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Find what you love… FULL-TIME STUDY PROGRAMME GUIDE

2019–2020


Welcome

Open Days

Deciding what to do after your GCSEs is a big decision – and it’s important to make the right decision for you.

We can’t wait to meet you and show you round! Choose a date (or two) from the list below and come along to:

In this prospectus you will find: P  Plenty of information on what makes studying at Tresham College so different to staying on at school P  Everything you need to choose the perfect study programme for you P Lots of helpful advice from current and past students of Tresham College We aim to give you the best possible learning experience while you’re with us and the best preparation for when you leave us; whether that is for work, an apprenticeship or university. So have a look through and see if Tresham College could be the right fit for you.

• Take a tour • Talk to tutors and current students • ‘Have a go’ with our interactive activities and demonstrations • Get careers advice from our team of advisors Pre-register your place online now at: www.tresham.ac.uk/opendays If you can’t make any of the Open Day dates call us on 01536 413123 or email info@tresham.ac.uk to arrange a personal visit. CORBY CAMPUS • • • •

Tues 13 Nov 2018 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Tues 29 Jan 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Taster Event Tues 19 Mar 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Tues 18 Jun 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm

KETTERING CAMPUS • • • •

Wed 14 Nov 2018 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Wed 30 Jan 2019 – 5.30pm–7.30pm Taster Event Wed 20 Mar 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Wed 19 Jun 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm

WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS • • • •

Thur 15 Nov 2018 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Thur 31 Jan 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Taster Event Thur 21 Mar 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm Thur 20 Jun 2019 – 5.00pm–7.30pm

NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR MOTORSPORT • Thur 22 Nov 2018 – 5.00pm–7.00pm • Thur 24 Feb 2019 – 5.00pm–7.00pm • Thur 4 Apr 2019 – 5.00pm–7.00pm

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Contents KEY INFORMATION Open Days 2 Top Ten Reasons to Choose Tresham College 4 Our Campuses 6 Getting to college 12 Student Life 14 Bedford College Groups Students' Union 15 Student Support 15 Your Study Programme 16 Work Experience 17 Qualifications Explained 18 Fees & Funding 19 Apprenticeships 20 What to do next 24 Our Full-Time Study Programmes 26 National College for Motorsport 82 Undergraduate Courses 108 The Prince's Trust Programme 109 Course Index 110 Contact Details 111

OUR STUDY PROGRAMMES Access to Higher Education 28 Applied Sciences 30 Business 34 Construction & the Built Environment 38 Creative Arts & Media 48 Early Years, Health & Social Care 56 Engineering 60 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 64 Foundation Learning 66 Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy 68 Hospitality & Catering 74 Information Technology & Computing 78 Motorsport 82 Motor Vehicle Technology 84 Music & Performing Arts 88 Sport & Leisure 94 Travel & Tourism 100 Uniformed Public Services 104

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Top 10 reasons

to choose Tresham College

3 GET BETTER PREPARED FOR EMPLOYMENT Our study programmes include lots of great ways to help get you ready for the world of work

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4 FANTASTIC FACILITIES Train in industry standard environments from kitchens and workshops to salons and theatres

7 SUCCESS GUARANTEED

8 STUDENT SERVICES

We’re confident you’ll achieve your qualification with us – and if you don’t, we’ll give you £100 or refund any fees paid (T&Cs apply – visit www.tresham.ac.uk)

The place to be for expert advice on CV writing, interview technique and finding employment

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1 FIND WHAT YOU LOVE

2 BE TREATED LIKE AN ADULT

Study the subject you love and open up more choices, opportunities and experiences everyday at college

Take control of your own learning at college and become a new, independent you

5 SUPERB SUPPORT

6 WORK EXPERIENCE

You will get one-to-one support from your Personal Achievement Tutor

Get involved on the perfect placement for you thanks to our links with hundreds of top employers

9 A GREAT STEPPING STONE FOR UNIVERSITY

10 GUARANTEED PROGRESS

Our study programmes provide you with the skills, knowledge and UCAS points to move on to university after college

All full-time students can progress on to the next level with us right up to degree level

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Our Campuses CORBY CAMPUS Oakley Road, Corby, Northants NN17 1NE

The Library The Library is a great place to study outside of classes. If you need to get a project finished or meet classmates for some group study, there are workspaces and computers available for your use. There are over 30,000 items in the Library, including a growing number of e-resources. Having the books you need online means you can learn at home or wherever you go – something that is proving very popular with our current students.

The Manor Restaurant Tresham’s prestigious, training restaurant located in the beautiful historic Manor House in Corby is open for lunches and evening meals. Restored to its former glory, The Manor Restaurant provides a fantastic place for you to develop real work-skills for the catering and hospitality industry.

Industry-class Workshops If you are studying a course such as Engineering or Construction, our realistic working environments will help you hone your technical skills. Get your hands on real cars or practice your technique in workshop bays designed for carpentry, electrical, painting and decorating, plastering and plumbing.

Tresham Studios Our college's hair and beauty salons offer an extensive range of hair, beauty and complimentary treatments at very competitive prices. Daytime and evening appointments are available throughout term-time. Visit our website www.tresham.ac.uk/treshamstudios to find out more.

We also have: – Astro-turf Pitch – Coffee Shop – Fitness Centre – Refectory

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At the Corby Campus you can study: • Access to Higher Education • Applied Science • Business • Construction & the Built Environment • Early Years, Health & Social Care • Electrical Installation • Engineering • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) • Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy • Hospitality & Catering • Information Technology & Computing • Motor Vehicle Technology • Prince’s Trust Team Programme

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Our Campuses KETTERING CAMPUS Windmill Avenue, Kettering, Northants NN15 6ER

Astro-turf and Fitness Centre We have a great gym on campus with top-class equipment, 4G Astro-turf and full-sized sports hall. Available to all students, you can join in with fitness classes or a range of team sports. Our Sport Academy provides fantastic opportunities for progression into professional clubs and national teams for students from all sporting backgrounds.

Plane Fuselage Our Travel and Tourism Students are able to gain cabin crew qualifications in our own plane fuselage, which provides real-life cabin crew experiences.

TV Studio A ÂŁ70,000 investment at our Kettering campus has created a new TV studio and control room for media and film production students. The new equipment has been built by Blackmagic Design, international specialists in cameras and broadcast production systems.

Creative Arts & Media facilities Our impressive buildings include graphic design Mac suite, photography suites, art rooms, fashion and textile workshops, soundproofed music booths, dance studios, and theatre.

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At the Kettering Campus you can study: • Access to Higher Education • Applied Science • Business • Creative Arts & Media • Early Years, Health & Social Care • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) • Foundation Learning • Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy • Information Technology & Computing • Music & Performing Arts • Prince’s Trust Team Programme • Sport • Travel & Tourism • Uniformed Public Services

Tresham Studios Our college's hair and beauty salons offer an extensive range of hair, beauty and complimentary treatments at very competitive prices. Daytime and evening appointments are available throughout term-time. Visit our website www.tresham.ac.uk/treshamstudios to find out more.

We also have: – Coffee Shop – Refectory – Library

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Our Campuses WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS For Motor Vehicle Study programmes you will be based at the Church Street Campus, Church Street, Wellingborough NN8 4PD For all other courses you will be based at Croyland Hall, Tithe Barn Road, Wellingborough NN8 1BJ Tresham College is committed to providing quality post-16 skills training in Wellingborough. Our plan is to redevelop the existing campus at Church Street and we have sought funding from two funding bodies to enable this project to go ahead with a scheduled open date of September 2020. To ensure that training opportunities are still available in the town whilst the campus is being refurbished, we will be running full-time and part-time courses from a fully-equipped, temporary town centre location, Croyland Hall. In addition, motor vehicle courses will continue to be based at our original Church Street campus throughout the planned refurbishment.

At the Croyland Hall you can study: • Access to Higher Education • Business • Early Years, Health & Social Care • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) • Information Technology & Computing • Prince’s Trust Team Programmes

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NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR MOTORSPORT Unit 2285, Silverstone Technology Park, Towcester NN12 8GX

The National College for Motorsport was established in 2003 as a centre for vocational excellence for motorsport and offers race technician training to meet the demands of the professional motorsport industry, through full time and apprenticeship programmes, delivered from our purpose-built facilities at Silverstone Circuit.

By studying with the National College for Motorsport, not only will you be based in the heart of UK Motorsport at the Silverstone Circuit, but you will also have the opportunity to join an intensely practical course delivered by former professional race mechanics learning about current race vehicle preparation techniques.

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Getting to college BUS ROUTES TO OUR CORBY CAMPUS

By bus • Stagecoach and Centrebus services frequently stop outside each of our campuses • Visit www.stagecoach.com and www.centrebus.info • Bus passes and financial support are available for eligible students

ROUTE NUMBER

LOCATION

FREQUENCY

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Brigstock

Average 2 hours

RF1

Caldecott

Average 1 hour

RF1

Cottingham

Average 1 hour

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Desborough

Average 30 mins

By car

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Geddington

Average 2 hours

• Student parking at all of our campuses

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Gretton

Average 30 mins

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Kettering

Average 30 mins

By train

RF1

Lyddington

Average 1 hour

• Corby campus is only a five minute walk from the train station • Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough are located on the Midland Mainline

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Oakley Vale

Average 30 mins

X4

Oundle

Average 30 mins

2,X4

Priors Hall

Average 30 mins Average 30 mins

By foot or cycle • We provide bike racks at all our main campus locations

TRAVEL BURSARY

18A

Rockingham

Average 30 mins

19

Rothwell

Average 30 mins

8

Stanion

Average 2 hours

X4

Upper/Lower Benefield

Average 30 mins

X4

Weldon

Average 30 mins

Full-time students aged 16–18 and living more than three miles from college may be entitled to help with travel costs if you have a household income less than £30,000. The college has a travel bursary worth up to £550 which you may qualify for.* Contact the Student Services help desk on: 01536 413232 or studentservices@tresham.ac.uk

*Please note these are subject to review and can change, visit our website to get the latest cost information.

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BUS ROUTES TO OUR KETTERING CAMPUS ROUTE NUMBER

LOCATION

FREQUENCY

49,50,X1

Burton Latimer

Average 1 hour Average 1 hour Average 30 mins

X10

Broughton

Average 1 hour

8

Brigstock

Average 2 hours

X10,19

Desborough

Average 25 mins

BUS ROUTES TO OUR WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUSES ROUTE NUMBER

LOCATION

FREQUENCY

X47

Doddington Road

Average 1 hour

X4,X46, X47

Earls Barlton

Average 30 mins Average 30 mins Average 30 mins

X1,45

Finedon

Average 1 hour X1

Eskdail Street

Average 30 mins

8

Geddington

Average 2 hours

49,50,X1

Finedon

Average 1 hour

Average 1 hour X47

Great Doddington

Average 30 mins

W8

Grendon

Average 2 hours

W2

Hemmingwell Road

Average 20 mins

X46,X47

Higham Ferrers

Average 30 mins

Average 1 hour Average 30 mins 10

Hannington

Average 2 hours

49,50

Irthlingborough

Average 1 hour Average 1 hour

19

Iselodge

Average 1 hour

X4

Isham

Average 30 mins

10

Old

Average 2 hours

34

Orlingbury

Average 2 hours

34

Pytchley

Average 2 hours

X4

Earls Barton

Average 30 mins

X16

Thrapston

Average 1 hour

16

Ringstead

Average 2 hours

X10,19

Rothwell

Average 1 hour Average 30 mins

49,50

Rushden

Average 1 hour

19

Rushton

Average 1 hour

8

Stanion

Average 2 hours

10

Walgrave

Average 2 hours

16

Woodford

Average 2 hours

Average 30 mins

Average 30 mins 34

Little Harrowden

Average 2 hours

34

Orlingbury

Average 2 hours

34

Pytchley

Average 2 hours

14

Irchester

Average 1 hour

X4

Isham

Average 30 mins

44,45

Irthlingborough

Average 30 mins Average 30 mins

W1

Queensway Road

Average 20 mins

X46,X47

Raunds

Average 30 mins Average 30 mins

34

Redhill Grange

Average 2 hours

X46,X47, 45

Rushden

Average 30 mins Average 30 mins Average 1 hour

X4

Wilby

Average 30 mins

W8

Wollaston

Average 1 hour

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Student Life OUR STUDENTS TELL US THAT THEY LOVE HOW TRESHAM COLLEGE IS SO DIFFERENT TO STUDYING AT SCHOOL… • More subjects to choose from • A varied day with time for independent study between lessons • Freedom to study in the way that works best for you • New friends to make and a new area to explore • Swap the textbooks for real life working environments • Benefit from the industry experience of your tutors and their connections • Your own Personal Achievement Tutor alongside your subject tutors • The Bedford College Group Students’ Union

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FOCUS ON TRESHAM STUDENTS’ UNION • You will be able to provide your views on all aspects of college life, helping to make an even better college for you. • You will be able to go on lots of different trips including Alton Towers, the Clothes Show and the annual end of year trip to sunny Skegness! • You can become a member of the elected Bedford College Group Students’ Union Exec Team and get involved in the running of your college and gain some great experience for your CV or UCAS personal statement.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL We believe that the unique experiences, abilities and backgrounds of each individual at Tresham College adds to the overall learning experience.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT Support with assignments and exams.

