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A practical guide to post 16 academic and technical education

COURSES & CAREERS 2018/19 PLANNING YOUR FUTURE

NO.1 LONDON COLLEGE FOR OVERALL PERFORMANCE IN 2017


CONTENTS INTRODUCING CLIVE & CONSUELA Consuela is on hand to offer you a few facts about Barnet and Southgate College and some of our great alumni. She will also help you through the application process.

T Levels & A Levels?

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What is the best route for you?

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London Job Statistics

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Career Coach

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A Levels

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Business & Customer Services

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Childcare 20 Construction & Sustainable Technologies

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Electrical Installations

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Fashion 30

Hello, I’m Clive

Digital & Creative Industries

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Visual Effects (VFX)

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IT & Computing

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Engineering 46 Vehicle Maintenance

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Hairdressing 54 Beauty Therapy

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Science 62

I’m Consuela.

Clive just likes s the sound of hi own voice

Dental Technologies

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Sports Therapy

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Health & Social Care

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Foundation Learning

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ESOL & EFL

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Supported Learning

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Our School Liaison Team

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How to Apply

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Useful Links

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How to find us

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Open Events

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Disclaimer: The details in this publication were correct at the time of going to press and we aim to provide accurate and relevant information to inform your choices. However, changes to the provision since the printing of this prospectus may occur so please check details via the Barnet and Southgate College website: www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

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HOW TO USE QR CODES HOW DO I USE QR CODES? It’s pretty easy... as long as you have the right tools. You must have a smart phone with a camera and a QR reader application. Many new smart phones have them pre-installed. However, don’t worry, if you haven’t got a QR reader on your phone, all you have to do is visit your phone’s app store and download a QR reader/scanner. Then, just follow these simple steps: 1. Open the QR code reader on your phone. 2. Hold your device over a QR code so that it’s clearly visible within your smartphone’s screen. 3. If necessary, press the button.

HOW DO I USE THE COURSE CODES? If you prefer you can use the course codes to access full course information. All you need to do is insert the code in to Google.

QR Reader for iPhone

QR & Barcode Scanner for Android

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T LEVELS & A LEVELS? The future of post 16 education Post 16 education is going through radical reform and from 2020, if all goes to plan, T Levels will be introduced. This means that, when you leave school at 16, you will decide to either follow an academic path and study A Levels or follow a technical path and study T Levels. It is generally accepted that technical and vocational education is too confusing at the moment, so the idea is to introduce a more simplified system in order to remove the layers of complicated qualifications and choices that currently exist. Similar to A Levels, the new system will offer you a choice of 15 different T Levels which are all connected to clear ‘occupational routes’. This publication aims to help you to start thinking about your career paths and introduce you to occupational routes. Therefore you will find much information about jobs, careers and wages, with clear diagrams explaining visually how you progress from Level 1 right through to either higher education or employment. It also contains QR codes, which work with your smart phone to take you straight through to our website and the full details of the course you are interested in. See page 3 for how to use QR codes.

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Academic Pathway

Business & Administration

Catering & Hospitality

Childcare & Education

Construction

Creative & Design

Digital

Engineering & Manufacturing

English

Hair & Beauty

Health & Science

Legal, Financial & Accounting

Maths

Sales, Marketing & Procurement

Social Care

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WHAT IS THE BEST ROUTE FOR YOU? Generally people don’t like change, it makes them feel insecure and nervous, and many people want things to remain just as they are. This is something that many of you are feeling right now as you start thinking about where you would like to study next and what you want your career to look like. However, change can be a very exciting thing, and just like the exciting world you have ahead of you we believe that the changes to technical education and this new guide are invigorating and inspiring!

WHAT IS AN ACADEMIC ROUTE?

WHAT IS A TECHNICAL OR VOCATIONAL ROUTE?

A Level and Applied General qualifications focus on traditional study skills and normally take two years to complete full-time in school or college. They are available in a wide range of academic subjects and applied (work-related) subjects courses, and are often used as entry into higher education.

Vocational qualifications can include BTECs, City and Guilds Diplomas, AQA Baccalaureates, Apprenticeships, Cache Awards and University of the Arts London Diplomas.

WHO MIGHT ACADEMIC COURSES BE SUITABLE FOR?

•  They give you specialist, practical skills, knowledge and understanding of a specific job area •  They include lots of theory and written work, but practical, hands on tasks too

•  Those who want to keep career   options open

•  They include employability and work experience opportunities

•  Those interested in careers where higher level learning qualifications are required, for which A Levels are essential

•  Alternatively, they provide on the job, work based learning such as Apprenticeships

•  Those who are better at exams than course work can study A Levels •  Applied General Qualifications feature more applied learning as well as exams

Vocational courses are designed to help you learn in a practical way about a specific job area or job role. They can help you get the skills you need to start a job, progress in a job role or career, or go on to higher levels of education. A vocational route is particularly useful for students who have a clear idea of where their future lies, either in a specific career or in a broader career area.

WHO MIGHT A VOCATIONAL COURSE BE SUITABLE FOR? vels Studying A Le route isn’t the only onal to uni. Vocati will get qualifications you there too

•  Those who know exactly what job they wish to go into and want to develop skills relevant to that job •  Those who are fairly practical •  Those who are better at coursework   than exams •  Those who are unsure whether they will progress to work or university

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LONDON JOB STATISTICS

MARKETING PROFESSIONALS THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 58,142 SALES AND MARKETING JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

4.1%

£29,894 P/A

*Data sources: Economic Modelling Specialists International (2017), unless otherwise stated.

PLUMBING ENGINEER

IT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN

IT ENGINEERS

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 7,681 PLUMBING AND HEATING ENGINEER JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 25,166 ICT PRACTITIONER JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 7,113 COMPUTER ENGINEER JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

0.5%

£33,833 P/A

NURSING AUXILIARY THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 45,291 NURSING JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

2.3% 6

£22,211 P/A

4.4%

£33,209 P/A

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT ASSISTANT THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 17,322 LEARNING SUPPORT JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

3.2%

£18,135 P/A

4.3%

£20,514 P/A

TEACHING ASSISTANT THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 48,209 TEACHING JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

2.7%

£19,481 P/A

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CARE WORKER

PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN

RETAIL MANAGER

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 85,020 CARE JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 4,252 PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 59,851 RETAIL MANAGEMENT AND DIRECTOR JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

3.9%

£18,116 P/A

4.9%

£23,147 P/A

3.3%

£27,242 P/A

SPORTS COACH

PUBLIC RELATIONS PROFESSIONALS

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 9,926 SPORTS, LEISURE AND RECREATION JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 17,992 MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 17,645 CREATIVE ARTS AND DESIGN JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

2.3%

£27,398 P/A

PROPERTY, HOUSING OR ESTATE MANAGERS THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 41,314 PROPERTY AND FACILITY SERVICES JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

3.8%

£35,783 P/A

4.9%

£33,053 P/A

4.9%

£25,994 P/A

DENTAL NURSE

CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 10,189 DENTAL NURSING JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

THERE ARE EXPECTED TO BE 5,774 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT JOBS IN LONDON BY 2022

5.9%

£20,358 P/A

5.0%

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£31,902 P/A

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CAREER COACH Barnet and Southgate College uses Career Coach, a powerful software tool to help you to choose appropriate courses and work out what you might earn.

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When you search for a course you will be given access to up-to-the-minute careers information, vital to help you plan your future. Career Coach offers students and advisers the chance to delve deep into the labour market before deciding on courses of study. It connects them to careers and employers, even approximating the wages they can expect to earn.

Career Coach shows students and advisers how to get wherever they want to go, putting critically important job information at everyone’s fingertips.

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CAREERS

EARNINGS

Career Coach taps into powerful labour market information.

Earnings graphs help students gain understanding of earnings potential for different careers.

EMPLOYMENT

JOB POSTINGS

Students can see how many people are employed in a given career.

Job postings from all over the web are pulled into Career Coach and featured right next to each career.

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A Level courses are taught at our Wood Street Campus. Students have the option to choose whatever combination of subjects they wish.

Academic Pathway

Our wide range of A Level courses makes Barnet and Southgate College one of the largest A Level providers in north London. The vast majority of our students progress to university, with many of them studying at Russell Group universities. All A Levels are taught by subject specialists, many of whom are examiners themselves. Students benefit from a fully supportive tutorial system uniquely designed to meet the needs of all A Level students. Our students thrive in the nurturing supportive environment and move a step further to their future aspirations.

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IF YOU STUDY A LEVELS IN

BIOLOGY A1L3BIOLA1A

BUSINESS A1L3BUSNA1A

CHEMISTRY A1L3CHEMA1A

YOU COULD GO ON TO STUDY THESE SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL

AND CHOOSE FROM THESE POTENTIAL CAREERS

•  Biological Sciences •  Biochemistry •  Microbiology •  Molecular Biology •  Physiology •  Marine Biology •  Ecology •  Environmental Biology •  Forensic Biology •  Natural Science •  Anatomy •  Zoology

•  Medicine •  Nursing •  Midwifery •  Physiotherapy •  Microbiology •  Nature Conservation •  Pharmacology •  Research Scientist (Life Sciences) •  Research Scientist (Medical) •  Secondary School Teacher •  Soil Science •  Environmentalism •  Dentistry •  Animal Welfare

•  Business Administration •  Human Resources •  Operations Management •  Business Analysis •  Advertising •  Business Law •  Entrepreneurship •  Agribusiness

•  Accountancy •  Advertising •  Banking, Investment And Financial Services •  General Management •  HR And Personnel •  Management Consultancy •  Public Relations •  Retail Management

Chemistry (3 or 4 year courses) Chemistry with industrial experience; a year abroad Combined chemistry courses: French, business, mathematics, management, law or environmental science

•  Medicine •  Dentistry •  Drug Design •  Veterinary Science •  Nursing •  Engineering •  Business And Finance •  Forensic Science •  Environmental Science •  Teaching And Lecturing •  Chemistry •  Pharmacy •  Research Science •  Product Design In Chemical Company •  Paramedic

•  Medicinal Chemistry •  Analytical Chemistry •  Nanotechnology •  Environmental Chemistry •  Environmental Science •  Pharmacy •  Dentistry •  Medicine •  Veterinary Science •  Natural Sciences •  Engineering

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•  Food Science •  Ecology •  Research •  Materials Science •  Research And Development Science •  Publishing And Writing •  Journalism •  Central And Local Government •  Patents •  Law

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IF YOU STUDY A LEVELS IN

ECONOMICS A1L3ECONA1A

YOU COULD GO ON TO STUDY THESE SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL •  Economics •  Financial Management •  Accountancy •  Investment Banking •  Journalism •  Business Economics •  Business and Management

•  Actuarial Analyst •  Chartered Accountant •  Chartered Certified Accountant •  Chartered Public Finance Accountant •  Data Analyst •  Economist •  Financial Risk Analyst •  Forensic Accountant •  Investment Banking •  Management Consultant •  Policy Adviser

•  English language and Literature •  Journalism •  Communications, Advertising and Marketing •  Creative Writing •  Linguistics

