Entry to Learning SCQF 2
Milton Road Campus
Qualification SCQF Level 2
Study mode Full time
Duration 41 weeks
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This one-year course is aimed at school leavers and people aged 16+ who received significant additional support at school and who would like to improve skills and develop confidence. You may bring a support worker with you to support your participation at Edinburgh College.
This course is aimed at preparing you for further study at SCQF Level 3. You will probably have attended a special school, received an alternative curriculum or mainstream placement with a high level of support.
What you will learn
You will participate in SQA Units and Edinburgh College courses at SCQF Level 2. These may include:
- Digital Skills
- Developing Skills in Creative Arts
- Enterprise Skills
- Personal and Social Development
- Skills and Experience for Volunteering
- Nature and the Environment
- Team Building
- Planning and Organising an Event
You will have the opportunity to visit/volunteer in the local community as part of a small, supported group.
How the course is assessed
- Students will be assessed through classroom-based and practical activities.
Number of days per week
- 4 days per week
- There are no formal entry requirements
Information on Tests / Auditions / Interview Requirements
You will be invited to attend an informal interview to assess if this the correct course for you.
English Proficiency RequirementsIELTS 5.5
Progression and Articulation Routes
- Further courses at Level 3, such as Entry to Learning with Vocational Routes taught at Edinburgh College
- Other full-time or part-time courses run by Access and Continuing Education taught at Edinburgh College
- Community-based employment
- Supported employment
|Campus||Study mode||Start date||Duration|
|Milton Road Campus||Full time||30/08/21||41 Weeks|
|Sighthill Campus||Full time||30/08/21||41 Weeks|
Funding & Fees
When you are thinking about starting college, one of the most important things to consider is funding and how you intend to pay for some of the costs that come with being a student.