STUDENT SUPPORT ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

WE’RE HERE TO HELP...

Specialist support staff for those with dyslexia, hearing or visual impairments.

SAFEGUARDING AND WELLBEING We’ll keep you safe at all times and offer a dedicated counselling service if you need someone to chat to.

FINANCIAL ADVICE Speak to our Student Services Team for all money matters relating to college.

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Your Study Programme Think of your study programme as building up lots of different skills that will help you stand out in today’s competitive market. Employers and universities are looking for much more than just a qualification these days, which is why we’ve designed our study programmes to include everything you need to be successful.

TIME MANAGEMENT

YOUR STUDY PROGRAMME WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH: • A nationally-recognised qualification • English and maths skills • Work experience • Personal development skills • Study skills • Employability skills such as CV writing and interview skills • Additional vocational learning and qualifications, depending on the programme you choose

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

FLEXIBILITY

SELFMOTIVATION

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

WORK ETHIC

NATIONALLYRECOGNISED QUALIFICATION

ADDITIONAL VOCATIONAL LEARNING

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS

ENGLISH & MATHS

TEAMWORK

RESILIENCE

STUDY SKILLS

COMMUNICATION

PERSONAL PRESENTATION

SELF-ESTEEM

WORK/VOLUNTARY EXPERIENCE

HOW TO SELF-MANAGE

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ENGLISH AND MATHS:

WORK EXPERIENCE

Love them or hate them, English and maths are essential for work and education. Many employers complain that too many young people lack the literacy (English) and numeracy (maths) skills needed for jobs in today’s workplace. If you’re not yet ready for work, but want to continue in education, you’ll also find that entry on to higher level courses requires grades 9–4 or A* – C or in GCSE English and maths. In short, they’re very important and we’ll help you get the grades you need.

Work experience is a key (and fun!) part of your full-time study programme at college. We have strong links with hundreds of employers in every industry area to ensure we find the best placement for you. Every student has a minimum of 20 hours per year of external work experience. Here’s a little peek at where some of our recent students have spent theirs: • • • • • • • •

Best Western Hotel – Travel & Tourism Corby Borough Council – Plumbing Rushton Hall – Hospitality Northampton Saints Rugby Club – Sport Northamptonshire Police – Public Services Kettering Fire Station – Public Services Radio 1 – Media Ragdale Hall – Beauty Therapy

recently completed work “ Iexperience at Corby Borough Council, helping with minor repairs such as fixing taps in domestic dwellings.” Joe   |  Plumbing Level 2

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Qualifications explained We are committed to helping you achieve your dreams and guarantee your progression on to the next level of study with us. This table shows how we can support you to progress all the way from Level 2 up to Level 6. Study Programme

Typical Entry Requirements

Equivalent

Level 6

• Top-up Degree Level 6

• Level 5 qualification OR • Related industry experience

BA (Hons)

Level 5

• Higher National Diploma (HND) • Foundation Degree (FD) • Higher Apprenticeship

• Level 4 qualification OR • Related industry experience

Bachelor degree (year 2)

Level 4

• Higher National Certificate (HNC) • Higher Level Apprenticeship

• A–Levels OR • Level 3 qualification OR • Related industry experience

Bachelor degree (year 1)

Level 3

• BTEC Certificate and Diploma • Access to Higher Education

• 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C ideally including English and maths OR • Level 2 qualification

A-Levels

Level 2

• BTEC Certificate and Diploma • Intermediate Level Apprenticeships

ONE YEAR PROGRAMME • 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D ideally including English and maths OR • A qualification at Level 1

GCSEs 9–4 or A* – C

TWO YEAR PROGRAMME • 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G ideally including English and maths and a keen interest in a relevant subject OR • Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered

LOOKING AT UNIVERSITY AFTER COLLEGE? We have high expectations for our students with many going on to universities across the UK including:

ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY

BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY

DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY KINGS

COLLEGE LONDON

UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY OF YORK

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Fees and funding

We don’t believe that money worries should ever be a barrier for people coming to our college Aged 16–18 and leaving school? The study programmes in this prospectus are FREE (except Access to Higher Education which can range from £3020–£3928)

Are you aged 19 or over? All full-time Level 2 courses are now FREE for everyone, whatever your age. If you are looking to study a Level 3 qualification (equivalent to A-Level), courses are still FREE if you’re aged under 19 or 19–23 and studying your first full Level 3 qualification. If you’re aged over 23 or studying a second Level 3 qualification, you will need to pay a fee. To find out the fees of our Level 3 qualifications visit our website www.tresham.ac.uk/coursefees You may have to pay for specialist textbooks, uniforms or equipment, as well as trips and visits that boost your understanding of your subject. You can find out if there are any additional costs by viewing your study programme on our website or by looking on the study programme pages in this prospectus. A range of financial support packages are available, which include help with essential costs, travel or meals. Contact our Customer Service Team on 01536 413123 or info@tresham.ac.uk to find out if these could apply to you.

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As an apprentice, you’ll get all the benefits of studying with Tresham College for an industry recognised qualification, while working in your chosen industry. We are the largest apprenticeship provider in the region, which means whatever career path you are interested in we will have an apprenticeships to suit you.

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Apprenticeships WHAT IS AN APPRENTICESHIP?

THE BENEFITS

An apprenticeship is a programme of work-based learning. To be enrolled as an apprentice an organisation must have offered you a contract of employment and agreed to pay your wage and support you throughout your training.

You’ll need enthusiasm and commitment to study and work in a particular industry, but the rewards will be significant:

Your job role must include a range of work relevant to the apprenticeship qualifications you wish to undertake. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE? Apprenticeships take between one and four years to complete depending on the type and level undertaken.

• Get the best of both worlds by earning as you learn • Choose from a wide range of practical trades and jobs • We will help you find an employer from our excellent links with hundreds of top employers • Gain industry-recognised qualifications, Functional Skills and specialist techniques that could see you progress to high-level jobs in your chosen sector. • Learn from valuable job experience and time spent developing your skills on a day-to-day basis • After finishing, 90% of apprentices will stay in employment with 71% staying with the same employer1 • Employers believe that apprentices are 15% more employable than graduates with other qualifications2

HOW WILL I SPEND MY TIME? For most apprenticeship programmes, you will need to attend college, either for one day per week (day release) or for a few weeks at a time (block release).

90%

71%

STAY WITH THE SAME EMPLOYER AFTER THEIR QUALIFICATION ENDS

OF APPRENTICES WILL STAY IN EMPLOYMENT APPRENTICES ARE

15%

MORE EMPLOYABLE THAN OTHER GRADUATES

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Apprenticeship Programmes We work with over 1,000 employers each year and as one of the biggest providers of apprenticeships in the South East Midlands we have the experience to help you excel during your apprenticeship. Our wide range of apprenticeships include: • Accountancy

• Hairdressing

• Adult Care Worker

• Healthcare Support Worker

• Agriculture

• Healthcare Assistant Practitioner

• Barbering • Beauty Therapy • Brickwork • Business Administration • Care Leadership & Management

• Horse Management

• Plumbing

• Horticulture

• Professional Cookery

• Hospitality Team Member

• S enior Healthcare Support Worker

• IT Software & Web Professionals

• Clinical Healthcare • Construction Management

• Improving Engineering Operations

• Contact Centre Operations

• Lead Adult Care Worker

• Customer Service

• Maintenance Operations

• Decorative Finishing

• Management

• Dental Nursing • Electrical Installation

• Management Accounting (CIMA)

• Engineering

• Mechatronics

• Environmental Conservation

• Motorsport

• Exercise & Fitness

• Motor Vehicle Body & Paint Operations

• Facilities Services • Front of House Services

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• Paralegal • Plastering

• IT Application

• Commis Chef

• Painting & Decorating

• Horse Care

• Human Resources Management

• Children & Young People

• M  otor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair (Light Vehicle)

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• Sport Specialist • Teaching Assistant • Team Leading/Supervisor • T  echnical & Professional (Civil Engineering) • Trees & Timber • Warehousing & Storage • W  ood Occupations: Bench Joinery • W  ood Occupations: Site Carpentry


TO APPLY FOR AN APPRENTICESHIP YOU MUST BE 16 OR OVER. HERE ARE YOUR STEPS TO SUCCESS! I AM LOOKING FOR AN APPRENTICESHIP 1. We have hundreds of vacancies each year, visit our website: www.tresham.ac.uk/apprenticeships to find your perfect job 2. Once you have found an apprenticeship you are interested in, check you meet the criteria and complete the online application form. If you need help completing the application form contact our Recruitment Team on 01536 413123 or email apprenticeships@tresham.ac.uk

3. We will invite you in to meet with the Recruitment Team to discuss your application before we send it to the employer. 4. After you have visited our Recruitment Team we will keep in contact with you with our other available vacancies and support you with any queries you may have. 5. You will then start your apprenticeship!

I HAVE ALREADY BEEN OFFERED AN APPRENTICESHIP 1. If you have already been offered an apprenticeship you or your employer will need to contact our Business Development Team on 01536 413123. 2. A member of the Business Development Team will then contact the company to confirm that they have offered you an apprenticeship.

3. We will visit your employer to discuss your apprenticeship and carry out health and safety checks. 4. You will then be invited in to the college to discuss your apprenticeship and we will enrol you.

I WANT AN APPRENTICESHIP BUT I CAN’T FIND WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR If you can’t find the type of apprenticeship that you are looking for, or you are unsure about meeting the entry criteria, you can contact us on 01536 413123 or email apprenticeships@tresham.ac.uk

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What to do next Follow our simple steps to apply for your chosen study programme and get your college journey started… You can apply online at any time! You don’t need to wait until you get your exam results. Visit www.tresham.ac.uk Don’t forget to provide your correct contact details so we can keep in touch with you about your application.

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1 SHORTLIST YOUR FAVOURITE STUDY PROGRAMMES AND ATTEND AN OPEN DAY Visit: www.tresham.ac.uk/courses for the full list, or to pre-register for one of our open days. See page 2 for dates.

2 APPLY ON-LINE Apply online for your chosen study programme. If you do not have access to a computer you can make an application at our Corby or Kettering campuses.

3 RECEIVE AN OFFER

4 ATTEND YOUR WELCOME DAY

You will be invited in for an interview, within 4 weeks of submitting your application, where you will meet your tutor and find out more about the course. You will leave with a course offer.