Jobs directly related to your degree include: •  Digital Copywriter •  Editorial Assistant •  English As A Foreign Language Teacher •  Lexicographer •  Magazine Journalist •  Newspaper Journalist •  Publishing Copy Editor/Proof Reader •  Writer •  Linguist

Jobs where your degree would be useful include: •  Academic Librarian •  Advertising Account Executive •  Advertising Copywriter •  Arts Administrator •  Information Officer •  Marketing Executive •  Primary School Teacher •  Public Relations Officer •  Records Manager •  Law •  Secondary School Teacher •  Social Media Manager

•  English Literature (which could include for e.g. 19th Century Literature Contemporary Literature, Medievalism) •  Theatre and Drama •  Linguistics

Jobs directly related to your degree include: •  Editorial Assistant •  Magazine Journalist •  Newspaper Journalist •  Publishing CopyEditor/Proof Reader •  Writer •  Publishing •  Theatre •  Editor •  Historian •  Librarian •  Literary Analyst •  Literary Critic

Jobs where your degree would be useful include: •  Advertising account executive •  Advertising copywriter •  Arts administrator •  Information officer •  Marketing executive

All degrees

All careers

ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE A1L3ENLLA1A

ENGLISH LITERATURE A1L3ELITA1A

EXTENDED PROJECT

AND CHOOSE FROM THESE POTENTIAL CAREERS

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IF YOU STUDY A LEVELS IN

FILM STUDIES A1L3FILMA1A

HISTORY A1L3HISTA1A

YOU COULD GO ON TO STUDY THESE SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL • Film production • Cinematography • Post production and visual effects • Screenwriting • Animation

All careers

•  Modern History •  Archaeology •  Ancient History •  Politics •  Philosophy •  Social Sciences

•  Graduate Management training programmes •  Civil Service Fast Streamer •  Teaching, Research and Academia •  Heritage Industry, Museums and Archives •  Banking and Finance Professions •  Public Relations •  Law (after graduate conversion course; a frequent ‘high-fliers’ pathway)

•  Social Science

•  Civil Service Fast Streamer •  Government Social Research Officer •  Politician’s Assistant •  Public Affairs Consultant •  Public Relations Account Executive •  Social Researcher

•  Law •  International Law •  Politics •  International Relations •  Criminology •  Business •  Economics •  Social Sciences

•  Solicitor •  Barrister •  Judge •  Legal Executive •  Paralegal •  Criminologist •  Business, Accounting and Finance •  Member of Parliament •  Social Worker

Joint degrees with maths in: •  Mathematics and Computer Science •  Mathematics and Economics •  Mathematics and Philosophy •  Mathematics and Physics •  Mathematics and Statistics

•  Actuarial Analyst •  Actuary •  Chartered Accountant •  Chartered Certified Accountant •  Data Analyst •  Investment Analyst •  Investment Banker •  Research Scientist (Maths) •  Secondary School Teacher •  Statistician

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS A1L3POLCA1A

LAW A1L3LAWWA1A

MATHS A1L3MATHA1A

AND CHOOSE FROM THESE POTENTIAL CAREERS

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•  Systems Developer: •  Civil Service Fast Streamer •  Financial Manager •  Financial Trader •  Insurance Underwriter •  Meteorologist •  Operational Researcher •  Quantity Surveyor •  Software Tester

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IF YOU STUDY A LEVELS IN

MUSIC A1L3MUSCA1A

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY A1L3MSTCA1A

FURTHER MATHS ASL3FMTHA1P

PHYSICS A1L3PHYSA1A

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YOU COULD GO ON TO STUDY THESE SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL

AND CHOOSE FROM THESE POTENTIAL CAREERS

•  Music •  Music Technology •  Music and Business Management •  Primary and Secondary Education with Music •  Music and Creative Artistry Music Industry Practice •  Music Business •  Popular Music at a Conservatoire •  Songwriting and Creative Artistry

•  Musician (self-employed or contracted) •  Conductor •  Songwriter •  Music journalist •  Music tutor •  Music producer •  Arts officer •  Multimedia designer •  Sound technician •  Advertising •  Choir Director and Piano/Vocal Tutor •  Film industry

•  Music •  Music Technology •  Electronics with Music and Audio Systems •  Music and Creative Artistry (Music Industry Practice) •  Music Business •  Popular Music •  Songwriting and Creative Artistry •  Music and Business Management

•  Musician (self-employed or contracted) •  Music Journalist •  Music Tutor •  Music Producer •  Arts Officers •  Multimedia Designer •  Sound Technician •  Advertising •  Choir Director And Piano/Vocal Tutor •  Broadcast Engineer •  Film Industry

•  Maths •  Financial Maths •  Accounting and Maths •  Engineering •  Computer Science •  Economics •  Statistics •  Physics •  Robotics •  Computer Game Technology

•  Actuarial Analyst •  Actuary •  Chartered Accountant •  Chartered Certified Accountant •  Data Analyst •  Investment Analyst •  Research Scientist (Maths) •  Secondary School Teacher

•  Maths •  Computer Science •  Physics and Astronomy •  Engineering •  Aviation Science

•  Geophysicist/Field Seismologist •  Higher Education Lecturer •  Metallurgist •  Radiation Protection Practitioner •  Research Scientist (Physical Sciences) •  Seismic Interpreter •  Secondary School Teacher

•  Statistician •  Systems Developer/ Coder •  Financial Manager •  Financial Trader •  Insurance Underwriter •  Meteorologist •  Operational Researcher •  Quantity Surveyor •  Software Tester

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IF YOU STUDY A LEVELS IN

PHYSICAL EDUCATION A1L3PHEDA1A

PHOTOGRAPHY A1L3PHOTA1A

PSYCHOLOGY A1L3PSYCA1A

SOCIOLOGY A1L3SOCIA1A

YOU COULD GO ON TO STUDY THESE SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL

AND CHOOSE FROM THESE POTENTIAL CAREERS

•  Physical Education •  Physical and Sport Education •  Physical Education and Youth Sport •  Physiotherapy •  Sport Physical Education and Coaching Science •  Sport and Exercise Science •  Sport Science •  Adventure and Outdoor Management •  Fitness and Personal Training

•  Exercise Physiologist •  Fitness Centre Manager •  Secondary School Teacher •  Sports Administrator •  Sports Coach •  Sports Development Officer •  Sports Therapist •  Event Manager •  Health Promotion Specialist •  Higher Education Lecturer •  Outdoor Activities/Education Manager •  Sport and Exercise Psychologist

•  Photography •  Photo Journalism •  Fashion Photography •  Commercial Photography •  Media •  Cinematography •  Communication Studies •  Art History

•  Freelance Photographer •  Fashion Photographer •  Photo Journalist •  Medical Photographer •  Magazine Editor •  Advertising Designer •  Gallery Curator •  Picture Historian •  Videographer •  Art Educator

•  Psychology •  Criminology •  Forensic Science •  Ergonomics •  Neuroscience •  Sociology •  Health and Social Care •  English •  Business Studies •  Sport and Exercise Science •  Nursing

•  Educational Psychology •  Clinical Psychology •  Occupational Psychology •  Neuropsychology •  Counselling Psychology •  Forensic Psychology •  Health Psychology •  Sport and Exercise •  Teaching and research •  Social Care •  Business and Marketing •  Policing

•  Sociology •  Politics •  Ethics •  Philosophy •  Advertising •  Media Studies •  Criminology •  Cinema Studies •  Journalism

•  Social Services •  Law •  Market Research •  Health Services •  Media •  Charities •  Business Management •  Youth and Community Work •  The Police and/or Probation Service •  Teaching

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Business & Administration

Sales, Marketing & Procurement

These two occupation routes have clear overlap so we have brought them together and highlighted 5 career options.

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WHAT IS BUSINESS AND CUSTOMER SERVICES?

CAREERS

A business is an organisation or enterprising entity engaged in commercial, industrial or professional activities. Working within a business can be undertaken in many roles including human resources, marketing, finance, operations and customer services.

SALES AND MARKETING MANAGER

Good customer service provides an experience that meets customer expectations, producing satisfied customers. Bad customer service can generate complaints and can result in lost sales, because consumers might take their business to a competitor.

Average Wage P/A £44,850

The sales and marketing manager is responsible for managing all sales and marketing activities for the organisation including the day to day management of the sales team ensuring they are on track for achieving key performance indicators (KPI’s), setting sales and marketing KPI’s to manage activity within the team and overseeing all marketing activity and ensuring it fits with the marketing strategy.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER Average Wage P/A £53,898

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN BUSINESS AND CUSTOMER SERVICE? Good English and maths skills are essential for employment within all business sectors including customer services. Being able to communicate both verbally and in written form is essential for all employees to undertake tasks effectively. Mathematical skills are essential for tasks such as problem solving and calculating key data within each area of a business including sales and financial figures.

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The human resource manager leads and directs the HR team to enable them to deliver a comprehensive HR service to an organisation. Responsibilities involved in a senior position can include managing employee relations, measuring employee satisfaction and identifying areas that require improvement, leading on internal performance management processes, implementing the training and development agenda and recruitment and retention.

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FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS MANAGER Average Wage P/A £48,146

A financial manager is responsible for providing financial guidance and support to clients and colleagues so they can make sound business decisions. Qualities of a good financial manager include a good head for figures and for dealing with complex modelling and analysis, as well as a sound grasp of financial systems and procedures. Responsibilities of the role may include providing and interpreting financial information, monitoring and interpreting cash flows and predicting future trends, analysing change and advising accordingly.

OPERATIONS AND CUSTOMER SERVICES MANAGER Average Wage P/A £28,158

An operations manager is a senior role which involves overseeing the production of goods and/or provision of services. It’s an operations manager’s responsibility to make sure an organisation is running as well as it can, with a smooth efficient service that meets the expectations and needs of customers and clients. The role can also include managing the customer services of a company which involves meeting and managing customer expectations. Duties and responsibilities can include planning and controlling organisational change, managing quality assurance programmes, researching new technologies and alternative methods of efficiency, setting and reviewing budgets and overseeing inventory, distribution of goods and facility layout. It may also include providing help and advice to customers using the organisation’s products or services.

SELF EMPLOYMENT

Owning your own business means generally starting as a sole trader or small limited company, either buying and selling goods or offering a service. Nearly all businesses start like this and can end up growing as big as companies such as Apple and Microsoft.

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BUSINESS & CUSTOMER SERVICES ENGLISH AND MATHS

BTEC BUSINESS LEVEL 2 DPL2BUSNA1P

BTEC BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEVEL 2

BUSINESS WITH CUSTOMER SERVICE LEVEL 1

CTL1BUSNA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEVEL 2

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BTEC DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS WITH MARKETING DPL3BSMKA1P

BTEC DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS WITH ACCOUNTS AND FINANCE LEVEL 3 SDL3BUSNA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN CUSTOMER SERVICE LEVEL 2

APPRENTICESHIP IN TEAM LEADING LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

BTEC DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WITH BUSINESS LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2

BTEC DIPLOMA BUSINESS WITH ENTERPRISE AND FINANCE LEVEL 3 D9L3BUSNA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

SALES AND MARKETING MANAGER

APPRENTICESHIP

DPL4ACBSA1P

ACCESS TO HE: BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING

• HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN CHARTERED MANAGER DEGREE LEVEL 6 • HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN BUSINESS INNOVATION AND GROWTH – PETER JONES ACADEMY LEVEL 5

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS MANAGER

CUSTOMER SERVICE AND OPERATION MANAGER

DEGREE • FOUNDATION DEGREE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT • BSC (HONS) DEGREE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TOP-UP • FOUNDATION DEGREE IN EVENTS MANAGEMENT WITH TRAVEL AND TOURISM OR MOTORSPORT SELF-EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Childcare & Education

For this occupation route we have highlighted 5 career options.

