A-level Music builds on the knowledge and skills gained from GCSE Music as well as musical experience gained outside the classroom. It recognises the interdependence of different aspects of musical activity. This specification provides a sound preparation for the study of music in higher education, as well as providing opportunities to develop strengths and interests leading to music-related and other careers. It encourages students to develop a wide range of transferable skills such as critical thinking, research, communication and team-work.
These are one or two year qualifications giving you foundation knowledge and skills in the Health and Social Care sector, enabling you to gain employment or access to higher level qualifications.
The BTEC's in Health and Social Care provide young people with a nationally recognised vocationally specific qualification for entry into employment in the health and social care sector as well as higher education. Learners can have a period of work experience which acts as a focal point for learning and provides experience of the sectors. Learners will also gain personal skills and attributes essential for successful performance in working life.