You will get a taste of college life, meet your tutors and make new friends. Corby Campus: Tuesday 2 July 2019 Kettering Campus: Wednesday 3 July 2019 Wellingborough Campus: Monday 1 July 2019

5 ENROLMENT You will be invited to enrol onto your study programme between Tuesday 27 August 2019 and Friday 30 August 2019. Don't worry if you don't get your grades, you can get advice at our open day on GCSE results day.

6 START YOUR STUDY PROGRAMME! Term starts on Monday 16 September 2019.

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Our Full-time Study Programmes One of the best things about coming to college is choosing the subject you are going to study. The next pages are full of all the great subject areas and specific study programmes we offer at Tresham College. Each section will tell you a bit about: that sector; the different career paths available; how you can progress through the different levels; individual course details – with everything you need to know from the entry requirements to units of study – and of course, real life stories from current students!

Our Subjects

Key Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus Based at Wellingborough Campus Based at Silverstone Campus

Locations Access to Higher Education

Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy

Applied Science

Hospitality & Catering

Business Information Technology & Computing Creative Arts & Media

Motorsport

Electrical Installation

Construction Motor Vehicle Technology Early Years, Health & Social Care

Music & Performing Arts Prince’s Trust Team Programme

Engineering Sport English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Foundation Learning

Travel & Tourism

Uniformed Public Services

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Access to Higher Education Access to Higher Education courses are a fast track route to undergraduate study if you have been out of education for some time or do not have the entry qualifications for university. We offer full and part-time study programmes to help you fit your studies around existing family and work commitments. Different study pathways also enable you to focus on the core subjects that you will need for further study specialisms,such as; Teaching, Midwifery, Social Work, Nursing or Science. Some of our pathways can also be studied as a blended learning option, which combines online tutorials with on-campus classes, giving you the flexibility to choose how, where and when you study.

OUR PATHWAYS AND FUTURE OPTIONS COMPUTING IN BUSINESS

HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Progression: You could progress on to the Business HNC/HND at Tresham College or Bedford College or study a range of degrees such as Business Information Technology, Finance, Human Resources or Marketing and much more at university.

Progression: You could study a Foundation Degree in Psychology & Crime at Tresham College or Bedford College or study a degree in a range of Humanities & Social Sciences fields, History, English Literature, Sociology, Criminology or Law at university.

CREATIVE & DIGITAL MEDIA

SCIENCE

Progression: You could progress on to Photography, Graphic Design, Media (Journalism), Fashion Design HNC/HND at Tresham College or Bedford College or study a range of creative subjects at university.

Progression: You could go on to study Chemistry, Biomedical Science, Microbiology, Biology, Physics, Zoology, Physiotherapy, Forensic Science or Pharmacy at university.

TEACHING

HEALTH PROFESSIONS Progression: You could study for a Foundation Degree in Health & Social Care at Tresham College or progress on to degrees in Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy or Occupational Health.

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Applied Sciences Our Applied Sciences programmes are ideal for students with a keen interest in science, who enjoy solving problems and investigating solutions to complex questions. Our study programmes offer the opportunity to specialise in either Analytical Forensics or Biomedical Science. If you are not quite ready to study at Level 3 then our Level 2 in Applied Science is a great way to get started on your career path. Successful students from these study programmes progress on to undergraduate study, training or employment in science related careers.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Applied Sciences BTEC HNC/HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Applied Sciences (Analytical Forensics) Applied Sciences (Biomedical)

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Applied Sciences

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 86% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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enjoy the practical work which is “ Ispecific to forensics and crime scene investigation. I’ve experienced first-hand the differences between sixth form and college, and would definitely recommend the college. I want to get into the police force and work my way up to forensic investigation.” Savannah  |  Forensic Science Level 3

FORENSIC SCIENCE INVESTIGATION OFFICER

DENTIST LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

HOSPITAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

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SCENE OF CRIME OFFICER

BIOLOGIST

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHER

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

FOOD SCIENTIST

PARAMEDIC

PHARMACEUTICAL ROLES MICROBIOLOGIST SCIENCE INVESTIGATION OFFICER

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APPLIED SCIENCE INTERMEDIATE CODE: TCA103 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

APPLIED SCIENCE (ANALYTICAL FORENSICS) ADVANCED CODE: TCA101 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKA103 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKA101 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English, maths and science. WHAT WILL I STUDY? This study programme will cover: chemistry and the earth; energy, waves and radiation; the living body; ecology; scientific project; and health applications. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Applied Science BTEC Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Scientific calculator approx. £10 • USB drive approx. £5 • Printing of assessment paperwork approx. £25 • Course textbook approx. £40

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English, maths and science OR Applied Science at Level 2. WHAT WILL I STUDY? The study programme is both classroom and laboratory based and focuses on applied biology, chemistry, physics and maths. In the first year you will complete a set of mandatory units in; principles of science; practical scientific techniques; science investigation skills; laboratory techniques and contemporary issues in science. In your second year you will specialise in analytical forensic science units studying a range of specialist modules. You will also continue to study and enhance your English and maths skills and complete a period of work experience. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? You will be able to progress on to the Applied Science Level 3 study programme.

• A  pplied Science (Analytical Forensic Science Pathway) BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

Applied Science textbook for approx. £60 Scientific calculator approx. £10 USB drive approx. £5 Printing of assessment paperwork approx. £25

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for higher education study. You may wish to progress on to our HNC in Applied Sciences course.

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APPLIED SCIENCE (BIOMEDICAL) ADVANCED CODE: TCA102 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS CODE: TKA102 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English, maths and science OR Applied Science at Level 2. WHAT WILL I STUDY? The study programme is both classroom and laboratory based and focuses on applied biology, chemistry, physics and maths covering a broad range of topics in different units. In the first year you will complete a set of mandatory units in principles of science, practical scientific techniques, science investigation skills, laboratory techniques, contemporary issues in science. In your second year you will specialise in biomedical science units studying a range of specialist modules. You will also continue to study and enhance your English and maths skills and complete a period of work experience. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • A  pplied Science (Biomedical Pathway) BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

Applied Science textbook for approx. £60 Scientific calculator approx. £10 USB drive approx. £5 Printing of assessment paperwork approx. £25

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for higher education study. You may wish to progress on to our HNC in Applied Sciences course.

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Business A qualification in Business can be a great stepping stone towards a career across a wide range of industries. Our experienced tutors will take you through each of the elements of your chosen programme, providing practical examples to ensure that the theories learnt can be applied to the working environment. Available at our Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough Campus, our study programmes will ensure that you have the skills and qualifications that you need to move either straight into employment or on to undergraduate study courses.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus Based at Wellingborough Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Accountancy AAT Level 4 Diploma Business BTEC HNC/HND Management & Leadership CMI Level 5

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED

Accountancy Business

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 93% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

Accountancy Business

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ollege has offered me a route to “Cuniversity and I’m looking forward to going to study Business. There is more independent learning at college compared to school and my university course is 70% independent learning, so it’s been great preparation for that.” Georgia  |  Business Level 3

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

AUDITOR PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

MARKET RESEARCHER

MARKETEER

RETAILER INVESTMENT BANKER COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR

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BRAND CONSULTANT

BUSINESS ANALYST

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT

ESTATE AGENT STRATEGIC PLANNER ACCOUNT MANAGER INVESTMENT BANKER

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ACCOUNTANCY (AAT) INTERMEDIATE

ACCOUNTANCY (AAT) ADVANCED

CODE: TCE160 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCE161 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 Year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D ideally including English and must include maths at grade 4 or C AND Accountancy Level 1 OR an equivalent Level 2 qualification.

1 Year: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C ideally including English and must include maths at grade 4 or C or above OR Accountancy AAT Level 2 OR an equivalent accounting qualification.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

This study programme will provide you with the first stage of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Level 2 Certificate in Accounting. The AAT is the world’s leading body for accounting technicians, making this programme essential for anyone looking to develop a career in accounting or finance. You will study a range of key topics, including basic costing, computerised accounts and more.

This study programme will further develop your accountancy skills and knowledge. You will study a wide range of topics, including accounting knowledge, building your skills in costing, financial accounting, cash management, indirect tax-ethics and spreadsheets.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Accounting AAT Level 2 Certificate • Usage of Computerised Accounts Software College Certificate • Computerised Accounts City & Guilds Level 2 Award (small additional cost) • English qualifications if required

• Accounting AAT Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 56 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• Memory Stick • Course textbooks approx: £100

• Memory Stick • Course textbooks approx: £90

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

This Level 3 qualification will allow you to progress on to the part-time AAT Level 4 Diplomas at Tresham College or Bedford College or start a career in an accounting role.

The study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Accountancy Level 3 study programme.

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2

BUSINESS INTERMEDIATE

BUSINESS ADVANCED

CODE: TCE108 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCE151 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKE108 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKE151 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TWE108 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

CODE: TWE151 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths. 2 Years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Business at Level 2.

WHAT WILL I STUDY? This study programme will cover a wide range of business topics including enterprise in the business world, finance for business and small business planning. Other units include: promoting a brand; the principles of marketing, project management, conducting business online; delivering customer service; working in teams; planning & forecasting business finances. Throughout the study programme you will help set up a virtual business, create your own website, and research sources of finance. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Business BTEC Level 2 First Extended Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Stationery associated with the course such as calculator, memory stick and file organiser • Textbook approx. £20 • Trips approx. £150

WHAT WILL I STUDY? Your study programme will consist of a range of topics including: marketing; effective communication; business resource management and the wider business environment. At the end of year one you must have passed all units to be able to progress on to year two. In year two you will study additional units selected from five specialisations: accounting; marketing; human resources; management; law and retailing. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Business BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Stationery associated with the course such as calculator, memory stick and file organiser • Textbook approx. £20 • Trips approx. £150 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Business Level 3 study programme.

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You will be able to move on to undergraduate study such as a HNC or HND at Tresham College or Bedford College.

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Construction & the Built Environment If you are looking to work in one of the varied trades within the construction industry then our wide range of study programmes will equip you with the skills that you need. Study programmes are delivered by experienced staff in industry standard, well-equipped workshops. Due to the need to acquire essential skills in each discipline, progression to the higher levels is dependent upon successful completion of each lower level. Tresham College has excellent links with industry and has helped students to gain apprenticeships and employment with local companies.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Building Services Engineering HNC Construction (Civil Engineering) BTEC HNC/HND Construction BTEC HNC/HND Building Services & Sustainability Foundation Degree (FdSc) Sustainable Construction Foundation Degree (FdSc)

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 76% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

Bricklaying Electrical Installation Painting & Decorating Plastering Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation Site Carpentry

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Bricklaying Electrical Installation Painting & Decorating Plastering Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation Site Carpentry

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am a Level 2 apprentice in Electrical “ IInstallation. I work for VM Electrical and we work on direct current for Virgin Media. Everything I learn at Tresham College is very specific to what I need to know at work and I am enjoying the freedom and independence that Tresham College brings.” Ryan  |  Electrical Installation Level 2 Apprenticeship

LABOURER

ROOFER PAINTER AND DECORATOR

QUANTITY SURVEYOR DESIGN ENGINEER BENCH JOINER SUPERVISOR BRICKLAYER ELECTRICIAN CAD DESIGNER

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WORKSHOP MANAGER

PLASTERER

CARPENTER DESIGN ENGINEER INDUSTRIAL PLUMBER

CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT SERVICES

PIPE WELDER PLUMBER

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BRICKLAYING INTERMEDIATE

BRICKLAYING ADVANCED

CODE: TCC117 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCC140 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: Bricklaying Level 1 Diploma with functional skills.