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WHAT IS CHILDCARE? Childcare is the caring for and supervision of a child or children. Childcare is the action or skill of looking after children by a day-care centre, babysitter or other provider. Childcare can also include advanced learning environments that include early childhood education. There is a huge variety of work within the health, education and social care (HESC) sector, from nursing to childcare, social work to pharmacy. With £95 billion spent each year on NHS England alone, good managers are as vital as good clinicians. Health and social care employs around four million people across the UK – two thirds in health and the other third in social care. Education employs around 2.7 million people. There is a strong local labour market with 20,000 people employed in the sector in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.

CAREERS EARLY YEARS PRACTITIONER

Maths is used to develop children’s emerging interest in the world of shapes, numbers, and colours whilst providing skills in problem solving. In early years settings children will develop mathematical skills through creative play and role play opportunities. In schools children will be taught multiplication, subtraction, division and addition whilst developing more complex skills such as numbers fractions and co-ordinates. Verbal and written English is used to develop mark making, speaking and listening skills. In early years activities this would include story telling sessions, role play activities in settings such as shops, hospitals, fire service, and vets. These activities enable children to not only develop reading and writing skills but will also enable them to act out future roles whilst developing confident in social situations.

Average Wage P/A £43,232

Average Wage P/A £17,687

An early years practitioner provides and maintains a high quality service to children and their families working as part of a staff team to meet children’s individual needs. An early years practitioner will develop and maintain positive relationships with children and families. They will assist with the planning and delivery of a wide range of activities to meet children’s needs and work as a positive role model and member of the staff team.

TEACHING ASSISTANT

Average Wage P/A £19,481 A teaching assistant works alongside and supports a classroom teacher in either a primary or a secondary school. As a teaching assistant you could work one-to-one with individual pupils or with small groups, and work as a positive role model and member of the staff team.

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN CHILDCARE?

SECONDARY OR FURTHER EDUCATION TEACHER

NURSERY MANAGER

Average Wage P/A £36,816 The nursery manager will be expected to provide high quality, flexible childcare for families from the local communities. The nursery manager will oversee the operation of the day nursery to the highest standards, ensuring that the best possible environment and care are provided for young children. The manager will lead on planning and delivery of the curriculum to meet children’s needs. The manager will not only work as a positive role model and member of the staff team but will also lead the team to ensure that all children and families are safe.

A secondary school or further education teacher is able to teach in a school or academy, a college, with private training providers, in a prison or in the voluntary sector.

CHILDMINDER

Average Wage P/A £21,372 A childminder will single-handedly care for a small group of children in their own home. The hours can be either full or part time with childminders and parents negotiating their own terms and conditions. Childminding offers a home from home environment for the child. The childminder’s duties will include maintaining positive relationships with children and families and planning and delivering a range of play activities to meet children’s needs.  

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CHILDCARE & EDUCATION ENGLISH AND MATHS

DPL3EYWFA1P

CTL4EDUCA1P

CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION LEVEL 4

CTL2EYEDA1P

CACHE DIPLOMA IN CARING FOR CHILDREN LEVEL 1

DPL1CFCHA1P

CACHE CERTIFICATE IN EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR LEVEL 2

CACHE DIPLOMA IN EARLY YEARS WORKFORCE LEVEL 3

CACHE EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR LEVEL 3 DPL3EYEDA1P

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LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

EARLY YEARS PRACTITIONER

POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION PGCE LEVEL 5-7 CTL4EDUCA1P

TEACHING ASSISTANT

NURSERY MANAGER

DEGREE FOUNDATION DEGREE IN SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITY FOUNDATION DEGREE IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SERVICES

SECONDARY OR FURTHER EDUCATION TEACHER

BA (HONS) DEGREE IN CHILD & YOUTH STUDIES (TOP-UP)

CHILDMINDER

LEVEL 5+

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Construction

For this occupation route we have highlighted 8 career options.

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WHAT IS CONSTRUCTION? The construction industry offers a wide variety of roles with plenty of potential for career growth, either on-site or in an office. The industry stands out as one of the largest and most vibrant industries in the country, employing roughly 6 million individuals. With the redevelopment of both Brent Cross in Barnet and Meridian Waters in Enfield, the demand for all levels of construction specialists is set to be huge.

PLUMBER

Average Wage P/A £33,833 A plumber specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for potable (drinking) water, sewage and drainage in plumbing systems.

GAS ENGINEER

Average Wage P/A £33,833 Gas engineers install, service, maintain and repair gas appliances. They could choose to specialise in installation or service, but whether it’s a gas fire or cooker in a home, a heating system in a large office building or even the gas systems for an industrial estate, it all comes under the remit of a gas engineer.

ENGLISH AND MATHS It’s impossible to go a day without using English and maths skills. Simple tasks such as getting ready for work or college require basic maths skills such as timekeeping. By lunch, you’ll have used addition or subtraction to buy food, and English skills to interact with your classmates or colleagues, send text messages, and in other common tasks such as reading and answering questions.

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Everyone working in the critical field of construction, regardless of their particular area of expertise or specialty, will use mathematics on the job each and every day. From the simplest measurements to the most complicated fittings, algebra, geometry and trigonometry are necessary for workers in this industry to do their jobs successfully. The majority of employers look for at least GCSE grade C (4/5) in each subject, so English and maths skills could be the difference between you getting the job or promotion you want or not. People with good GCSE grades in English and maths also earn approximately £2,000 p/a more than those who don’t.

BRICKLAYER

Average Wage P/A £25,175 Bricklayers build and repair walls, chimney stacks, tunnel linings and decorative stonework. They may also refurbish brickwork and masonry on restoration projects.

CARPENTER AND JOINER

Average Wage P/A £24,941 Carpentry and joinery are both construction trades. In its most simplest and traditional sense, joiners ‘join’ wood in a workshop, whereas carpenters construct the building elements on-site.

SITE SUPERVISOR OR MANAGER Average Wage P/A £31,902

Site supervision and management are vital roles in the construction industry, where safety is a key issue that needs a lot of attention. As the site supervisor or manager, it’s your job to both assess and manage safety hazards in the workplace. Responsibilities also include managing and instructing the site workers, setting goals for the team and seeing projects through to completion.

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WHAT IS ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION? Electrical installations cover a range of areas, from bringing power to people’s homes to big engineering projects. You may work with renewable technology, like wind turbines, ‘smart’ heating systems and solar power. With experience, you could move into design engineering, site or project management, consultancy work or training. You may also supervise other people in a team or set up your own business.

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION? English and maths will be applied throughout your everyday work in a variety of methods and tasks. For instance, your ability to follow technical drawings, building plans and wiring diagrams, to work carefully, methodically and safely, plan and organise work and solve problems effectively and efficiently are determined largely by a combination of your English and maths skills. All stages and types of electrical installation work involve a considerable application of maths; such as when quantifying and sizing cables, containment methods, appliances and equipment.

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Electrical installation is teamwork; it involves dealing with people both in and outside of your organisation. The lifeblood of all teamwork is effective communication. Your ability to correctly understand what other people are saying and to ensure they also understand exactly what you are putting across, could result in saving not only costs but also lives.

INSTALLATION ELECTRICIAN Average Wage P/A £31,688

Electricians’ responsibilities vary, depending on the type of work undertaken. Installation electricians install, maintain and repair electrical systems (such as power systems, lighting, fire protection, security and datanetwork systems) in industrial, commercial and domestic environments. Work could include conducting initial verification, periodic inspection, testing, commissioning and certification of installations. Working can be carried out both indoors and outdoors, on equipment and systems such as switchboards, motors, cables, fuses, thermal relays, fault current protection switches, heating, lighting, air conditioning and metering equipment, as well as security and fire alarm systems and renewable energy technologies.

MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN Average Wage P/A £31,688

A maintenance electrician plans maintenance schedules for electrical installations in all types of buildings, building services equipment and industrial equipment in processing plants and manufacturing establishments. The role involves carrying out scheduled maintenance with aim of preventing breakdowns, reactive maintenance (RM) (also referred to as breakdown maintenance); aimed at restoring the installation/equipment to its normal working condition after a breakdown.

SELF EMPLOYMENT Self-employed electricians need to be experienced in any of the specialisms above and will also be required to read and interpret drawings, prepare and submit estimates or bids for jobs, and effectively plan their work to be able to meet deadlines and tie in with other trades.

In our experience, those who are successful in electrical installation are often the ones who did well in English and maths at school or college. This is why we give all learners who don’t meet the minimum entry requirements in English and maths an opportunity to improve on their grades whilst studying with us.

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DIPLOMA IN BRICKLAYING LEVEL 1

DIPLOMA IN BRICKLAYING LEVEL 2

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DPL2BRCKA1P

DIPLOMA IN CARPENTRY AND JOINERY LEVEL 1 DPL1CAJRA1P

DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING DPL1PLMBA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN CONSTRUCTION: • BRICKWORK LEVEL 2 • CARPENTRY AND JOINERY LEVEL 2 • PLUMBING LEVEL 2 • CIVIL ENGINEERING LEVEL 2

DIPLOMA IN CARPENTRY AND JOINERY LEVEL 2 DPL2CAJRA1P

DIPLOMA IN CONSTRUCTION MULTI SKILLS 6218 LEVEL 1

DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING STUDIES LEVEL 2

DPL1MSKLA1P

DPL2PLMBA1P

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 7202-01 LEVEL 1

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS (BUILDING AND STRUCTURES) 2365 LEVEL 2

DPL1ELCTA1P

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DPL2ELCTA1P

LEVEL 2

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ENGLISH AND MATHS PLUMBER

DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING STUDIES LEVEL 3 DPL3PLMBA1P

GAS ENGINEER

• BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LEVEL 3 • HOUSING AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (TRAILBLAZER) LEVEL 3 • ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION LEVEL 3

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS (BUILDING AND STRUCTURES) 2365 LEVEL 3 DPL2ELCTA1P

AWARD IN THE DESIGN AND VERIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS LEVEL 4

APPRENTICESHIP

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 8202-30 LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP

BRICKLAYER

• ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION • ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE CARPENTER AND JOINER

SITE SUPERVISOR OR MANAGER

INSTALLATION ELECTRICIAN

DEGREE MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN

• ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING • ELECTRICAL HV AND POWER

SELF EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 4

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Creative & Design

There is a lot of overlap between Creative & Design and Digital in terms of defined occupational routes. This is important to note as progression paths can cross from one to the other. For the Fashion pathway we have highlighted 5 possible career options.

