experience that show knowledge of and commitment to the course. You will need to demonstrate an ability to study at a Higher Education level. Duration and fees: See page 13 Variety of assessment methods including case studies, reports, time constrained assessments, essays and presentations. Awarding body: Edexcel Anna Petrie Course Studied: HND Photography After suffering some health issues a few years ago I decided to come to college to study photography; initially the level 3 Extended Diploma then the HND. Studying here has fitted in really easily around my home life. It is local to home and easy to get to which is a great bonus for me. The support network at College has helped me a lot. Without it I don t think I would have completed the course. The tutors are very experienced and helpful and have supported me though the entire course THE HND COURSE COVERS SO MANY DIFFERENT AREAS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND I HAVE LEARNT SO MUCH. I NOW FEEL CONFIDENT THAT I CAN TAKE A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH.

15 Courses at the University Centre ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMA Health & Caring Professions Level 3 This course is designed to give students the opportunity to gain the necessary academic qualifications for entry into nursing or the other professions allied to medicine e.g. occupational therapy, operating department practitioner, midwifery, paramedics. It can also be used to gain entry to degrees in a range of applied social science subjects. Please note that universities may require GCSEs in English and maths or their equivalents, along with relevant experience in health and social care. Students will study a range of Health Care subjects to gain a nationally recognised Access Diploma, which allows entry to Higher Education. The course consists of: 33Health Studies 33Health Sciences (biology) 33Psychology Together with units in maths, English, personal development and research skills all aimed at preparing learners for study at undergraduate level. Candidates wishing to start the course are recommended to have GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above as universities require these qualifications (or equivalents) along with relevant experience in health and social care. It is recommended that you check this with your preferred universities. For the Access programme the minimum Acceptance is also subject to satisfactory interview to ensure that each applicant: 33Has aims that match the programme 33Has the ability to benefit from the programme 33Has the potential to achieve the standards required by the programme Students will also be required to undertake a short written assessment prior to an offer of acceptance being made. Students whose first language is not English should have IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. Any learners who do not have a sufficient level of written English would be advised to complete relevant ESOL qualifications prior to enrolling on a Access to HE course. Duration: 3 days (15 hours) per week for 32 weeks from September through to June. The course contains a mix of continuous assessment methods such as essays and case studies which are used to build a portfolio. There are no external exams as part of this course. Awarding body: Open Awards Adam Ainscow Course Studied: Access to Health Adam said I d got as far as I could in my career but needed a degree to progress further. An access course was the easiest way for me to get to university and initially I looked at studying at another college closer to my home. However, after talking to the tutors and taking a look around Southport College I got a better feeling. The tutors were really supportive and it seemed a better place to study. What s more, the course is only 3 days a week at Southport College as opposed to 5 days elsewhere, so it was much better for my childcare arrangements. Adam added I d not been in education for 15 years but the tutors really helped me return to studying and the students on the course all supported each other as a group. When people have asked me what doing an Access Course has been like, I ve described it as doing a Rubik s Cube. When I started, everything seemed all over the place but with the help of tutors, support of my fellow students and the facilities at Southport College my Rubik s Cube is now all lined up. I ve been offered places on the Paramedic Practice diploma at both UCLan and Liverpool John Moores University! entry requirements are GCSE English or Maths at grade C or above. Applicants who possess adult literacy and numeracy at Level 2 will also meet the minimum entry requirements. WHEN PEOPLE HAVE ASKED ME WHAT DOING AN ACCESS COURSE HAS BEEN LIKE, I VE DESCRIBED IT AS DOING A RUBIK S CUBE. WHEN I STARTED, EVERYTHING SEEMED ALL OVER THE PLACE BUT WITH THE HELP OF TUTORS, SUPPORT OF MY FELLOW STUDENTS AND THE FACILITIES AT SOUTHPORT COLLEGE MY RUBIK S CUBE IS NOW ALL LINED UP.