1 year: Bricklaying Level 2 Diploma with English and maths or equivalent.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and an interest in construction.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

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3

Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will learn a broad range of bricklaying skills and techniques that will make you attractive to employers in the construction industry. You will develop your practical skills and knowledge through different units, learning how to construct a range of projects as well as cost and materials management. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Bricklaying Skills Level 2 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required

You will develop complex bricklaying knowledge and skills, in addition to preparing you for first line supervisory roles within the construction industry. The qualification covers; principles of organising, planning and pricing construction work, repair and maintenance of structures, constructing radial and battered work, carrying out decorative and reinforced brickwork, constructing fireplaces and chimneys and health safety and welfare in construction. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Bricklaying City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • P ersonal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• P ersonal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or an apprenticeship in bricklaying and/or first line supervisory roles.

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Bricklaying Level 3 study programme or an apprenticeship.

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION INTERMEDIATE

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ADVANCED

CODE: TCD102 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCD103 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: Electrical Installation Level 1 Diploma with Functional Skills.

1 year: Level 2 qualification in Electrical Installation with English and maths or equivalent.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in electrical installation. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop your practical skills and knowledge of electrical installations. The qualification covers many areas within electro technology, including: principles of electrical science, electrical installation technology and building services engineering.

You will learn practical electrical installation skills in wiring and testing electrical equipment and circuits, forming and assembling electrical, cable enclosures and maintaining electrical equipment and systems. This qualification is the recommended Level 2 vocational qualification for students who wish to undertake an electrical installation apprenticeship.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

• • • •

• Electrical Installation (Buildings & Structures) City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

P ersonal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 Textbooks approx. £20 Basic tool kit costing approx. £50 You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

• E lectrical Installation (Buildings & Structures) City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? P ersonal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 Textbooks approx. £20 Basic tool kit costing approx. £50 You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You could progress on to the Electrical and Electronical Engineering HNC/HND at Bedford College or go into employment or an apprenticeship programme.

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 study programme in Electrical Installation or an apprenticeship programme.

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PAINTING & DECORATING ADVANCED CODE: TCC141 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCC119 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: Painting & Decorating Level 1 Diploma with Functional Skills. 2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths, and a keen interest in painting and decorating. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will learn the core skills and knowledge about surface preparation and a range of surface treatments you will learn about specialist surface finishing and stencilling techniques and how to provide safe working platforms when working. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

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1 year: Painting & Decorating Level 2 Diploma with English and maths or equivalent. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop complex painting and decorating knowledge and skills, in addition to preparing you for first line supervisory roles within the construction industry. The qualification will cover: principles of organising; planning and pricing construction work; health safety and welfare in construction; erecting and dismantling access equipment and working platforms; applying hangings to walls and ceilings; producing specialist finishes for painted decorative work; producing specialist architectural finishes for decorative work; applying water-borne paint systems using airless equipment and applying water-borne paint systems using High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) spray equipment.

• Painting & Decorating City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Painting and Decorating City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• P ersonal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20 • Basic tool kit approx. £50 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

• P ersonal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20. • Basic tool kit approx. £50 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Painting & Decorating Level 3 study programme or onto an apprenticeship.

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or an apprenticeship in painting and decorating and/or first line supervisory roles.

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PLASTERING ADVANCED

CODE: TCC106 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCC143 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: Plastering Level 1 Diploma including Functional Skills.

1 year: Plastering Level 2 Diploma with English and maths or equivalent.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths, and a keen interest in plastering.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

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CONSTRUCTION

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Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will learn a broad range of plastering skills and techniques including decorative finishes. You will cover areas such as cost and materials management and the maintenance and use of specialist tools. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Plastering City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 Textbooks approx. £20 Basic tool kit approx. £50 You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Plastering Level 3 study programme or an apprenticeship.

This programme will develop complex plastering knowledge and skills, in addition to preparing you for first line supervisory roles within the construction industry. There are two separate pathways (Optional Units Group A and Optional Units Group B). Mandatory units include: principles of organising; planning and pricing construction work; running in-situ mouldings and health safety and welfare in construction. Optional Group A units include: applying plastering material to detailed interiors; and applying plastering materials to detailed exteriors. Optional Group B units include: producing reverse moulds for detailed fibrous plaster and cement casting; and producing and fixing detailed fibrous plaster and cement casts. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Plastering City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Personal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or an apprenticeship in plastering and/or first line supervisory roles.

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PLUMBING, HEATING & VENTILATION ADVANCED

CODE: TCC120 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCC121 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: Plumbing, Heating and Ventilation Level 1 Diploma with Functional Skills.

1 year: Plumbing Level 2 Certificate with English and maths or equivalent.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths, and a keen interest in plumbing.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop practical skills and knowledge through a range of units including; plumbing principles; hot and cold water systems; environmental and sustainability and sanitation and central heating systems. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Plumbing City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £25 • You will also need to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression onto the Level 3 study programme in Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation or Building Services Engineering, or an apprenticeship programme.

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ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

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You will develop plumbing practical skills, working on live systems, hot and cold systems and central heating systems. The course will also cover; maintaining pipe systems and components; hot and cold water; central heating; sanitation and roof weathering systems; pipe systems design and installation; organising resources and components installation and testing.

• Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £25 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You could also progress on to an apprenticeship programme.

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SITE CARPENTRY INTERMEDIATE

SITE CARPENTRY ADVANCED

CODE: TCC107 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCC142 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 Year: Site Carpentry Level 1 Diploma with Functional Skills.

1 year: Site Carpentry Level 2 Diploma with English and maths or equivalent

2 Years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in carpentry.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will learn a broad range of carpentry skills and techniques that make you attractive to employers in the construction industry. You will learn about costs and materials management, specialising in on-site procedures. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Site Carpentry City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30 Textbooks approx. £20 Basic tool kit approx. £50 You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

You will develop complex site carpentry knowledge and skills, in addition to preparing you for first line supervisory roles within the construction industry. This qualification will cover: the principles of organising; planning and pricing construction work; health safety and welfare in construction, first fix flooring and roofing; second fixing operations, first fix roofing and stairs; second fixing double doors and mouldings and the set up and use of transportable machinery. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Site Carpentry City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma • Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Personal protective equipment for the course (PPE) approx. £30 • Textbooks approx. £20 • Basic tool kit approx. £50 • You will also be required to pay approx. £40 to take a CSCS test. This will allow you to complete the mandatory 30 hours work experience required as part of this study programme

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Site Carpentry Level 3 study programme or an apprenticeship.

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or an apprenticeship in site carpentry and/or first line supervisory roles.

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 y Granddad was a Plasterer and I helped him M “ with the odd job, so that is what made me apply for this course. I have really enjoyed learning in the workshop; we are set a range of practical tasks and get lots of good advice from the tutors.  I did my work experience placement at the builder’s merchants

Howarth Timber. It went really well and I was able to try lots of things, like working in the stock room learning about the range of products, and also working on the store floor dealing with customers. At the end of placement I was offered a paid part-time job, which was great.” Bradley  |  Plastering Level 1

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became interested in plumbing because “ Iit’sfirsta well-paid profession and everyone needs a Plumber. Nothing at school really interested me so coming to Tresham College gave me more freedom to focus on what I wanted to.  I knew nothing about plumbing before coming here, so the practical

work took a while to grasp, but the tutors are really good. I really enjoy the practical tasks; from working with steel pipes, to installing a hot water cylinder in an airing cupboard and soldering it to the mains supply. I love being able to build something and make it work.

I have completed 100 hours of work experience with a local plumber and am looking forward to moving on to an apprenticeship and transferring all of the skills that I have learnt to the workplace. I’d like to eventually become a qualified Plumber and the college is helping to open up plenty of opportunities for me.” Kai  |  Plumbing Level 2

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Creative Arts & Media The School of Creative Arts and Media is based at our Kettering campus and has superb facilities to develop your creative ambitions. Facilities include: film editing suite, TV studio, photographic studios, darkroom, fashion and textile workshops, Apple Mac suites, radio production suite and dedicated art studios. Our range of study programmes offers different routes through to your chosen career in the creative industries. Our Level 2 study programme will give you a great starting point if you are unsure of which area to study and prepares you for progression to a specialist Level 3 study programme. Level 3 study programmes will provide you with the skills and portfolio you need to support your CV or university application.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Kettering Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP 3D Design BTEC HNC/HND Art Practice BTEC HNC/HND Digital Design BTEC HND Fashion & Textiles BTEC HNC/HND Interior Design BTEC HND Graphic Communication BA (Hons)* Graphic Design BTEC HNC/HND Media Production BTEC HNC/HND Photography BTEC HNC/HND Product Design BTEC HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Art & Design Creative Media Production: TV, Film & Radio Fashion & Clothing Games Design Graphic Design Photography

*Validated by, and leads to an award of, the University of Northampton.

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Art & Design Graphic Design Media Photography

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 85% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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was dead set on studying Art and “ Iafter completing the first year of sixth form, I decided I needed to go somewhere that would let me spend more time on it and give me more guidance. Here at college I feel like you are really pushed to do the best you can.” Daniel  |  Art & Design Level 3

FASHION DESIGNER ANIMATION SPECIAL EFFECTS DESIGNER

MEDIA PROGRAMMER

ILLUSTRATION & GAMES DESIGN ILLUSTRATOR PHOTOGRAPHER EXHIBITION DESIGNER FASHION DESIGNER VIDEO EDITOR

PRINT MAKER

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ANIMATOR

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

WEB DESIGNER MEDIA PLANNER GAME MAKER/ PLANNER

ARTIST INTERIOR DESIGNER NATURE PHOTOGRAPHER

MOVIE SET CREATOR

MAGAZINE ART DIRECTOR

GAMES CREATOR

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ART & DESIGN ADVANCED

CODE: TKL105 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL101 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Art & Design at Level 1.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Art and Design at Level 2.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in art and design.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study 2D and 3D processes, art and design history, illustration, textiles, presentation of work and working in the art and design industry. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Art & Design UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Art & Design UAL Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils etc.) • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils etc.) • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 study programmes in Art and Design, Graphic Design, Photography, Fashion or Media.

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3

FASHION & CLOTHING ADVANCED

GAMES DESIGN ADVANCED

CODE: TKL104 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL146 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR a Level 2 qualification in a creative subject and equivalent English and maths.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Level 2 in Information & Creative Technology.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will work with a wide range of materials to create garments using the design process. You will also learn how to use artist and design references to support your own practical work. Additionally, you will learn about the importance of a professional approach to your work. This includes building portfolios, interview skills and application to higher education or employment.

You will undertake a variety of design briefs that help you to explore many different areas of game art and design. This will include character design, 3D animation, 2D graphics and game theory. In addition, you will work on projects that develop your understanding of character development, storytelling and plot structure, computer hardware and the games industry as a whole.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

• Art & Design UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Media UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

Up to 168

Up to 168

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils, fabrics etc.) • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils and any other storage media etc.) • Hard drive approx. £40

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. It will prepare you for undergraduate study, such as the HNC and HND Fashion & Textiles course available at Tresham College or Bedford College.

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You will be well equipped to move on to degree-level programmes, or enter directly into employment within the rapidly expanding games industry.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERMEDIATE

GRAPHIC DESIGN ADVANCED

CODE: TKL107 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL102 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Art & Design.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR a Level 2 qualification in a creative subject and equivalent English and maths.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in art and design. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will study a range of core and optional units that develop skills in design, page layout, photography, illustration and typography. You will have time in the new Apple Mac suites to develop your creative digital skills.

There is a strong emphasis on employment skills on this study programme, including client liaison from initial briefing meetings to final client presentations. Traditional skills such as drawing and illustration are balanced with training in the Adobe Creative Suite. Areas covered include: publishing, photography, packaging, animation, print making, illustration and mixed media.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

• Art & Design UAL Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths skills if required

• Art & Design UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

• Drawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils, fabrics etc.) • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

Up to 168

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, pencils etc.) • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 study programmes in Graphic Design, Photography, Fashion, Media or Art & Design.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. It will prepare you for undergraduate study, including the degree-level Graphic Design courses available at Tresham and Bedford College. During your two years with us you will generate a high quality portfolio of work to support your university application.