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GARMENT TECHNOLOGIST Average Wage P/A £18,252

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN FASHION? Maths is used extensively in the fashion industry. A fashion designer needs to be able to calculate and record measurements accurately, and have an understanding of geometry, which is used in the design, pattern cutting and construction of garments. Designers use maths-based computer programs to help manipulate flat garment patterns into three-dimensional shapes. Maths is also an important factor in the planning and costing of materials, through to the production and merchandising of a garment or collection. English and effective communication skills are required when dealing with clients, creating planning and project proposal documents, and presentation pitches and critiques also require a good use of vocabulary and terminology.

CAREERS

Garment technologists work on the design and development of new materials through testing new combinations of yarns, textiles and fibres. Garment technologists also look at ways to improve production techniques to be more efficient. Quality control and investigative work is central to the role.

RETAIL FASHION BUYER

Average Wage P/A £33,384 A retail fashion buyer analyses consumer buying patterns and predict future trends, determining which products are sourced and stocked in for the coming season. Retail fashion buyers work closely with designers and purchasing decisions are based on customer demand, market and seasonal trends, store brand and budget.

FASHION ILLUSTRATOR

Average Wage P/A £29,055 Fashion illustrators work closely with designers to create concept drawings and sketches of garments, shoes and fashion accessories. Illustrations can be produced as either traditional sketches or produced using digital media. Illustrators produce drawings and layouts for catalogues, advertising and promotional material.

FASHION DESIGNER

Average Wage P/A £27,827

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Fashion designers create innovative garment designs for the high end, mass market or individual clients. They can work in any specialism from sportswear, children’s clothing or accessories. Fashion designers can work individually or as part of a team and the designs can be produced traditionally as sketches or using computer aided design (CAD). Fashion designers need to keep up to date with emerging fashion trends and need good organisational skills for the development, planning and production of new collections.

SELF EMPLOYMENT – FREELANCE FASHION DESIGNER A freelance fashion designer generally works independently; taking on garment or accessory design commissions for an individual, a store or particular fashion line. In addition to being innovative and creative, a freelance designer needs to have good communication, organisational and networking skills plus an excellent portfolio that showcases creative ability to potential clients.

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FASHION ENGLISH AND MATHS

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN FASHION BUSINESS AND RETAIL LEVEL 3 YEAR 2 DPL3FASHA1P

UAL DIPLOMA IN FASHION BUSINESS AND RETAIL LEVEL 2

UAL DIPLOMA IN FASHION BUSINESS AND RETAIL LEVEL 3 YEAR 1

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DPL3FASHA1P

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN FASHION LEVEL 3 EDL3FASHA1P

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LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

FASHION DESIGNER

GARMENT TECHNOLOGIST

DEGREE FOUNDATION DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL FASHION AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY

FASHION RETAIL BUYER

FASHION ILLUSTRATOR

SELF-EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 4

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Digital

There is a lot of overlap between Digital & Creative and Design in terms of defined occupational routes. This is important to note as progression paths can cross from one to the other. We have highlighted 4 possible career options.

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WHAT ARE DIGITAL MEDIA AND THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES?

CAREERS

Digital media is the use of the digital world and delivery methods; such as the internet, smart phones, TV, cinema, streaming, and apps etc. to communicate an intended message.

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

There are a vast array of people who work together, using digital tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Final Cut Pro, After Effects and HD/4K film equipment to produce visually stunning imagery or to take vast amounts of data from public/medical research or public records and make them easily understandable for a wide audience.

Average Wage P/A £25,994 Graphic design is a broad term which can cover a range of specialist design related jobs. Graphic designers use text and imagery to solve problems. This usually takes the form of books and magazines, posters and flyers, websites and apps, but is not entirely constrained to these.

MOVING IMAGE DESIGNER Average Wage P/A £35,295

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN DIGITAL MEDIA AND THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES?

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English is used to help communicate ideas and plans to a wide variety of team members. A large amount of the finished work requires the use of text and grammar so spelling and punctuation can be vital to convey the correct message. All these occupations require strong maths knowledge. The use of precise measurements, timings and proportion are vital to ensure your film is the right length, or the image fits on the mobile screen, or that you don’t print something the wrong size and then have to pay to print it all again.

Moving image design is a specialist role within graphic design. Moving image designers concentrate on the use of text and imagery, as well as sound, in a moving, timeline-based format. This includes work on film and TV title sequences, online and broadcast adverts, and all other forms of animation used to promote or entertain.

UX OR UI DESIGNER

Average Wage P/A £35,295 UX (user experience) designers explore a variety of different approaches to solving specific user problems, and the UI (user interface) designers are in charge of designing every screen or page that a user interacts with. They make sure that online material (such as websites) visually communicate the plan and navigation that a UX designer has laid out.

TV & FILM EDITOR

Average Wage P/A £39,956 Editors work closely with film & TV directors and producers to create an understandable flow and storyline for a project. They will cut and paste (digitally) the film footage that has been shot on set, and combine this with visual effects to create mood and atmosphere for the finished project.

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 2 DPL2CRTCA1P

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 1

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION LEVEL 2 DPL2CRMPA1P

UAL DIPLOMA ART, DESIGN AND MEDIA LEVEL 1 DPL1ADSMA1P

UAL DIPLOMA IN ART AND DESIGN LEVEL 2 DPL2ARDSA1P

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ENGLISH AND MATHS UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ANIMATION AND GAMES LEVEL 3

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

EDL3CMAGA1P

EDL3PHOTA1P

EDL3CRMPA1P

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN ART, DESIGN AND GRAPHICS LEVEL 3

MOVING IMAGE DESIGNER

DEGREE

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION LEVEL 3

FOUNDATION DEGREE IN IN DIGITAL ANIMATION

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN PHOTOGRAPHY LEVEL 3

UX OR UI DESIGNER

DPL3ARDSA1P

UAL DIPLOMA FOUNDATION STUDIES IN ART AND DESIGN LEVEL 3

TV AND FILM EDITOR

DPL3FOUNA1P

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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WHAT IS VFX?

CAREERS

VFX or Visual Effects are the processes by which imagery is created or manipulated outside the context of a live action shot.

VFX SUPERVISOR

VFX are a way of mixing real film shooting with false or animated images. For instance, a movie that shows an actor jumping off the ground and flying into the air, is created using VFX. Almost every single movie these days uses VFX.

Average Wage P/A £39,956 Makes sure that VFX shots are identified, and elements are captured appropriately for postproduction.

COMPOSITOR

Average Wage P/A £27,885

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN IT AND COMPUTING? Maths is used extensively throughout the entire visual effects process. In 3D modelling, there are lots of calculations, co-ordinates, polygons and scaling work. In texturing there are elements of lighting and shade adjustments using percentages and proportions and elements of algorithms for repeated and random patterns. In planning you need to work on timings and frame rates, etc. English is mainly used in pre-production where you need to produce planning and proposal documents. You will be required to develop thematic story lines and possibly scripts. Also presentation pitches and critiques would require a good use of vocabulary and terminology.

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Compositors construct the final image by combining layers of previously-created material, including computer animation, special effects, graphics, 2D animation, live action and static background plates.

CONCEPT ARTIST

Average Wage P/A £29,055 Concept artists produce the illustrations that help production designers realise their vision.

DIGITAL PREPARATION ARTIST Average Wage P/A £25,994

Digital prep artists are responsible for rig removal tasks, painting out on-screen markers, wires and rigging before the shot can move along the pipeline.

MATCH MOVE ARTIST

Average Wage P/A £39,956 Match move artists imitate the camera movements in live action shots and match those movements in 3D computer animations.

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VISUAL EFFECTS (VFX) ENGLISH AND MATHS

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION LEVEL 2

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION LEVEL 3 DPL3CRMPA1P

DPL2CRMPA1P

UAL DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ANIMATION AND GAMES LEVEL 3 DPL3CMAGA1P

UAL DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 2 DPL2CRTCA1P

UAL EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN VISUAL EFFECTS (VFX) EDL3VSFXA1P

LEVEL 2 40

LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

VFX SUPERVISOR

COMPOSITOR

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIPS VISUAL EFFECTS CONCEPT ARTIST

DIGITAL PREP ARTIST

MATCH MOVE ARTIST

DEGREE DIGITAL ANIMATION SELF EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 4

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Digital

There can be overlap between the IT and digital occupation routes. This is important to note as progression paths can cross from one to the other. We have highlighted 4 possible areas of work, all of which contain various job roles within them.

IT & COMPUTING 16


WHAT IS IT AND COMPUTING? IT and computing includes hardware and software in areas such as computer networking, web design, programming, database design and development, video editing, animation and multimedia, computer maintenance, cyber-security, CAD and 3D design and engineering and PLC programming. Studying IT and computing prepares you for careers in related computing pathways such as computer maintenance and IT support, software engineering, web and graphic designers, IT project managers, systems analysts and network and cybersecurity technicians. The IT and computing sector is currently experiencing major skills shortages in particular careers areas.

CAREERS WEB DESIGNER

Average Wage P/A £35,295 Also known as a web producer, multimedia architect and internet engineer. Web development is a broad term and covers everything to do with building websites and all the infrastructure that sits behind them. The job is still viewed as the trendy side of IT years after it first emerged. These days web development is pretty technical and involves some hardcore programming as well as the more creative side of designing the user interfaces of new websites.

PROGRAMMER OR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Average Wage P/A £46,391 Computer software engineers apply the principles and techniques of computer science, engineering and mathematical analysis to the design, development, testing and evaluation of the software and the systems that enable computers to perform their many applications. Software engineers are involved in the design and development of many types of software, including software for operating systems and network distribution, and software for compilers (which convert programs for execution on a computer).

IT OPERATION TECHNICIAN Average Wage P/A £33,209

Average Wage P/A £46,391

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN IT AND COMPUTING? Maths is an important part of computer studies. Computers would not compute nor communicate without mathematics and significant proportion of computer science concepts cannot be described without mathematics. Computing is an academic discipline that depends heavily on various kinds of mathematics such as probability and statistics and logic. In order to master knowledge and skills in computing it is necessary to have a certain level of competence in English language. There is a huge amount of information available in books, journals, magazines and on the Internet that can help students studying IT or doing research.

Also known as application programmers, software architects, system programmers/ engineers. The work of a software engineer typically includes designing and programming system-level software: operating systems, database systems, embedded systems and so on. They understand how both software and hardware function. The work can involve talking to clients and colleagues to assess and define what solution or system is needed, which means there’s a lot of interaction as well as full-on technical work.

DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER

Also known technical support, helpdesk support, operations analyst and problem managers. These are the professional troubleshooters of the IT world. Many technical support specialists work for hardware manufacturers and suppliers solving the problems of business customers or consumers, but many work for end-user companies supporting, monitoring and maintaining workplace technology and responding to users’ requests for help. Some lines of support require professionals with specific experience and knowledge, but tech support can also be a good way into the industry for graduates.

Average Wage P/A £29,894

A digital marketing manager is responsible for developing, implementing and managing marketing campaigns that promote a company and its products and/or services. They play a major role in enhancing brand awareness within the digital space as well as driving website traffic and acquiring leads/ customers. A digital marketing manager also identifies and evaluates new digital technologies and uses web analytics tools to measure site traffic to optimise marketing campaigns, email marketing, social media and display and search advertising.