16 Courses at the University Centre ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMA Social Science Level 3 Social Science is concerned with the study of contemporary social issues and problems. Students who choose the Social Science pathway will find the emphasis is on a multidisciplinary approach and individual modules draw on the following subject areas: 33Sociology 33Psychology 33Criminology Together with units in maths, English, personal development and research skills all aimed at preparing learners for study at undergraduate level. Successful completion of the course can be used to gain entry onto Social Science or allied degree courses in Higher Education ultimately leading to a variety of careers. Candidates wishing to start an Access to Higher Education Diploma - Social Sciences are recommended to have GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above (or equivalents) as many universities require these qualifications. It is recommended that you check this with your preferred universities. For the Access programme the minimum entry requirements are GCSE English or Maths at grade C or above. Applicants who possess adult literacy and numeracy at Level 2 will also meet the minimum entry requirements. Acceptance is also subject to satisfactory interview to ensure that each applicant: 33Has aims that match the programme 33Has the ability to benefit from the programme 33Has the potential to achieve the standards required by the programme Students will also be required to undertake a short written assessment prior to an offer of acceptance being made. Students whose first language is not English should have IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. Any learners who do not have a sufficient level of written English would be advised to complete relevant ESOL qualifications prior to enrolling on a Access to HE course. Duration: 3 days (15 hours) per week for 32 weeks from September through to June. HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMA Education Level 3 This course is aimed at people who are returning to education or wanting a change of career in a supportive and friendly learning environment. It provides an in depth introduction to subjects and areas of the curriculum relevant to a teaching degree. A variety of topics are studied including: 33Education studies 33Psychology 33English Literature together with units in maths, English, personal development and research skills all aimed at preparing learners for study at undergraduate level This course is a progression route for students wanting to enter degrees in teaching or humanities based subjects and is nationally recognised by all universities and colleges of Higher Education. Please note that students wishing to progress to a teaching qualification will require recent relevant experience in a school. Candidates wishing to start an Access to Higher Education Diploma - Education pathway are recommended to have GCSE in English, Maths and Science at Grade C or above as universities require these qualifications as well as recent relevant experience in a school. It is recommended that you check this with your preferred universities. For the Access programme the minimum entry requirements are GCSE English plus either Maths or Science at Grade C or above. Acceptance is also subject to satisfactory interview to ensure that each applicant: 33Has aims that match the programme 33Has the ability to benefit from the programme 33Has the potential to achieve the standards required by the programme Students will also be required to undertake a short written assessment prior to an offer of acceptance being made. Students whose first language is not English should have IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. Any learners who do not have a sufficient level of written English would be advised to complete relevant ESOL qualifications prior to enrolling on a Access to HE course. Duration: 3 days (15 hours) per week for 32 weeks from September through to June. This is a modular based course and mainly consists of coursework including essays and projects. Awarding body: Open Awards ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMA Business Level 3 This course is designed to give students the opportunity to gain the necessary academic qualifications for entry into business and ICT professions and Higher Education courses. Candidates will study units relevant to the following areas: 33Marketing 33Accounting 33Business Planning Skills 33Business Organisation 33Business Operations 33Business Management Together with units in maths, English, personal development and research skills all aimed at preparing learners for study at undergraduate level. Students who successfully complete the Access to Higher Education Diploma Business course are able to progress on to study at degree level in a related subject. Candidates wishing to start the course are recommended to have GCSE in English and Maths at Grade C or above as universities generally require these qualifications. It is recommended that you check this with your preferred universities. For the Access programme the minimum entry requirement is GCSE in Maths or English at Grade C or above. Applicants Acceptance is also subject to satisfactory interview to ensure that each applicant: 33Has aims that match the programme 33Has the ability to benefit from the programme 33Has the potential to achieve the standards required by the programme Students will also be required to undertake a short written assessment prior to an offer of acceptance being made. Students whose first language is not English should have IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. Any learners who do not have a sufficient level of written English would be advised to complete relevant ESOL qualifications prior to enrolling on a Access to HE course. Duration: 3 days (15 hours) per week for 34 weeks from September through to June. There will be a mix of continuous assessment methods including essays, case studies and centre set examinations. Awarding body: Open Awards The course is continually assessed by a 30 who possess adult literacy and numeracy at 31 combination of essays, presentations and individual research projects. Level 2 will also meet the minimum entry requirements, however must be advised that Awarding body: Open Awards not all universities will accept these.

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