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2

MEDIA INTERMEDIATE

CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION: TV, FILM & RADIO ADVANCED

CODE: TKL108 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL120 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Art & Design at Level 1. 2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in media. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? The study programme is industry focussed and will allow you to develop your skills in moving image and editing. You will also develop skills in TV production, film-making and animation. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Media UAL Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Stationery including a high capacity memory stick • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR a Level 2 qualification in a creative subject and equivalent English and maths. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop your creative abilities in TV, Film and Radio Production, by taking on a range of roles such as camera operator, sound recordist, market researcher, producer, director, editor, designer and presenter. Through challenging practical based briefs, you will develop skills in the use of Adobe Premiere Editing and Adobe Creative Suite software. You will learn how to work in a TV Studio and Radio Station. There will also be opportunities to produce work for professional clients to enhance your portfolio. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Media UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to a Level 3 study programme in Creative Media Production, Graphic Design or Photography.

Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Hard drive 1tb approx. £40 • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. It will prepare you for undergraduate or HND study.

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PHOTOGRAPHY INTERMEDIATE

PHOTOGRAPHY ADVANCED

CODE: TKL106 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL103 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Art & Design at Level 1.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR a Level 2 qualification in a creative subject and equivalent English and maths.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in photography. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop skills in digital and traditional film-based photography, working in the studio and the darkroom to develop your creativity.

You will develop a range of skills, techniques and personal qualities that are required for a career in photography. Training is given on industry standard design software including the Adobe creative suite. You will work with both digital and film-based photography. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Art & Design UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Art & Design UAL Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

Up to 168

• D  rawing materials (drawing pads, sketchbooks, pens, film, photographic paper, camera etc.) along with an SD card. • Two trips per year approx. £15 per trip

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 study programmes in Photography, Graphic Design, Fashion, Media or Art & Design.

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WHAT WILL I STUDY?

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efore I came to Tresham College I studied a “ Bsimilar Level 2 programme at another college. I moved to Tresham College because the Games Design study programme really appealed to me and there were better materials here.  I enjoy the coursework creation and working on short films, as it

is enabling me to put together a portfolio for work. I’d like to get straight into work after college, so I’ll be applying for jobs almost instantly. I’d love to live in London and work for a games design company in the city.

I’ve had some work experience at CeX in Kettering, which involved general sales assistant work on the shop floor as well as pitching products to sell. College is all about being you; it’s not as restrictive as school and you can just be yourself. I’d recommend it for anyone looking to learn specific skills, or, if you’re not satisfied with the usual school subjects on offer, then college provides an escape from that.” Liam  |  Games Design Level 3

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Early Years, Health & Social Care Many people are drawn towards a career in one of the caring professions. The variety of job roles is enormous and the personal involvement is immensely satisfying and rewarding. Whether it is care of the young or elderly, teaching or nursing, each demands qualifications for entry. Topics covered include: health; safety; nutrition; child development; anatomy; physiology and the sociological and psychological aspects of caring and supporting children’s play. A key part of many of the programmes is supervised, practical placements to support your college based programme. You will gain valuable work experience in local primary schools, hospices, residential care homes, nursing homes, nurseries, special schools, hospitals, day centres and mental health services. We also offer progression opportunities through to degree-level once you complete your Level 3 qualification.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus Based at Wellingborough Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Child & Family Studies Foundation Degree (FdA)* Early Years Studies Foundation Degree (FdA)* Educational Practice Foundation Degree (FdA)* Health & Social Care Foundation Degree (FdA) Health & Social Care HNC/HND Psychology & Crime Foundation Degree (FdA)* Psychotherapist Counselling CPCAB Level 5 Diploma Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Foundation Degree (FdA) Therapeutic Counselling CPCAB Level 4 Diploma

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator) Health & Social Care

*Validated by, and leads to an award of, the University of Bedfordshire.

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Health & Social Care Introduction to Early Years Education & Care

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 83% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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ou’re not spoon fed at college, you are “ Yencouraged to be independent and that has taught me a lot. I enjoy all my lectures and I loved my work experience at a retirement home. In fact, I was asked to stay on after my placement and I now spend time with the residents on anything from creative tasks, to riddles and dancing. They tell me all about their lives and lots of interesting history – I just love it!” Nisha  |  Health & Social Care Level 3

NURSE YOUTH WORKER SPECIAL NEEDS ADVISOR

RESIDENTIAL CARER

SAFEGUARDING OFFICER TEACHER PHYSIOTHERAPIST OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER

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EARLY YEARS PRACTITIONER

CRÉCHE PROVIDER

PAEDIATRIC NURSE MIDWIFE MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

HEALTH PROMOTER PSYCHOLOGIST

PLAY WORKER

SOCIAL WORKER

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INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS, EDUCATION & CARE INTERMEDIATE

CHILDCARE & EDUCATION (EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR) ADVANCED

CODE: TCK105 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCK104 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKK105 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKK104 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TWK105 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 Year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Health & Social Care at Level 1 OR Working in Health, Social, Children & Young People’s Settings at Level 1. 2 Years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a range of units including: child development; health and wellbeing; providing safe environments; play and learning; understanding children’s additional needs; observation; assessment and planning; professional development, emergent literacy and maths; readiness for school and international procedures. You will be required to undertake two days a week in a practical placement working with children between 0–7 years of age.

You will study a range of units including; the role of the early years practitioner; supporting children’s play; child development, supporting children’s positive behaviour; physical care and equality; diversity and inclusive practice; supporting effective play; supporting children with special needs and observation; assessment and planning.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

Up to 168

• Introduction to Early Years CACHE Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Early Years Educator CACHE Level 3 Technical Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Textbooks approx. £20 • T-shirt approx. £10

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• Textbooks approx. £20 • T-shirt approx. £10

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You could progress onto teacher training courses or the Foundation Degree in Early Years Studies or Educational Practice here at Tresham College, or progress into employment in a variety of early years or school settings or undergraduate study at university.

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator) or Health & Social Care study programmes or an apprenticeship programme.

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2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths (and preferably science) OR a relevant qualification at Level 2.

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LEVEL

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HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE INTERMEDIATE

HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE ADVANCED CODE: TCK108 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCK109 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKK108 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKK109 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS CODE: TWK109 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Health & Social Care at Level 1. 2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths, and a keen interest in Health and Social Care. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a range of core, mandatory and optional units including: communication, equality & diversity; nutrition in health; human growth & development; safeguarding; working in health & social care and common care disorders. You will be required to undertake one day per week in a practical placement where you will take on the role of an employee in a variety of settings. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Health & Social Care Level 2 Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Textbooks approx. £20 • T-shirt approx. £10 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths (and preferably science) OR Health and Social Care at Level 2. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a range of core and optional units covering: effective communication; development through the life stages; anatomy and physiology; sociological and psychological perspectives and nutrition. You will be required to undertake two days a week in a practical placement. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Health & Social Care Level 3 Extended Technical Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Textbooks approx. £20 • T-shirt approx. £10 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You could study for a Foundation Degree in Health & Social Care or Psychology & Crime at Tresham College or go on to study HND or degree courses in Social Work, Nursing, Medical Studies, Teaching, Psychology or Youth Studies, or find employment in the sector.

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Level 3 study programme in Health & Social Care or Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator). Alternatively you could progress on to an apprenticeship programme.

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Engineering Tresham College has a long standing commitment to meeting the needs of industry. We work closely with many major employers in the region to develop the right course content to ensure employability of our students when they complete their study programme.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP

Based at our Corby campus, our engineering courses are offered at all levels to enable progression through the different stages of your skills development.

Electrical & Electronic Engineering BTEC HNC/HND Engineering BSc (Hons)* Engineering BTEC HNC/HND Mechanical Engineering BTEC HNC/HND

Our resources include advanced engineering workshops, for both electronics and mechanical engineering, and fully equipped suites.

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED

As well as progressing through to full-time employment or an apprenticeship, students also progress on to higher level qualifications such as the HNC and HND qualifications in Engineering offered by Tresham College and Bedford College or other universities. We also offer progression opportunities through to degree-level once you complete your Level 3 qualification. *Validated by, and leads to an award of, the University of Northampton.

Engineering

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE

Engineering

We offer apprenticeships in Engineering. To find out more visit: www.tresham.ac.uk/apprenticeships

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 88% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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the age of seven I knew “ FI rom wanted a career in the Navy. Engineering is a very practical, hands on subject, which is what I enjoy the most. I had a taste of engineering at school and learnt how to use various tools, but we didn’t have the machines that we have at Tresham College.” Chloe  |  Engineering Level 2

ROBOTICS ENGINEER

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER PRODUCTION ENGINEER

CNC MACHINIST

STUDIO SOUND ENGINEER HARDWARE ENGINEER

MATERIALS ENGINEER

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STRUCTURAL WELDER

CAD DESIGNER

PROGRAMMER

HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER DESIGN ENGINEER 3D PRINTING ENGINEER

ROBOTICS ENGINEER

TOOLMAKER

MAINTENANCE ENGINEER

AVIONICS ENGINEER

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ENGINEERING INTERMEDIATE

ENGINEERING ADVANCED

CODE: TCD113 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCD107 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English, maths and a keen interest in engineering.

1 year or 2 years, depending on the route chosen: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English, maths and preferably science OR Engineering at Level 2.

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop practical skills including hand fitting, turning, welding and milling. You will also cover engineering techniques. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Engineering Technologies VRQ Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a variety of modules designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of engineering including electronic and mechanical. You will also carry out an extended project of your choice within the field of engineering during your second year, as well as undertaking work experience in a related field. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £50 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to an apprenticeship programme or Engineering Level 3 study programme.

• Mechanical Engineering BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Personal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £50 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification will prepare you for an apprenticeship and can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. If you complete the two year programme you will be able to progress on to HND or undergraduate courses at Tresham College or Bedford College or other universities. Completion of the one year programme will prepare you for progression on to a HNC or an apprenticeship programme in engineering here at Tresham College or Bedford College.

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I always knew I wanted to study Engineering, but I didn’t have any prior experience of the subject before starting college. It wasn’t a problem because the tutors were very helpful and supportive while I was getting the hang of the basics and learning to use the machines on the Level 2 programme.

Now that I’m studying at Level 3 I enjoy the independence of the welding work and the creativity of working on Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings. You are treated as if you are in the workplace, rather than a child in a classroom, and the study programme teaches you the skills that will transfer to the workplace while giving you an all round understanding of what goes on in the real world.

I have undertaken work experience at two engineering firms and all of the machinery that they use is the same as we have here at college. I am confident that I will be ready for the world of work when I finish studying at Tresham College.” John   |  Engineering Level 3

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) This study programme is ideal if you are a student whose first language is not English and you wish to develop your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills for use in a variety of work, study and everyday life situations. The study programme is offered from beginner level through to advanced level. It will allow you to learn and practise English in a variety of ways, including in the workplace. You will also develop your maths skills in an English environment.

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) CODE: TCP119 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS CODE: TKP119 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS CODE: TWP119 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

WHAT WILL I STUDY? During this study programme you will cover a variety of language and other skills, including: • • • • • • •

Reading, writing, listening and speaking Grammar and structure Pronunciation Vocabulary development Maths ILT (using computers to learn language) Employability skills (including work placements)

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO START? You do not need any qualifications to start, but you must be between 16 and 19 years old by 31 August 2019 and you must be normally resident in the UK. You will need to attend an assessment interview before you start to help decide which level is best for you. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? You will work towards English Speaking Board ESOL awards and certificates and Functional Skills Maths certificates at an appropriate level. The levels are: • • • • •

Entry Level 1 Entry Level 2 Entry Level 3 Level 1 Level 2

Your teachers will do practice exams with you throughout the year before entering you for exams.

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Foundation Learning You will develop these skills through a variety of interesting and engaging activities, whilst working towards an Entry Level 3 qualification. Activities will include English and math, independent living skills, work preparation, work experience, community & travel and your choice from a range of vocational options.