DATA SCIENTIST

Average Wage P/A £49,881 Combining skills within statistics, computer science and analytics, a data scientist will derive meaning where many are simply overwhelmed by the data. Through effective communication of findings, the data scientist allows businesses to realise hidden revenue streams and maximize business efficiencies.

IT INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER Average Wage P/A £49,881

Also known as network engineers, hardware engineers or network designers. Network engineering is one of the more technically demanding IT jobs. Broadly speaking the role involves setting up, administering, maintaining and upgrading communication systems, local area networks and wide area networks for an organisation. Network engineers are also responsible for security, data storage and disaster recovery strategies.

CYBER SECURITY PROFESSIONAL Average Wage P/A £55,341

Cyber security analysts help prevent attacks through their expertise and knowledge of databases, networks, hardware, firewalls and encryption. They keep computer systems running smoothly, prevent the theft of financial and personal information and block intruders from accessing and divulging proprietary data.

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DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION AND CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 2 DPL2ICRTA1G_SGC DPL2ICRTB1P_WS

BTEC DIPLOMA / EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 3 Diploma Year 1: NDL3ITECA1P Extended Diploma Year 2: NDL3ITECB1P

EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION AND CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 2 ECL2ICRTA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN IT USER SKILLS LEVEL 2

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APPRENTICESHIP IN ICT LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

1 • WEB DESIGNER • PROGRAMMER/SOFTWARE DEVELOPER • DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN IT SOFTWARE WEB & TELECOMS PROFESSIONAL LEVEL 4

2 • DATA SCIENTIST • SOFTWARE ENGINEER

3 • IT OPERATION TECHNICIAN • IT INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER • CYBER SECURITY PROFESSIONAL

DEGREE BSC/FD IN COMPUTER NETWORKS AND SECURITY SELF-EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 4

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Engineering & Manufacturing

We have highlighted 5 possible career options. The engineering route also includes career paths for vehicle maintenance and repair roles which you will find on page 50.

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WHAT IS ENGINEERING? Engineering is the application of mathematics, as well as scientific, economic, social, and practical knowledge in order to invent, innovate, design, build, maintain, research, and improve structures, machines, tools, systems, components, materials, processes, solutions, and organisations. Engineering covers many different types of activity using their creativity to design solutions to the world’s problems such as develop new materials like high performance sports fabrics or new electronic displays. Engineers also develop new ways to generate electricity such as wind and solar power technologies.

CAREERS AVIATION ENGINEER

Average Wage P/A £39,156 Aviation engineers are highly skilled, knowledgeable, and able to maintain and repair any component of an aircraft - and could specialise in areas such as electrics, airframe, engine, light aircraft, and radar and communications. Aviation engineers are highly responsible, and attention to detail is very important. Technicians can work worldwide, or be based at a single airport

PLANT MAINTENANCE FITTER Average Wage P/A £28,919

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN ENGINEERING? English and maths are used globally in engineering. Poor English means you won’t be able to communicate with other engineers locally or internationally. Maths is the core of any engineering project, so it is important to be able to understand all aspects of maths.

Maintenance fitters have the mechanical ability to design, and maintain machinery in industrial settings. Examples might be car plant maintenance, production line robotics, aggregate plant maintenance, and industrial manufacturing sites. The ability to work in challenging environments is important, as well as working safely and being creative in overcoming problems.

ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING ENGINEER

Average Wage P/A £38,766

Similar to the duties of a plant maintenance fitter, but with an emphasis on the electrical side. For instance, work might involve software programming or hardware installation, or electrical installation of high power circuits.

DESIGN INSTALLATION ENGINEER on I’m ke en d I’ like aviation, great to land a e care r

Average Wage P/A £38,766

A good background knowledge is essential to be able to design plant installations, producing plans, technical drawings to specific requirements and meeting current legislation. An ability to communicate with suppliers, contractors, and installation engineers is essential, as well as an understanding of the latest developments in the field.

SELF EMPLOYMENT

Considered to be the pinnacle of engineering, as you are dependent on your skills and knowledge to sell your services. This can be a sole trader contributing to a big organisation or as the director of other engineers on a project or contract. The ability to network and engage with other companies is essential, as is being creative and having a positive attitude in the face of adversity.

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BTEC SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING LEVEL 3 SDL3ENGNA1P

ACCESS TO HE: ENGINEERING

BTEC DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING LEVEL 2

DPL2ENGNA1

BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING LEVEL 3 EDL3ENGNA1P

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LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

AVIATION ENGINEER

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP • AVIATION ENGINEER (BA, VIRGIN ATLANTIC) • TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER (BT, O2, SKY)

PLANT MAINTENANCE FITTER

ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING ENGINEER

DEGREE EXTENDED DEGREE IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

DESIGN INSTALLATION ENGINEER

DGL4ENGTA1P

SELF-EMPLOYMENT

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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WHAT IS VEHICLE MAINTENANCE?

CAREERS

Vehicle maintenance is everything associated with the road worthiness of vehicles used on the public highway. Specialisms include motorsport, motorcycles or goods vehicles, including HGVs, buses and coaches. Whilst the majority of vehicles are still combustion engine powered, there is an increasing demand for skills in maintaining hybrid and electrically-powered vehicles. Higher levels include fault diagnosis and MOT inspection.

VEHICLE FITTER

Average Wage P/A £25,292 Vehicle fitting is an entry level role in the automotive industry. This generally involves fitting tyres, exhausts, batteries and other consumable components. Daily duties would also involve customer contact, manual labour, parts ordering, cash and card handling, stock taking and general duties associated with working in a garage with a fast turnover. Fitters work on a broad range of vehicles, not just cars and duties may include roadside repairs and recovery.

VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE? English and maths skills are essential for anybody working in the automotive industry, together with good IT and communication skills. This is a customer facing environment and the ability to write detailed reports is critical - for instance, if warranty claims are to be processed efficiently. Maths is used on a daily basis - for ratios, capacity, costing and estimates, and the ability to record parts used on basic tasks.

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Average Wage P/A £25,292 A vehicle technician typically works in an independent garage or franchise dealership, with little customer contact, concentrating on the service and repair of vehicles. Vehicle technicians commonly report to a workshop foreman and work within a small team of technicians in a workshop.

DIAGNOSTIC TECHNICIAN Average Wage P/A £25,292

A diagnostic technician focuses on fault finding and rectification of faults, or instructing others to complete component replacement. Diagnostic technicians are normally promoted to this role after working at technician level and is dependent on automotive knowledge and understanding. The job can lead onto a master technician role in a main dealer workshop or MOT tester.

MOT TESTER

Average Wage P/A £25,292 Testers conduct and record the MOTs on behalf of the DVSA. This is a very responsible job with accountability to the Government for the correct testing of vehicles for road worthiness.

SELF EMPLOYMENT

Usually an independent garage owner who employs other staff, or has his own workshop / MOT testing facility. It can take a number of years to gather the customer base and this is usually built on a good reputation, so having background knowledge is essential.

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IMI DIPLOMA VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR LEVEL 1

DIPLOMA IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ENTRY 3

IMI DIPLOMA VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR LEVEL 2 DPL2MVRPA1P

DIPLOMA IN MOTORSPORT VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR LEVEL 2 DPL2MSPTA1P

ENTRY 3 - LEVEL 1 52

LEVEL 2

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

VEHICLE FITTER

IMI DIPLOMA IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR LEVEL 3

DPL3MVRPA1P

LEVEL 3

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP

VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

DIAGNOSTIC TECHNICIAN

DIAGNOSTIC TECHNICIAN

DEGREE FOUNDATION DEGREE IN EVENTS MANAGEMENT WITH TRAVEL AND TOURISM OR MOTORSPORT (TOP-UP HONORS DEGREE ALSO AVAILABLE)

LEVEL 4

MOT TESTER

SELF-EMPLOYMENT

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Hair & Beauty

HAIRDRESSING 16


WHAT IS HAIRDRESSING? There are a number of occupations within the industry including stylists, colour technicians and salon owners. This includes working in hairdressing salons, barbering salons, cruise ships, hotels, and freelance, as an educator in product companies, sales reps for product companies or as a teacher/trainer. The skills that are required include shampooing and conditioning, cutting, styling and dressing, colouring, perming and plaiting.

CAREERS

HAIRDRESSING TEACHER OR ASSESSOR Average Wage P/A £37,889

HAIR STYLIST

Average Wage P/A £14,625 Stylists need to be fashion conscious, creative and have good communication skills. They must be able to cut, style and dress hair, as well as knowing how to colour, perm and plait hair in line with the client requirements. Stylists need to carry out consultations with their clients prior to the service to ensure they are satisfied. Other qualities required include patience and good organisational skills.

SELF EMPLOYMENT – FREELANCE HAIRDRESSER

SALON MANAGER

Average Wage P/A £24,668

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN HAIRDRESSING? A good standard of English is required in the hair industry so that stylists can communicate with clients to ensure everyone is safe in the salon. An excellent standard of service must be provided to the client so as to ensure their return and promote further services and products. Reception duties include booking clients for various services. A good standard of maths is also required for reception duties, in order to take payments and make bookings. Maths is also important for mixing and measuring products in colouring.

As a hairdressing teacher you are responsible for teaching students the skills and knowledge for a career in the hairdressing industry, including health and safety. The teacher is responsible for individual tutorial ensuring the students are set SMART targets so that they achieve their qualification. A teacher will be expected to plan schemes of work, lesson plans, and resources, assess students’ work and marking assignments.

A salon manager is responsible for the day to day running of the salon. The manager must ensure that the salon runs smoothly and efficiently, the staff are allocated the correct workload for their skills, and also ensure that client satisfaction is maintained. Salon managers make sure services are completed to a high standard, and are responsible for the health and safety within the salon as well as the recruiting of staff and any disciplinary issues that arise. The salon manager is required to have exemplary organisational skills in order to organise staff rotas, holidays etc.

Working as a freelance hairdresser allows you to work the hours that suit you - however you need to be flexible to suit your clients. Freelance hairdressers must set up, promote and expand their own businesses. Time management is very important as travelling time between clients’ needs to be factored into your daily schedule. You will need to be confident in your hairdressing skills, as you will be working by yourself on a daily basis. The Freelance Hairdressers Association (FHA) exists to ensure that professional freelance operators are represented within the industry. The FHA ensures standards are maintained within the industry and promotes continued professional development.

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HAIRDRESSING

ENGLISH AND MATHS DIPLOMA IN WOMEN’S HAIRDRESSING LEVEL 2 DPL2HAIRA1P

CTLEHBTYA1P

INTRODUCTION TO SKILLS FOR HAIR AND BEAUTY ENTRY 3

CERTIFICATE IN HAIRDRESSING AND BARBERING LEVEL 1 CTL1HAIRA1P

APPRENTICESHIP IN HAIRDRESSING LEVEL 2

TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE IN BARBERING LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO THE HAIR AND BEAUTY SECTOR LEVEL 1 DPL1HBTYA1P

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TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE FOR CUTTING AND STYLING SERVICES LEVEL 2

APPRENTICESHIP IN BARBERING LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

HAIR STYLIST

DPL3HAIRA1P

LEVEL 4

DEGREE

LEVEL 3

SALON MANAGER HAIRDRESSING MANAGEMENT

APPRENTICESHIP IN HAIRDRESSING LEVEL 3

HIGHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS IN TECHNICAL SALON MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA IN ADVANCED HAIRDRESSING TECHNIQUES LEVEL 4

ADVANCED TECHNICAL DIPLOMA IN HAIRDRESSING LEVEL 3

HAIRDRESSING TEACHER OR ASSESSOR

FREELANCE HAIRDRESSER

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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BEAUTY THERAPY 16


WHAT IS BEAUTY THERAPY? Beauty therapists and make-up artists generally work in the commercial sector. The skills that are required for a beauty therapist include promoting and selling products and services, knowledge of anatomy and physiology, body massage, facial and body electrotherapy treatments, dry spa treatments and electrical epilation. A make-up artist requires skills in fashion and photographic make-up, media make up, as well as body art and camouflage make-up. There are a number of occupations in the industry, such as beauty therapy, make-up artistry, and spa management. This includes working in beauty salons, on cruise ships, in hotels, freelance, and on make-up counters, doing make-up for television and films, and teaching / training.

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN BEAUTY THERAPY? A good standard of English is required within in the beauty industry in order to communicate with therapists, make-up artists and clients to ensure everyone is safe within the working environment. An excellent standard of service must be provided to the client so as to ensure their return and promote further services and products. In the salon, reception duties include booking clients for various services. A good standard of maths is also required for reception duties in order to take payments and make bookings. Maths is also important for mixing and measuring products and vital if owning your own business.

CAREERS BEAUTY THERAPIST

Average Wage P/A £18,077 As a beauty therapist you are required to have; a friendly and welcoming manner, the ability to relax the client, good communication skills to explain procedures, the ability to promote products and services. Day to day treatments include face and body treatments such as facials, make-up applications, eye treatments, manicuring, pedicuring, waxing, electrotherapy treatments and spray tanning.

MAKE-UP ARTIST

BEAUTY TEACHER OR TRAINER Average Wage P/A £37,889

As a beauty teacher you are responsible for teaching students’ skills and knowledge for a career in the beauty industry including health and safety. The teacher is responsible for individual tutorial ensuring the students are set SMART targets so that they achieve their qualification. The teacher is expected to respect everyone and promote equality and diversity. The teacher could be teaching a wide range of students from 14 years old to adults. The teacher will be required to plan schemes of work, lesson plans, and resources, assess student’s work as well as marking assignments.

Average Wage P/A £18,077 As a make-up artist you require the following skills; stamina, patience, ability to work under pressure, attention to detail, creativity and imagination, good communication and people skills. Day to day duties include researching and designing make-up and hairstyles, working to production designers’ instructions, styling hair, using special effect make-up, taking photos for reference, being on set to redo hair and make-up, removing make-up and hair, styling wigs and hairpieces.

SELF EMPLOYMENT

Working as a mobile beauty therapist or makeup artist allows you to work the hours that suit you, however you need to be flexible to suit your clients. As a mobile beauty therapist or make-up artist you are required to set up, promote and expand your business. Time management is very important as travelling time is often required to be calculated in between clients. You will need to be confident in your beauty skills as you will be working by yourself on a daily basis.

SPA MANAGER

Average Wage P/A £18,077 A spa manager in a health or beauty spa will be expected to manage the daily operations including personnel, finances, marketing and the beauty and spa services offered. Spas can be found in a variety of settings such as health clubs, cruise ships, resorts, mineral springs and hotels. A spa manager will be expected to hire, train and supervise staff. Spa managers will also be expected to create a weekly work schedule, train new employees and arrange staff workshops to enhance their continued professional development.

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TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE IN MAKE-UP ARTISTRY LEVEL 2 CTL2MKARA1P

TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE IN BEAUTY THERAPY LEVEL 2 CTL2BUTYA1P

ADVANCED TECHNICAL DIPLOMA IN MAKE-UP ARTISTRY LEVEL 3

ADVANCED TECHNICAL DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY AND SPA THERAPY LEVEL 3 DPL3BUTYA1P

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ENGLISH AND MATHS HNC DIPLOMA IN HAIR, BEAUTY AND SPA THERAPY MANAGEMENT LEVEL 4

BEAUTY THERAPIST

HCL4HBSTA1P

MAKE-UP ARTIST

CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED THEATRICAL AND MEDIA MAKE-UP LEVEL 4 CTL4MKUPA1A

DEGREE • BUSINESS MANAGEMENT • SPA MANAGEMENT

SPA MANAGER

LASER HAIR REMOVAL LEVEL 4 BEAUTY TEACHER OR TRAINER

SEMI-PERMANENT MAKE-UP APPLICATION LEVEL 4

LEVEL 4

FREELANCE BEAUTY THERAPIST/MAKEUP ARTIST

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Health & Science

This occupational route contains the Sciences and Dental Technologies which has separate progression routes on page 66, but there are crossovers between the two. Therefore if you are interested in the Sciences you should also look at Dental Technologies and vice-versa. We have highlighted 4 possible career options.

SCIENCE 16


WHAT IS SCIENCE? The science sector is vast and covers a variety of disciplines across all the main sciences – biology, chemistry and physics. This has inevitably given rise to a huge number of career possibilities. The potential of developing a career in the health and the medical sector, pharmaceuticals, medical technology and industrial biotechnology is high, especially since these areas have been the fastest growing in the sector. However, there are numerous other careers that scientists can pursue such as environmental research, education, working in the petroleum industry, chemical research, astronomy, space research, physicist, lab technician and many more. Skills required vary according to the career you wish to develop. However, academic knowledge and laboratory skills are key to almost all occupations within the sector.

CAREERS BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST

Average Wage P/A £43,446 Biomedical scientists work for companies diagnosing and treating disease using a range of scientific tests.

RADIOTHERAPIST

Average Wage P/A £58,266 Radiotherapists take images of patients to diagnose injury or disease with opportunities to progress to consultant level.

FORENSIC LABORATORY OFFICER Average Wage P/A £43,446

Forensic laboratory officers analyse evidence to link a suspect to a crime scene.

DENTAL TECHNICIAN

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN SCIENCE?

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English and maths are both crucial to any career within the science sector. Scientific concepts can be complex and require the development of vocabulary and logical, grammatical writing skills for the production of reports, analysis and presentations. Maths is in many ways a foundation subject for all science careers. Certainly chemistry and physics related careers require an understanding of complex maths. Medical related careers often require the analysis of statistics. Hence the development of both English and maths skills is integral to each student’s study programme.

Average Wage P/A £27,088 Dental technicians work in labs designing and building dental devices for dentists across the country.

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BTEC FOUNDATION DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE LEVEL 3

DPL2APSCA1P

NDL3APSCA1P

PRE ACCESS TO SCIENCE LEVEL 2

BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE LEVEL 3

BTEC DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE LEVEL 1

DPL1APSCA1P

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BTEC DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE LEVEL 2

CTL2SCNCA1P

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LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP DENTAL TECHNICIAN

RADIOTHERAPIST

ACCESS TO HE: SCIENCE

ACL3SCNCA1P_SGC DPL2APSCB1P_WS

FORENSIC LABORATORY OFFICER

DEGREE • BIOCHEMISTRY • MEDICAL PHYSICS • FORENSICS DENTAL TECHNICIAN

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Health & Science

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WHAT IS DENTISTRY? Dentistry is the treatment of diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums, especially the repair and extraction of teeth and the insertion of artificial ones. The dental industry is changing and the BSC Centre of Dental Sciences will lead the way in fulfilling the needs of the developing industry through delivering a well-rounded and highly skilled workforce to meet those changing skills demands. For those wishing to pursue a career in the clinical side, a career as a dental nurse role is to support direct chair-side work during an extensive range of dental treatments. For those wishing to pursue a career making dental appliances (cosmetic coverings for teeth whitening, sports mouth guards, false teeth) you can join our registerable Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship in Dental Technology course.

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN DENTISTRY? Communication with clients, treatment plans and referrals, with a range of individuals demands excellent communication skills. Mathematics is core throughout, measuring, ratios, temperatures, strength values and time management.

CAREERS DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGER Average Wage P/A £33,852

A dental practice manager is trained to manage the responsibilities of all non-clinical aspects within a specified practice to achieve excellent patient care, quality, cost and delivery performance in line with practice strategy, goals and values. A dental practice manager will also be trained to lead a team by providing support and direction to enhance performance, skills and knowledge of all practice staff.

DENTAL NURSE

Average Wage P/A £20,358

DENTAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT Average Wage P/A £27,088

As dental laboratory assistant you will work in a dental laboratory under the supervision of a dental technician. Your role helps towards construction of a range of dental appliances. On a daily basis you will be constructing models from dental impressions, forming special impression trays, bite registration blocks as well as other assistant duties.

SELF EMPLOYMENT - DENTAL PRACTICE OWNER

As a dental technician you can start your own business. When starting out, some dental technicians rent bench space in other laboratories and create their own client base.

A dental nurse focuses on direct chairside work and support during a range of dental treatments. Study encompasses the underpinning ethics, professionalism, teamwork and communication required to work as a dental nurse. The qualification encompasses the current General Dental Council (GDC) learning outcomes and Skills for Health National Occupational Standards.

DENTAL TECHNICIAN

Average Wage P/A £27,088 A dental technician works in a laboratory constructing dental appliances from a dentist’s prescription. They must have good manual dexterity skills and a comprehensive understanding of dental technology practices in terms of practical theoretical knowledge. Fundamental aspects of oral anatomy, physiology and its influence on dental appliance design are core basic dental technology techniques used for each technology discipline.

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DPL3DNNRA1P

BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN DENTAL TECHNOLOGY LEVEL 3 EDL3DNTCA1P

LEVEL 3

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT LEVEL 4

TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE IN WORKING IN DENTAL SETTINGS LEVEL 2

CTL2DENTA1P

LEVEL 2

DIPLOMA IN DENTAL NURSING LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGER

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP

DENTAL NURSE

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP DENTAL TECHNICIAN LEVEL 5

DENTAL TECHNICIAN

DENTAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT

DEGREE • FOUNDATION DEGREE IN DENTAL TECHNOLOGY • BSC (HONS) IN DENTAL TECHNOLOGY

SELF-EMPLOYMENT/ LABORATORY OWNER

LEVEL 5+

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Health & Science

These occupational routes have overlap with Health and Science, so if you have an interest in this area you should also visit page 62.

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WHAT IS SPORTS? The sports industry is a booming business with a variety of roles including competing in sports, supporting athletes in their sporting careers, sports media, sportswear manufacturing and the sports equipment industry. The actual range of jobs is huge and we try to reflect this in our courses. As well as playing and coaching, we open up areas such as sports nutrition, sports psychology, strength and conditioning training and massage therapy and rehabilitation.

CAREERS SPORTS COACH

Average Wage P/A £27,398 A sports coach is a person involved in the direction, instruction and training of the operations of a sports team or of individual sports people.