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You will receive a high level of support to promote your personal development and progress on to further education, independent living, volunteering work or paid employment.

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came to college straight from school. It looked “ Ilike a really nice environment. I’ve found the Tutors to be very kind and supportive. We do lots of fun things at college and they treat you like an adult and they helped me with things that I found difficult, such as English and maths.    I’ve recently had a work experience at a local hairdresser and have now got an apprenticeship in hairdressing.” Chloe | Foundation Learning

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Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy study programmes at Tresham College are consistently some of our most popular in the college. Our experienced team of tutors will work to develop your professional skills, taking you from the core techniques through to the latest technological advancements in hairdressing and beauty therapy. Tresham Studios, our commercial hairdressing and beauty salons, operate at Corby and Kettering campuses. These well-equipped, industry standard environments give you the opportunity to gain practical, supervised experience working with fee‑paying clients. Our study programmes require attendance at tutorials, work experience and employability skills.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Media Make-up & Character Design Foundation Degree (FdA) Performance Production (Specialist Media Make-Up) BTEC HNC/HND*

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Beauty Therapy Hairdressing Production Arts (Make-up)*

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE

Barbering Beauty Therapy Hairdressing Hair & Media Make-up

*For more information regarding our Production Arts (Theatrical Make-Up) course see page 91.

We offer apprenticeships in Beauty Therapy and Hairdressing. To find out more visit: www.tresham.ac.uk/apprenticeships

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 84% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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“I want to become a qualified Beauty

Therapist, so I chose to study at Tresham College to improve my abilities and open up better opportunities. The college environment is a lot more mature than school and the tutors are really knowledgeable and helpful. We work with members of the public who pay to come to the salon.” Natalie  |  Beauty Level 2

SALON OWNER COLOUR TECHNICIAN SALON MANAGER NAIL TECHNICIAN BARBER MAKE-UP CONSULTANT

HAIRDRESSER

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SENIOR THERAPIST

MAKE-UP ARTIST

JUNIOR STYLIST FREELANCE STYLIST

TRAINER

SALON OWNER

SESSION STYLIST

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LEVEL

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BARBERING INTERMEDIATE

BEAUTY THERAPY INTERMEDIATE

CODE: TCJ121 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCJ103 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKJ121 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKJ103 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths.

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in beauty therapy.

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You will study cutting men’s hair, cutting men’s facial hair, colour and highlighting, client consultations, working in the hair industry and following health and safety practice in the salon.

Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

• Barbering City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

You will develop a variety of skills in the Tresham Studios beauty salon including make-up, facials, waxing, lash and brow treatments, manicure and pedicure, client care, reception and health and safety.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

• Salon uniform and equipment approx. £210 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to a Level 3 study programme or you can progress on to an apprenticeship or into employment.

• Beauty Therapy City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Salon uniform and equipment approx. £210 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for entry into employment or for further study on our Level 3 Beauty Therapy study programme. If you are interested in working in film or media production as a make-up artist you can also progress from this programme on to our Level 3 Production Arts – Media Make-up programme at our Kettering campus.

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BEAUTY THERAPY ADVANCED CODE: TCJ111 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

HAIR & MEDIA MAKE-UP INTERMEDIATE CODE: TKJ122 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKJ111 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: Beauty Therapy Level 2.

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will develop a variety of skills including slimming body treatments, advanced facials, epilation, body massage, cosmetic tanning, consultation and promotion of health and safety.

You will study: working in beauty related & make-up Industries; following health & safety practices; client care & communication in the related industries; applying make-up; providing eyelash & brow treatments; the art of photographic make-up; body art design; applying skin tanning techniques and making & styling a hair addition.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Beauty Therapy City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

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• Salon uniform and equipment approx. £210

• Hair & Media Make-Up City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification will prepare you for entry into higher education or employment in beauty salons, hotels, spas, department stores and on cruise liners.

• Salon uniform and equipment approx. £270 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you to progress on to the Level 3 Theatrical Media Make-Up programme. This involves applying prosthetic pieces, fantasy hair design for performers, and creating and casting small prosthetic pieces and bald caps.

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HAIRDRESSING ADVANCED

CODE: TCJ101 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKJ110 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKJ101 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 Year: Hairdressing at Level 2 and grade 4 or C in GCSE English and preferably maths and science.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths. 2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in hairdressing. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered.

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop advanced cutting and styling techniques in colouring, creative hair design, colour correction and how to provide hairdressing consultation services. Your programme of study will also require attendance at tutorials, work experience, and include employability skills. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will learn a variety of hairdressing techniques including shampoo and conditioning, cutting, colouring, perming, styling, plaiting, twisting, blow drying, dressing and finishing hair. You will learn how to consult with clients and promote products and services. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

• Hairdressing City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • S alon uniform, a hair extension kit and other equipment, approx. £275 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• Hairdressing City & Guilds VRQ Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

This Level 3 qualification will enable you to gain employment in the hairdressing industry as a Stylist to further develop your skills. It is also possible to continue your studies on a Level 4 Hairdressing Salon Management course.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Salon uniform and equipment approx. £270 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will enable you to gain employment as a junior stylist. Alternatively you may wish to progress on to the Level 3 study programme in hairdressing to learn more advanced techniques and skills.

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Hospitality & Catering Hospitality & Catering is based at The Manor House Restaurant, next to our Corby campus. The restaurant is open to the public and provides a first-class facility to develop your skills and gain valuable hands-on experience in a supervised setting. Our experienced tutors will provide you with all the key skills and training that you need, working in fully equipped professional kitchens including a specialist patisserie kitchen.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Corby Campus

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Hospitality & Catering

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Hospitality & Catering

During the study programme you will have the opportunity to participate in regional and national competitions and gain work experience at prestigious outdoor events such as concerts and sporting events.

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 76% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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“I currently have a part-time job in

a pub and since joining college I have worked my way up from pot washer to working on the starters and desserts, because of the skills I have been able to transfer from the classroom. They have even offered me a full-time job when I finish college.” Rachel  |  Hospitality & Catering Level 2

BAKER PASTRY CHEF

CHOCOLATIER CHEF DE PARTIE

CHEF DE RANG

RESTAURANT MANAGER

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SUGARCRAFT ARTIST FRONT OF HOUSE STAFF

NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPER

WAITING STAFF

SOUS CHEF CONFERENCE AND BANQUETING MANAGER HEAD CHEF

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HOSPITALITY & CATERING INTERMEDIATE

HOSPITALITY & CATERING ADVANCED

CODE: TCH106 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCH118 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: Hospitality & Catering at Level 1.

1 year or 2 years: Level 2 qualification in Hospitality & Catering with a satisfactory reference and grade C or 4 or above, in English.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in catering. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will develop your skills in the commercial kitchens at the Manor House Restaurant, which involves fast paced activities in a pressurised environment. You will develop your understanding and ability within hospitality, taking the lead in hosting and managing the restaurant. You will study food preparation and cooking including: fruit and vegetables; soups; sauces; meat; offal; poultry and fish; and hot and cold desserts. You will also study employment skills, food safety, health and safety, menus and cost management. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • F ood & Beverage Service Skills City & Guilds NVQ Level 2 Diploma • Food Safety Level 2 Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required

WHAT WILL I STUDY? At Level 3 you will have the opportunity to specialise in either the catering or hospitality pathway. By specialising in the professional chef route you will refine your skills and take the lead in the kitchen presenting a range of dishes. By specialising in the front of house pathway you will take the lead in the Restaurant and improve your concierge and restaurant manager skills. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Food and Beverage Service Supervision City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma • Professional Cookery City & Guilds Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • U  niform, professional knives and course material, approx. cost £230 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • U  niform, professional knives and course material, approx. £230

This Level 3 qualification will lead on to employment or enable you to progress on to further study.

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Hospitality & Catering Level 3 study programme.

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always enjoyed cooking and when I came “Itohave visit the college, I was really impressed by the facilities at The Manor Restaurant – the on-site kitchens and restaurant.  Although the study programme covers both hospitality and

catering, I prefer working front of house because you are relied upon by the team and can take more of a lead. On Thursday nights we open up to the public for service I have enjoyed work experience at the Raven Hotel where I learnt all the different roles and I now work there part-time. I am also looking forward to work experience at Rushton Hall later in the year.”

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Information Technology & Computing A qualification in IT can be a great stepping stone towards a career across a wide range of industries. Our experienced tutors will take you through each of the elements of your chosen study programme, providing practical examples to ensure that the theories learnt can be applied to the working environment. Computing courses are available at all of our campuses, which each benefit from fully equipped computer suites.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Corby Campus Based at Kettering Campus Based at Wellingborough Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Computing HNC/HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Computer Science – Hardware & Software Games Design*

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 91% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

*For information on our Games Design course please see page 51.

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got into IT from a young age and loved playing “Iaround with computers as a hobby. When I first came to Tresham I needed to improve my GCSE English and maths grades, and have now managed to achieve grade Cs. The IT course is definitely a good route into university; I hope to study Software Engineering at Southampton University as it is a leader in that industry.” Bradley  |  Computing and IT Level 3

JAVA DEVELOPER MOBILE APP DEVELOPER GAMES CODER

DATA ANALYST TECHNO FUNCTIONAL ANALYST

SERVICE DESK MANAGER WEB DESIGNER

MACHINE OPERATIVE

PROGRAMMER

GLOBAL LOGISTICS

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PROJECT MANAGER

SYSTEM DEVELOPER

SUPPORT ANALYST SERVICE DESK MANAGER TECHNICAL SUPPORT

SECURITY CONSULTANT

SYSTEM DEVELOPER

SOFTWARE TESTER

GAMES CODER & PROGRAMMER

NETWORK DESIGNER

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INFORMATION & CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY INTERMEDIATE

COMPUTER SCIENCE – HARDWARE & SOFTWARE ADVANCED

CODE: TCF101 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCF103 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TKF101 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKF103 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TWF101 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

CODE: TWF103 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths and a keen interest in information & creative technology.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Level 2 in Information & Creative Technology.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will study a range of topics including: the online world; digital portfolio; technology systems; creating digital graphics; computing in the workplace; website development; spreadsheet development; computational thinking; installing and maintaining hardware; multimedia products development; the online world and installing and maintaining software.

In year one you will study a range of units, including: principles of computer science; fundamentals of computer systems; IT systems security and encryption; business applications of social media; impact of computing; digital graphics and animation; planning and management of computing projects and a software design and development project. In year two you will study either the Hardware Technician pathway or the Digital Development route, or possibly a mixed route. The units studied and campus of delivery will depend on choices made at the end of year one.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Information & Creative Technology BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate with Functional Skills AND • English and maths qualifications if required WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? You can progress on to an apprenticeship or go on to our Level 3 Computer Science study programme which allow you to specialise in Software Development, Hardware or Interactive Media.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Computing BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You will be able to move to the Computing HNC/HND at Tresham College and Bedford College, move on to a degree or go directly into employment as a Software Developer or Hardware Engineer.

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National College for Motorsport Training the race mechanics of the future. Tresham is proud to offer motorsport technician training at our National College for Motorsport based at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire, where students are taught by highly skilled tutors, experienced in many areas of the motorsport industry. We were the first college in the UK to achieve the Motorsport Academy Employer Recognition Scheme Charter Mark for our training for race mechanics. The scheme was introduced in 2007 to ensure that training providers deliver quality, industry relevant training. In January 2018 we were awarded the Motorsport Industry Association 'Service to Industry Award' for our exceptional performance in training and guiding young people into Race Mechanics apprenticeships.

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You will be given the opportunity to work at tests and races with the college and our motorsport partners. Through our excellent links to the motorsport industry, the college offers tremendous progression opportunities, with a high percentage of our students progressing into employer-led apprenticeships.