PE TEACHER

Average Wage P/A £37,889

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN SPORT? There is a considerable amount of maths and English in sport, including providing statistics for match analysis, work rest ratios for personal trainers and fitness instructors, and presentation skills for performers when giving interviews.

A PE teacher is responsible for planning, teaching and tutoring students in a school setting. They teach a range of different sports and provide young people with an opportunity to develop and improve their social and physical skills.

SPORTS THERAPIST

Average Wage P/A £23,322 A sports therapist is an individual that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to maximum levels of performance.

SPORTS PERFORMANCE ANALYST Average Wage P/A £27,398

A performance analyst monitors and records sporting performances and liaises with coaches and athletes in the training and competition environments to improve their performance.

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SELF EMPLOYMENT - PERSONAL TRAINER Average Wage P/A £15,756

A personal trainer is an individual certified to have a varying degree of knowledge of general fitness involved in exercise prescription and instruction. They motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback.

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SPORTS THERAPY

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ENGLISH AND MATHS BTEC CERTIFICATE IN SPORT BWFC LEVEL 2

YMCA DIPLOMA IN PERSONAL TRAINING BWFC LEVEL 3

CTL2SPRTB1P_BW

DPL3PTRNB1P_BW

YMCA DIPLOMA IN HEALTH, FITNESS AND EXERCISE INSTRUCTION BWFC LEVEL 2

BTEC DIPLOMA IN SPORT BWFC LEVEL 3

DPL1SPRTA1P_SGC DPL1SPRTB1P_BW

BTEC INTRODUCTORY DIPLOMA SPORT LEVEL 1

DPL2HFTEB1P_BW

YMCA AWARD IN HEALTH FITNESS AND EXERCISE INSTRUCTION LEVEL 2 DPL2HFTEA1P_SGC

NVQ CERTIFICATE IN ACTIVITY LEADERSHIP LEVEL 2

CTL2SPRTA1P_SGC

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BTEC DIPLOMA IN SPORT LEVEL 3

CTL2ACTLA1P_SGC

BTEC CERTIFICATE IN SPORT LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN SPORT LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2

YMCA CERTIFICATE IN PERSONAL TRAINING LEVEL 3 DPL3PTRNA1P_SGC

LEVEL 3

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DON’T FORGET EACH TRAINING LEVEL CAN LEAD DIRECTLY IN TO EMPLOYMENT

THIS COURSE IS SO NEW IT DOESN’T HAVE A CODE VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO FIND OUT MORE COURSE AVAILABLE AT BARNET AND SOUTHGATE COLLEGE

ENGLISH AND MATHS

SPORTS COACH

ACL3HWSTA1P

ACCESS TO HE: HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES (SPORTS THERAPY)

PE TEACHER

DEGREE • SPORTS SCIENCE • SPORTS DEVELOPMENT AND COACHING • SPORTS THERAPY

SPORTS THERAPIST

SPORTS PERFORMANCE ANALYST

PERSONAL TRAINER

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Social Care

For this route we have highlighted 5 possible career pathways.

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WHAT IS HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE?

CAREERS

The health and social care sector includes a wide range of roles, with different skills. The industry includes the work which takes place within hospitals, care homes, nursing homes, hospices and dental practices.

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT Average Wage P/A £22,211

As a healthcare assistant (HCA), you’ll work under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. Sometimes staff working in HCA roles are known as nursing assistants, nursing auxiliaries or auxiliary nurses. You may work across a range of settings, including hospitals, GP surgeries and community settings as well as the private sector.

ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS I.E. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Average Wage P/A £37,109

The allied health professions (AHPs) include everything from occupational therapist, podiatrist, dietitian, music therapist, to physiotherapist, diagnostic radiographer, therapeutic radiographer, and speech and language therapist.

SOCIAL WORKER

Average Wage P/A £38,571

HOW IS ENGLISH AND MATHS USED IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE? English is used on a day-to-day basis to communicate with clients, and draft treatment plans and referrals. Maths is core throughout all aspects of health and social care provision, encompassing measuring, ratios, temperatures, strength and time management.

CARE MANAGER

Average Wage P/A £34,223 The position of care manager is a front-line leadership role within a care setting. You’ll be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operations, including recruiting and managing staff teams, managing budgets and ensuring that the quality of the services provided meets national care standards.

Social workers work with people and families to support them through difficult times and ensure that vulnerable people, including children and adults are safeguarded from harm. Their role is to provide support and help in order to improve outcomes in people’s lives. Social workers work in a variety of settings within a framework of relevant legislation and procedures, supporting individuals, families and groups within the community

NURSE OR MIDWIFE

Average Wage P/A £40,892 Nurses plan and provide medical and nursing care to patients who are suffering from chronic or acute physical or mental ill health in hospital, at home or in other settings. Midwives provide advice, care and support for women and their babies during pregnancy, labour and the early postnatal period. You’ll help women to make their own decisions about the care and services they access and will provide health education and parenting advice until care is transferred to a health visitor.

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HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE ENGLISH AND MATHS CACHE CERTIFICATE/ EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 3 Certificate: CTL3HESCA1P Ext Certificate: ECL2HESCA1P

CACHE DIPLOMA HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 2 CACHE DIPLOMA HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 1

DPL1HESCA1P

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DPL2HESCATP

BTEC DIPLOMA/ EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 3 Diploma: FDL3HESCA1P Extended Diploma: EDL3HESCATP

APPRENTICESHIP IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 3

APPRENTICESHIP IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2

APPRENTICESHIP IN NHS - HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE MENTAL HEALTH LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3

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ENGLISH AND MATHS

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT ACCESS TO HE: MIDWIFERY ACL3MDWFA1P

HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP • HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT LEVEL 5 • BTEC THERAPEUTIC COUNSELLING LEVEL 5

CARE MANAGER

NURSE OR MIDWIFE ACCESS TO HE: NURSING ACL3NURSA1P

ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS I.E. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

DEGREE ACCESS TO HE: SOCIAL WORK

• BA (HONS) SOCIAL WORK • BSC (HONS) NURSING • BSC (HONS) MIDWIFERY

SOCIAL WORKER

ACL3SWRKA1P

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5

POTENTIAL OCCUPATIONS

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Foundation Learning programmes are suitable for any student that has not achieved their GCSEs and has not yet decided exactly what career/employment option they want to take. Foundation Learning provides a route into main stream programmes but can also be studied alongside your Level 2 main programme once you have achieved Level 1. If your education has suffered because of illness, or you have caring responsibilities, or maybe English is not your first language – our personal support packages will help you get back on track.

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ENTRY 1 - LEVEL 2

GCSE ENGLISH AND MATHS LEVEL 2

ENTRY 3 - LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3 +

ACADEMIC OR VOCATIONAL ROUTE IN COLLEGE

BACK ON TRACK BTEC VOCATIONAL STUDIES

BRIDGING PROGRAMME ENTRY 3 - LEVEL 2

BRIDGING GCSE PACKAGE

GCSE SCIENCE PACKAGE GCL2SCPPA1P

OR

BRIDGING BTEC VOCATIONAL STUDIES IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH AND MATHS (FUNCTIONAL SKILLS)

• BIOLOGY • CHEMISTRY • PHYSICS • PSYCHOLOGY

MOVE UP

EMPLOYMENT ROUTE

ENTRY 3 VOCATIONAL STUDIES

E.G. APPRENTICESHIPS

ENTRY 1 - LEVEL 2

PERSONAL SUPPORT PACKAGE

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English

A route into mainstream education for those learners for whom English is a second language.

WHAT IS AN ESOL PATHWAY? We aim to get ESOL learners in to mainstream education as soon as possible and offer ESOL pathways, so students can study ESOL alongside one of the subjects listed opposite. In this way, we can ensure extra language support is offered at the right level. We improve our students’ language skills and also equip them with the essential employment skills necessary to find work or to progress onto other courses within the College.

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ENGLISH AND MATHS HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1

CTE3ESOLD1P

CHILDCARE ESOL PATHWAY ENTRY 3

APPLIED SCIENCE ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1 CTL1ESOLD1P

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1 CTL1ESOLF1P

CTL1ESOLE1P

ESOL LEVEL 2

ESOL PRE-ENTRY - ENTRY 3

SPORTS ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1

ACADEMIC OR VOCATIONAL ROUTE IN COLLEGE

HAIRDRESSING ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1

CTL2ESOLB1P

YOUNG ESOL ENTRY 1 - ENTRY 3

CONSTRUCTION ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 1

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE ESOL PATHWAY LEVEL 2

CTL1ESOLH1P

ESOL LEVEL 1

YOUNG ESOL LEVEL 1 CTL1ESOLG1P

ENTRY

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

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We offer a broad range of study for those with various additional needs. Where possible, the aim is to progress learners through to mainstream education or work. Continued professional services and functional skills support the main programme.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES •  Physiotherapy •  Nursing •  Speech and Language Therapy

FUNCTIONAL SKILLS •  Reading •  Writing •  Communication •  Media •  Computing

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OUR PATHWAYS Our one year courses are grouped into pathways: •  Work Path (1)

COLLEGE PATH COLLEGE PATH: GATEWAY

•  Skills Path: Complex Needs (4)

For students currently working at Entry Level 1 or Entry Level 2 but who have potential to work at a higher level. Students’ timetables include modules in English, maths, ICT, cooking, drama, sports and social enterprise.

WORK PATH

COLLEGE PATH: NEXT STEP

•  College Path (2)

SKILLS PATH COMPLEX NEEDS SKILLS PATH: EXPLORE LEARNING

For students working at Entry Level Three who especially need to develop basic skills such as English, maths and IT to help them move into work or onto mainstream college courses. Students also take classes in community skills, cooking and employability, and they learn about citizenship in their group tutorials.

Provides different multi-sensory modules for students working between Pre-Entry Milestones One and Five. Communication is at the core of the curriculum. We promote positive use of total communication, including verbal and non-verbal communication, Makaton sign language, picture exchange systems, objects of reference and intensive interaction. We encourage and support all learners to interact with communicative intent. Therapies are an integral part of the daily routine and are spliced into the education, to promote and support an exciting and motivating curriculum.

For students currently working at Entry Level 1 or Entry Level 2 but who have the potential to work at a higher level. There are classes in: employability, English, maths, information technology, sports, community skills, catering and hospitality.

COLLEGE PATH: NEW DIMENSIONS

SKILLS PATH: LEARNING SKILLS

WORK PATH: PROGRESSION

SKILLS PATH PRE VOCATIONAL

•  Skills Path: Pre Vocational (3)

Our Work Path courses are for students wanting to move towards employment. Students on this pathway can take part in our social enterprises and have access to work placements through our job coaches

WORK PATH GATEWAY

For students in their last year at college, studying at Entry Level Three and preparing to move into working life. There are classes in work skills, volunteering, and finding work as well as English, maths, IT and catering.

WORK PATH: CATERING

Students complete an Entry Level Three catering qualification while running the Munch Box café in the Centre as a social enterprise. Students learn about kitchen safety, food hygiene, fitness, nutrition and customer service as well as English and Maths.

WORK PATH: PERFORMING ARTS

Students present an annual drama production while also developing their social skills, confidence, English, maths and IT and completing a BTEC Performing Arts qualification.