Why Choose The National College for Motorsport? • Based at the Silverstone race circuit • Study programmes designed to meet the needs of the motorsport industry • Purpose built workshops and study facilities • Practical work experience with professional race teams • Established links with motorsport teams Programmes on offer: • Foundation Race Technician Level 2 • Advanced Race Technician Level 3 • Apprenticeships Find out more by visiting our website or downloading our prospectus.

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otorsport has been a passion of mine for as “Mlong as I can remember. I’m originally from Leeds so found out about NC4M online, where there were loads of great reviews so I knew I had to come and look around. At the open day, I met all of the team and they were really helpful and explained what the course was about. I wanted to come here because of the facilities and the skills of the lecturers. Everyone is really friendly and supportive which is important as I live away from home whilst I am here. They help you with gaining work experience with race teams. One day I’m hoping I’ll be able to be part of a Formula 1 race team.” Shakir  |  Race Technician Level 2

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Motor Vehicle Technology Tresham College has a long standing commitment to meeting the needs of industry. We work closely with many major motor vehicle employers in the region to develop the right course content to ensure employability of our students when they complete their study programme. Our motor vehicle training areas provide a realistic working environment for students to accomplish the full range of skills required for these careers.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Corby Campus Based at Wellingborough Campus

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Motor Vehicle Maintenance

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Motor Vehicle Maintenance

We offer apprenticeships in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Motor Vehicle Body Repair & Paint. To find out more visit: www.tresham.ac.uk/apprenticeships

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 79% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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I didn’t have any experience “Ainlthough mechanics before coming to college, my friend recommended the study programme to me and I’m really enjoying it. I particularly like working on the engines, as they are complex and challenging.” Niks  |  Motor Vehicle Level 1

DIAGNOSTICS ENGINEER

MECHANIC VEHICLE MECHANIC

BREAKDOWN & RECOVERY TECHNICIAN

TRANSPORT MANAGER

TEST DRIVER

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SERVICE MANAGER

TYRE FITTER

CLASSIC CAR RESTORER INSURANCE ASSESSOR

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MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE INTERMEDIATE

MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE ADVANCED

CODE: TCD115 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS

CODE: TCD130 LOCATION: CORBY CAMPUS CODE: TWD130 LOCATION: WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Motor Vehicle Maintenance at Level 1. 2 years: 3 GCSEs maths, and a keen interest in motor vehicle mechanics. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a range of topics through both theory and practical work including health and safety, vehicle system skills, engines, use of tools and equipment, vehicle maintenance, brakes, ignition, fuel, exhaust, steering, electrics and suspension. You will work towards the City & Guilds VRQ units as appropriate. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • L ight Vehicle Maintenance City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma (1 year) AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: Level 2 qualification in Vehicle Maintenance with a satisfactory reference and equivalent English, maths and preferably science. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a range of topics through both theory and practical work, building upon the work covered at Level 2 including electronic management systems, vehicle systems, engines, vehicle maintenance, brakes, ignition, fuel, exhaust, steering, electrics and suspension. You will work towards the Level 3 City & Guilds units as appropriate. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Light Vehicle Maintenance City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • P ersonal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30–£40 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• P ersonal protective equipment (PPE) approx. £30–£40

This Level 3 qualification will prepare you for employment on an apprenticeship programme.

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for the Level 3 Motor Vehicle Maintenance study programme or employment as part of an apprenticeship programme.

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workshop has been a great place to learn; “Twehehave access to modern equipment and the set-up is very professional. I have had an interest in cars for along time and my career ambition is to work in the Motorsport industry, and travel as much as possible as part of my job. My plan is to study towards a degree in Automotive Engineering at Bolton, Coventry or Birmingham University.” Lewis  |  Motor Vehicle Maintenance Level 3

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Music & Performing Arts Our wide range of study programmes in Music and Performing Arts are based at our Kettering campus. Our superb facilities include a 165-seater performance theatre, dance studio, black box rehearsal studio, large rehearsal studio and specialist sound proof music rehearsal rooms; all equipped with modern, state-of-the-art equipment. Our music study programmes cover a varied syllabus, including theory and practical sessions, to give a full understanding of the music industry. We are introducing music technology into the music programmes to prepare you for a life in the modern music industry. Performing Arts students work on a variety of projects and shows, and follow a programme which covers core skills such as acting and musical theatre, as well as technical aspects including lighting and sound. Hair and make-up can be a key part of any performance and our Level 3 Production Arts (Make-up) programme will give you all the skills you need to succeed in this exciting field.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Kettering Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Media Make-up & Character Design Foundation Degree (FdA)* Media Production Foundation Degree (FdA)* Music Performance BTEC HNC/HND Music Technology Foundation Degree (FdA)* Performing Arts BTEC HNC/HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Acting Music Performance and Music Technology Musical Theatre Production Arts (Make-up)

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE *Validated by, and leads to an award of, the University of Bedfordshire.

Music Performing Arts

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 91.2% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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“ I’m a bit older than the others students on

the programme and fairly new to being a Musician, but my tutors have been superb; they’ll help with any query from learning an instrument to the theory.

I’m enjoying learning the language of music. You need the theory to learn the practical, and I find it all really interesting, but my favourite element is performance.” Shaun  |  Musical Level 2

MUSIC JOURNALIST

ACTOR SPECIAL EFFECTS SPECIALIST

MAKE-UP ARTIST

DJ

MUSICIAN

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PROSTHETICS SPECIALIST

TEACHER

COMPOSER

MIXING ENGINEER MUSIC RESTORATION

DIRECTOR DANCER MUSICAL THERAPIST

MEDIA MAKE-UP ARTIST HAIR & MAKE-UP DESIGNER PRODUCER CHOREOGRAPHER

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3

PERFORMING ARTS INTERMEDIATE

ACTING ADVANCED

CODE: TKL127 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL123 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Level 2 in a related subject.

Entry is subject to a successful interview and audition. You must prepare a piece to perform for 2 to 3 minutes at your audition.

Entry is subject to a successful interview and audition.

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will work alongside industry professionals to enhance your skills in acting, singing, dance, rehearsal techniques and devised and scripted work. Additionally, you will learn about the importance of a professional approach to your work. This will include regular practical assessments where you will showcase your skills in a variety of genres and attend workshops.

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will work alongside industry professionals to enhance your skills in voice, physicality, character development and audition technique. You will learn about the importance of a professional approach to your work. This will include regular public performances in the theatre, where you will showcase your skills in a variety of genres. You will also attend workshops led by current professionals, important for building your performer’s CV. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Performing Arts UAL Level 2 Extended Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• P erforming Arts (Acting) UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

• Stationery • Loose black clothing • 2–3 trips per year approx. £30 per trip

Up to 168

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

• Stationery • Loose black clothing • 2–3 trips per year approx. £30 per trip

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to either the Acting or Musical Theatre study programme at Tresham College.

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification will prepare you for auditions for higher education courses at drama school or university. Previous students have gained places at Italia Conti, Performers College, LIPA, Stella Mann, Midland Academy of Dance and Drama, Birmingham School of Acting and Manchester Metropolitan.

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MUSICAL THEATRE ADVANCED CODE: TKL124 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CREATIVE MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS AND MEDIA ARTS

3

PRODUCTION ARTS (MAKE-UP) ADVANCED CODE: TKL128 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Level 2 in a related subject. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will work alongside industry professionals and study: musical theatre, acting, auditions preparation, ballet technique, jazz dance, singing skills, tap dance, contemporary dance and choreography. You will learn about the importance of a professional approach to your work and participate in regular public performances in the theatre. You will attend workshops led by current West End performers; invaluable for building your CV. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • P erforming Arts (Musical Theatre) UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR a Level 2 qualification in Hairdressing or Beauty Therapy with a satisfactory reference and equivalent English, maths and preferably art qualifications. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will work alongside industry professionals exploring the various aspects of the production arts industry. You will learn how to: create a character design; use sfx make-up; create period hairstyles and work within the different areas of the industry and build a portfolio. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Production Arts UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

Up to 168

Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Stationery • Dancewear & footwear • 2–3 trips per year approx. £30 per trip

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • U  niform and a specialist make-up kit, brushes, approx. cost £400 • 2–3 trips per year approx. £30 per trip WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. It will prepare you for auditions for higher education courses at drama school or university. Previous students have gained places at Italia Conti, Performers College, LIPA, Stella Mann, Midland Academy of Dance and Drama and Birmingham School of Acting.

This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. You will be qualified to enter into a career in the media hair and make-up industry or complete further study in this specialised area.

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3

MUSIC INTERMEDIATE

MUSIC PERFORMANCE ADVANCED

CODE: TKL126 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKL125 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A*– D including English and maths. You must also have the ability to play an instrument or sing.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Music at Level 2. You should be able to demonstrate a level of proficiency in either playing or singing.

Entry is subject to a successful interview and audition.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will study a varied syllabus including practical and theory sessions to give a full understanding of the music industry. You will need to be proficient on your instrument and be prepared to perform and compose in a variety of genres and styles. You will also learn music technology production. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Music Technology UAL Level 2 Extended Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

S tationery Specialist equipment relating to your chosen practice Ear protection 2–3 trips per year approx. £15 per trip

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Music Performance Level 3 study programme at Tresham College.

Our diverse exciting music study programme prepares you for a wide range of interesting job roles in the music industry. Your study will include practical sessions in performing, recording and theory. You will develop practical skills as a music producer, sound engineer, songwriter and session musician. You will need to be proficient on your instrument and be prepared to perform and compose in a variety of popular music genres and styles. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Music Performance UAL Level 2 Extended Certificate AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE: Up to 168 ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • • • •

S tationery Specialist equipment relating to your chosen practice Ear protection 2–3 trips per year approx. £15 per trip

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. The study programme will also enable progression to an undergraduate degree or a degree-level programme such as the HND in Music at Tresham College. You can also progress to employment in the music industry in areas such as performance, production, recording, composition and media.

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my background is in ballet, I would like “Aa lthough career in musical theatre and this is the best college course I found that would give me the all round training I need for my specific career path.  I’ve danced since I was young and attend ballet, limbering and pointe

classes outside of college. I love how intensive this programme at college is; both the challenges it brings and the routine. For example, I had never tap danced, so learning that was a big challenge and we are always rehearsing for performances – we do six per year, plus two dance shows.

The tutors have so much industry knowledge and they are focused on getting you where you want to be; they’re very supportive. We’re also lucky enough to have great facilities including the lighting, stage area, dance studio and performance hall. I am looking forward to going to the Italia Conti Academy in London to continue my training and study the three year Diploma in Musical Theatre. My goal is to become a professional performer in musical theatre.” Cara  |  Musical Theatre Level 3

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Sport & Exercise The variety of careers in the sports industry is vast and the opportunities are endless. By specialising in sports based study programmes at Tresham you will give yourself a strong skills and knowledge base to progress either in employment or higher education courses in sport, coaching, health and fitness. Our extensive sports facilities include fitness suites, synthetic pitches, sports fields and a four court sports hall. Study programmes are based at our Kettering campus. Successful completion of a Level 3 study programme will enable you to progress on to higher education courses at university, or the degree-level courses in Sport, Exercise & Leisure here at Tresham College or Bedford College. If you are a high level sports performer, or keen to further develop your skills in football or rugby, you can apply for one of our study programmes combined with a Sport Academy.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Kettering Campus Based at Shuttleworth Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Sport Science (Sport Coaching) Foundation Degree (FdSc)* Sport Science (Personal Training) Foundation Degree (FdSc)* Sport (Outdoor Adventure) BTEC HNC/HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Sport & Exercise Studies Sport & Exercise Studies + Football Academy Sport & Exercise Studies + Rugby Academy Sport & Exercise Studies + Girls’ Football Academy

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE *Validated by, and lead to an award of, the University of Bedfordshire.