STEPS INTO WORK

Students work at Transport for London while taking the Edexcel Certificate in Work Skills at Level One.

Specially structured to meet the needs of students with autism spectrum conditions working around Entry Level Two. As well as basic skills students take classes in cooking, drama, sports and employability.

SKILLS PATH: PRE VOCATIONAL GATEWAY A course for school leavers, working around Entry Level One, who are new to college life and need a clear structured routine. Students develop greater personal independence, social skills and communication skills while taking classes in drama, sport, cooking, work skills, art and community access. Students will develop maths and communication skills and to complete a portfolio qualification in Personal Progress.

SKILLS PATH: PRE VOCATIONAL SKILLS

A course for students progressing on from the Gateway course. They develop in all these areas to prepare for greater independence in adult life. Through tutorials students develop a plan for the future, identifying aspirations and possible work options. Students will develop maths and communication skills and to complete a portfolio qualification in Personal Progress. Students also have opportunities for work placements through our job coaches.

Designed to support the needs of learners who have severe learning disabilities and autism, who are working between Milestones Five and Eight, and who would benefit from a structured systematic approach. Students develop their communication skills to interact, build positive relationships, and use appropriate behaviours to communicate needs to others.

SKILLS PATH: TRANSITIONS

For students with severe learning disabilities or autism, working between Milestones Four and Eight and who have the potential to progress onto other courses. Students are supported to develop positive relationships, explore personal interests and develop both verbal and nonverbal communication.

SKILLS PATH: MOVE TO LEARN

Designed for students who have learning difficulties and/or medical needs as well as physical disabilities that affect their ability to communicate. Students begin working around Milestones Seven and Eight but by developing communication skills, confidence and self-awareness, students can also progress academically to Entry Level One and above. Speech and Language Therapy and physiotherapy are integrated into lessons as part of our MOVE Programme. Students on Skills Path: Complex Needs have an opportunity to take part in our social enterprises.

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SUPPORTED LEARNING

COURSE LINK

WORK PATH (1)

• WORK PATH: CATERING ENTRY LEVEL 2 - LEVEL 1 • WORK PATH: GATEWAY ENTRY LEVEL 1 - 3 • WORK PATH: PROGRESSION ENTRY LEVEL 2 - 3

COLLEGE PATH (2) • NEW DIMENSIONS* • COLLEGE PATH GATEWAY ENTRY LEVEL 1 - 3 • PRE VOCATIONAL PROGRESSION

SKILLS PATH: PRE VOCATIONAL (3)

• PRE VOCATIONAL SKILLS • PRE VOCATIONAL GATEWAY • EXPLORING LEARNING

SKILLS PATH: COMPLEX NEEDS (4)

• LEARNING SKILLS* • TRANSITIONS • MOVE TO LEARN

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ENTRY LEVEL 1

ENTRY LEVEL 2

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THIS COURSE IS SO NEW IT DOESN’T HAVE A CODE VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO FIND OUT MORE COURSE AVAILABLE AT BARNET AND SOUTHGATE COLLEGE

• COURSE LINK LEVEL 1 TO LEVEL 2 - STUDENTS RECEIVING SUPPORT FROM CAMHS

• WORK-BASED LEARNING: STEPS INTO WORK LEVEL 1

• WORK PATH PERFORMING ARTS ENTRY LEVEL 3 - LEVEL 1

• BRIDGING PROGRAMME ENTRY LEVEL 3 - LEVEL 2 • MOVE UP ENTRY LEVEL 3 - LEVEL 1 • NEXT STEPS ENTRY LEVEL 3 ENTRY LEVEL 2 - 3

ENTRY LEVEL 3

LEVEL 1

MAINSTREAM PROVISION - LEVEL 2 / GCSE

• CONSTRUCTION • ART AND DESIGN • BUSINESS • COMPUTING • HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE • HUMANITIES & SCIENCE • SPORTS • FOUNDATION LEARNING • BASIC SKILLS

• WORK-BASED LEARNING: WORK PATH PUBLIC HEALTH ENTRY LEVEL 3 - LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

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SUPPORTED LEARNING COURSES COLLEGE PATH GATEWAY ZZLEGATEA1A

Our suppor ted learning studen ts will help test new technologies in our Centre of Excellence for Technolog y Enhanced Care (CETEC)

COLLEGE PATH NEW DIMENSIONS ZZLENWDMA1P

COURSE LINK MHLXCRSEA1A

WORK PATH CATERING

ZZLENXSTA1P

PRE-VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND PRE-VOCATIONAL GATEWAY

ZZLECATRA1A

Skills: ZZLEPVSKA1A Gateway: ZZLEPCGTA1A

WORK PATH GATEWAY

EXPLORE LEARNING

ZZLEGATEA1A

WORK PATH PERFORMING ARTS ZZLEPRFAA1A

WORK PATH PROGRESSION ZZLEPROGA1A

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COLLEGE PATH NEXT STEP

ZZLEEXLNA1A

LEARNING SKILLS ZZLELRSKA1A

TRANSITION SKILLS ZZLETSSKA1A_SGC

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OUR SCHOOL LIAISON TEAM Meet our School Liaison Team Our experienced school liaison officers can visit your school to give support and guidance on the many options available to students when they leave school. We offer bespoke “have a go” taster sessions that can take place at school or we can co-ordinate large group visits to one of our 3 main campuses, where students will get to experience a real college environment and experience a range of exciting career options, from hairdressing to engineering. Alternatively we can simply attend your careers and options days or visit school assemblies with a targeted presentations to suit your needs.

JAMES PAGE

JAMES EDGERLEY

James is your first port of call to co-ordinate any school liaison events and have a go sessions. If you’re not sure of your requirements or think you have a tricky request please contact him and he will be happy to help out. He can also assist with requests for college brochures, marketing and promotional materials.

James coordinates the College’s many sports industry partnerships and can bring to life the career options available within the sports industry as well an insight into our work with employers.

School Liaison and Events Planner

Sports Development and Commercial Officer

James.Edgerley@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

James.Page@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

SUE BAKER

Curriculum Manager for A Levels GCSEs and Science

HAVE A GO SESSIONS OPTIONS DAYS HELP COMPLETING APPLICATIONS

Sue specialises in our academic curriculum and can help co-ordinate school curriculum visits to clarify the many study routes available beyond school.

OPEN DAYS YOUR ASSEMBLIES

Sue.Baker@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

CAREERS DAY

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HOW TO APPLY STEP 1

STEP 2

ENQUIRE

OPEN DAY

Online form

Pre-register at: info.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk/open-events

Phone: 020 8266 4000

STEP 3

In person: Drop in Mon–Fri, 9am–4pm at any main campus Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat Open Event: info.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk/open-events

APPLY Online via the button on the home page or via a course profile Our staff and ambassadors can help you apply at open events or if you drop in Mon–Fri, 9–4 at any main campus

We have Studen t Advisers for he lp with welfare, housin g or health issue s.

USEFUL EMAILS AND WEB ADDRESSES: www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk/apply-and-enrol www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk/learner-support/learner-support-fund To send in a reference: references@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk General enquiry: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk Additional Learning Support: als@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

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STEP 4

STEP 6

INTERVIEW

ENROL

If your course requires an interview you will be invited in by

We will remind you when you must come in to enrol by

SMS

SMS

Email

Email

Post

Social media Post

Bring in proof of qualifications if you have them and a portfolio of work, if requested Let us know if you can’t attend and we will re-schedule Let us know if you have any support requirements: als@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk If your course doesn’t require an interview and you meet the entry criteria you will be sent an offer If you do not meet the entry requirements you will be referred to another course and requested in for an interview

You will be asked to go to the campus where your course takes place and must bring Proof of ID Qualifications Reference

STEP 5 OFFER An unconditional offer means you can enrol To secure your place you must bring in Proof of qualifications Reference Anything else asked of you

If you need additional learnin g suppor t let us know when you come for your intervie w or by emailing als@barnetsouthg ate.ac.uk, let them know you r name and learner number

A conditional offer means you have to meet some requirements, probably exam results or a reference You must accept your offer by email: offers@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

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OUR STUDY CENTRES

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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

TECHNICAL BACCALAUREATE

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

YOUR JOURNEY TO ENROLMENT

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ONE COLLEGE MANY STARS

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HOW TO FIND US M25

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Crews Hill

Turkey Street

Hadley Wood

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Gordon Hill

Barnet

Enfield Town Enfield Chase

New Barnet

Oakwood

Oakleigh Park M1

B Burnt Oak

Hendon

A

D

Arnos Grove

M1

Hendon Central

Wood Street Campus Wood Street Barnet EN5 4AZ Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: High Barnet (Northern Line, Zone 5) Bus: 34, 84, 107, 184, 234, 263, 307, 326, 384, 389

Edmonton Green Campus 2nd Floor 23 St. George’s Chambers South Mall Edmonton Green London N9 0TS Tel: 020 8345 7209 Train: Edmonton Green (Greater Anglia) Bus: 102, 144, 149, 191, 192, 259, 279, 349, 491, W6, W8

Winchmore Hill

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E

Silver Street

Bounds Green

E

Wood Green Alexandra Palace

East Finchley

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Palmers Green Bowes Park

West Finchley Finchley Central

Colindale

Bush Hill Park

Edmonton Green

Woodside Park Mill Hill East

Southbury

Grange Park

C Southgate

Totteridge & Whetstone

Mill Hill Broadway

Enfield

Cockfosters

High Barnet

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White Hart Lane

Turnpike Lane

Bruce Grove

Hornsey

Colindale Campus 7 Bristol Avenue London NW9 4BR Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: Colindale (Northern Line, Zone 4) Bus: 186, 204, 303, 324

Hospitality House 11-59 High Road East Finchley London N2 8AB Reception@hospitalityhouse.co.uk Tel: 020 3074 1200 Car: Parking available for £5 per day. Tube: East Finchley (Northern Line, Zone 3) Hospitality House is located directly opposite the station. Bus: H3, 102, 143, 234, 263, 603

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Southgate Campus High Street Southgate London N14 6BS Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: Southgate (Piccadilly line, Zone 4). The Southgate Campus is approximately 200m/2 minutes walk from the station. Bus: W6, W9,121,125, 298, 299, 382

SCBP Unit 1 Baird Road Enfield EN1 1SJ Tel: 0208 443 3821 info@scbp.co.uk Car: On-site parking available Train: Southbury Station (Greater Anglia), SCBP is a 5 minute walk from the station Bus: 121, 191, 307, 313

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SPRING 2018 Southgate Campus Sat 3 March 2018 10am–1.45pm Colindale Campus Wed 7 March 2018 5pm–7pm Wood Street Campus Sat 10 March 2018 10am–1.45pm Hospitality House Tue 20 February 2018 10am–3pm

SUMMER 2018

Open Event & Taster Day Colindale Campus Thu 7 June 2018 3pm–7pm

OPEN EVENTS HOSPITALITY HOUSE

For those interested in Catering and Hospitality

Southgate Campus Tue 12 June 2018 3pm–7pm Wood Street Campus Thu 14 June 2018 3pm–7pm Hospitality House Tue 22 May 2018 10am–3pm

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