Sport & Exercise Studies Sport & Exercise Studies + Football Academy Sport & Exercise Studies + Rugby Academy Sport & Exercise Studies + Girls’ Football Academy

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 90% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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all the practical sessions involved “Iinlove the study programme; it’s great being able to train on the astro in all weathers. I enjoy the theory – particularly the Anatomy & Physiology unit and the assignments. The small class sizes mean you get plenty of one-to-one time with your tutors.” Jade  |  Sport & Exercise Level 3

SPORTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

PE TEACHER SPORT THERAPIST

SPORTS STADIUM MANAGER EVENT COORDINATOR

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH

SPORT PSYCHOLOGIST

DIETICIAN

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PERSONAL TRAINER

GYM INSTRUCTOR

ACADEMY OF SPORT EVENT MANAGER

SPORTS COACH OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES MANAGER

SPORTS ACTIVATOR

PERFORMANCE ANALYST

SPORTS NUTRITIONIST

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What is the Academy of Sport? Tresham Academy of Sport offers high quality education and training allowing students to continue with their sporting development whilst gaining academic qualifications.

With access to great facilities, high level coaching, experienced teaching staff and medical and fitness support, Tresham Academy of Sport aims to provide an elite sporting experience and push you to achieve your goals.

OUR ACADEMIES FOOTBALL ACADEMY

The Tresham Football Academy competes at the highest level of college football, the AoC Sport Premier League and regional and national cup competitions. Coaches are FA & UEFA licensed and ex-professionals lead sessions. Our football students have gone on to gain professional contracts and American scholarships. Tresham Rugby Academy offers aspiring players the chance to continue with their education whilst also gaining high quality training led by experienced coaches. The Rugby Academy competes in AOC National Leagues and Regional competitions.

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OUR STUDY PROGRAMMES: • • • •

S port & Exercise Level 2 Sport & Exercise Level 3 Gym Instructor Level 2 (Part-time) 19+ only Sport Science (Sport Coaching) Foundation Degree (FdSc)

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Academy of Sport Success BE A PART OF OUR SUCCESS STORY!

2018 was a great year for our Academy of Sport students.

If your sporting preferences lay outside of Football and Rugby, college sport provides you with a fantastic opportunity to experience 8 hours of practical sessions a week in a variety of team and individual sports including Volleyball, Handball, Basketball, Badminton and Table Tennis with the ultimate aims of self-improvement, team work and representing the college in Regional and National competitions.

HERE ARE JUST SOME OF OUR HIGHLIGHTS: • T  he Football Academy 1st Team – reached the quarter finals of the National Premier Cup, finished as runners up in the Category 1 College Premier League and reached the last 16 of the National Premier Cup playoffs.

• A  lex O’Neill (Girls Football Academy) signed for Leicester City FC.

• R  ugby Academy student Ryan Hammet was selected for Midlands U18 while Chris Pagliuca and Ollie Parton were selected to play for East Midlands.

•  Ryan Kenyon (Boys Football Academy) ranked 5* by USA Scholarship colleges (only three out of 500 to be ranked at this level).

•  The Girls' Football Academy finished as league runners up and reached the quarter finals of the National Cup. • T  he Volleyball squad were National Cup quarter finalists and regional runners up. •  52 students represented the college at regional championships.

•  Sam Curtis (Boys Football Academy) made his debut in UCL Premier League aged 16.

•  Soloman Paul (Boys Football Academy) was an England National Trials finalist (last 30). •  The Rugby Academy were awarded RFU Focus college status and hosted the England U20 Head Coach for a special training session. •  We have supported elite level swimmers, cyclists and Muay Thai student athletes in their study programmes.

• E  mma Smith (Girls Football Academy) signed for Nottingham Forest FC.

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LEVEL

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3

SPORT INTERMEDIATE

SPORT & EXERCISE STUDIES ADVANCED

CODE: TKH102 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKH101 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Sport & Exercise at Level 1. 2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in sport and fitness. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will gain an understanding of the structure of the sport and leisure industry and start to gain the skills and knowledge for employment in sports and fitness. You will learn about anatomy and physiology, personal fitness and leading sports activities. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and employability skills. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

You will study a range of units including fitness training and testing, sports coaching, psychology, anatomy and physiology. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and employability skills. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Sport BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

• Trips, visits and workbooks approx. £30 • Branded uniform approx. £50 (for Football and Rugby Academy approx. £130–£190)

• Trips, visits and workbooks approx. £30 • Branded uniform approx. £50 (for Football and Rugby Academy approx. £130–£190) ACADEMY OPPORTUNITIES If you are a high level sports performer, or keen to further develop your skills in football or rugby, you can apply to one of our study programmes combined with a Sport Academy. This allows you to balance your academic studies alongside athletic development. Visit our website and search for Academy of Sport for more information. WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Sports & Exercise Level 3 study programme.

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ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

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• Sport BTEC Level 2 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

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ACADEMY OPPORTUNITIES If you are a high level sports performer, or keen to further develop your skills in football or rugby, you can apply to one of our study programmes combined with a Sport Academy. This allows you to balance your academic studies alongside athletic development. Visit our website and search for Academy of Sport for more information. WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. This course will enable you to progress into employment or higher education, including sport courses at Tresham College.

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“It’s the best place to be as the college offers

experiences to play at a professional level; I’ve had trials at Peterborough United as well as getting the opportunity to play for the England Colleges National Team. The facilities are excellent too, being able to train and play on a 4G Astro pitch as well as using the gym during breaks. The academy also has a sports therapist, helping you stay in shape and avoid injuries.

I chose to come to Tresham College because of the Football Academy. It’s a great way to develop as an individual player as well as a team player. Tutors at the college give plenty of guidance helping you achieve the highest grade possible with their wealth of experience.

I have been offered an American Scholarship as a result of the Football Academy. The scholarship will also give me the opportunity to study a degree alongside playing football every day.” Ryan  |  Sport Level 3 and Football Academy

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Travel & Tourism A career in travel and tourism can literally take you around the world. By studying one of our Travel & Tourism study programmes you will be able to gain the key skills and knowledge necessary to get a head start in this industry. Based at our Kettering campus, you will study a mixture of practical and theory units including cabin crew training in our own plane fuselage. Study programme units focus on worldwide tourist destinations, marketing and event organisation. You will also have the opportunity to work towards additional qualifications including our Level 2 in Cabin Crew training; a great head start if you are looking for a career as cabin crew.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Bedford College Campus Based at Kettering Campus

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH THE BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP Travel & Tourism Management BTEC HNC/HND

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Travel & Tourism

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Travel & Tourism

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 95% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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instantly preferred the college “Ienvironment to school because it is much more mature and the tutors are so friendly, approachable and helpful. In class, I really enjoy the group work because you can share ideas and take part in discussion and role play.” Caleb  |  Travel & Tourism Level 3

CABIN CREW HOTEL MANAGER TRAVEL AGENCY MANAGER

TRAVEL JOURNALIST TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE MANAGER

Find a job you love

EVENTS RECREATION MANAGER TOUR GUIDE

HOLIDAY REPRESENTATIVE

TOURISM OFFICER

AIRPORT WORKER

TOUR MANAGER

TRAVEL AGENTS

MARKETING OFFICER

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LEVEL

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3

TRAVEL & TOURISM INTERMEDIATE

TRAVEL & TOURISM ADVANCED

CODE: TKH110 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKH109 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR a relevant qualification at Level 1.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – including English and maths OR Travel & Tourism at Level 2.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will gain an understanding of the travel and tourism industry through a range of units such as: tourist destinations; customer service in travel and tourism; marketing and organising a travel and tourism event. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and study employability skills.

You will investigate the development of the travel and tourism industry both in the UK and the rest of the world. You will look at worldwide tourist destinations and their appeal to different customers. You will also have the opportunity to gain Resort Representative (year 1) and Cabin Crew (year 2) qualifications as part of your study programme.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?

• Travel & Tourism City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma • Resort Representatives NCFE Level 2 Award AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Travel & Tourism City & Guilds Level 3 Extended Diploma • Resort Representative NCFE Level 2 Award • Cabin Crew NCFE Level 2 Award AND • English and maths qualifications if required

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Trips approx. £150

UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT?

Up to 168

This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Travel & Tourism Level 3 study programme.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS? • Trips in year 1 approx. £200 • Trips in year 2 approx. £500 WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This Level 3 qualification can help you find employment, or give you the UCAS points needed for university. On completion of this study programme you can progress onto a HNC/HND at Bedford College.

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Uniformed Public Services Studying for a qualification in Uniformed Public Services can lead to a job with clear career pathways and the potential to take you worldwide. Our specialist Level 2 and Level 3 study programmes help you gain an understanding of the different roles of the public services and develop key skills through problem–solving activities, expeditions, orienteering and real world scenarios.

OUR COURSES AND YOUR FUTURE PROSPECTS: Based at Kettering Campus

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED Uniformed Public Services

LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE Uniformed Public Services

The programmes are structured to provide the opportunity to experience real life public services careers through fire station visits, army experience days and police riot training.

STUDENT DESTINATIONS In 2017 95.2% of students went onto undergraduate study at colleges and universities or moved straight into employment or apprenticeships.

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learning from tutors who have all been “ Iin’meither the armed forces or the police, and the trips and work experience are completely relevant to what I want to do in the future. We’ve visited Parliament and various emergency services, and my work experience will include one week with Northamptonshire Police and one week at Kettering Fire Station.” Caitlin  |  Uniformed Public Services Level 3

IMMIGRATION OFFICER

PARAMEDIC FIRE FIGHTER MINE CLEARANCE DIVER

PROBATION OFFICER

Find a job you love

ROYAL MARINES COMMANDO DRUG SQUAD OFFICER

ARMY RESERVIST

PRISON OFFICER

POLICE OFFICER

DOG HANDLER

CLOSE PROTECTION ARTILLERY OFFICER BORDER FORCE OFFICER

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LEVEL

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3

UNIFORMED PUBLIC SERVICES INTERMEDIATE

UNIFORMED PUBLIC SERVICES AVANCED

CODE: TKK138 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

CODE: TKK139 LOCATION: KETTERING CAMPUS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1 year: 3 GCSEs grades 9–3 or A* – D including English and maths OR Public Services at Level 1.

2 years: 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or A* – C including English and maths OR Uniformed Public Services at Level 2.

2 years: 3 GCSEs grades 9–1 or A* – G including English and maths and a keen interest in working within the public services. Other relevant levels of qualification or experience will be considered. WHAT WILL I STUDY? The study programme consists of units in the public services, fitness, citizenship, adventurous activities, teamwork, community health & fitness, career planning, sport & recreation, land navigation, adventurous activities, team work and cultural awareness. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and employability skills. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN? • Uniformed Public Services BTEC Level 2 Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required

• Public Services BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma AND • English and maths qualifications if required UCAS POINTS AVAILABLE:

• College uniform approx. £30 • Trips approx. £200

WHAT COULD I DO NEXT? This study programme will prepare you for progression on to the Uniformed Public Services Level 3 study programme.

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ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

• College uniform approx. £30 • Trips approx. £75

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You will gain an in-depth understanding of the structure of the public service industry and the skills and knowledge necessary to gain employment. You will learn about discipline, outdoor and adventurous activities, command and control and physical preparation. You will develop your practical application of the skills learnt through a variety of educational visits and expeditions. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and study employability skills.

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ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS?

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Undergraduate Courses at Bedford, Corby, Kettering and Shuttleworth If you’re thinking about taking a higher education qualification, university isn’t your only option. We offer a wide range of undergraduate courses at our Bedford College Campus, Shuttleworth College campus and Tresham College campus with fantastic support and expert teaching.

HONOURS TOP-UP

CAREERS

Our close partnerships with regional universities give you the option to top-up to a full honours degree.

Providing you with professional careers advice and the latest job opportunities.

STAY LOCAL

COMPETITIVE TUITION FEES

Save thousands of pounds by studying locally at home.

Take advantage of our lower course fees and save thousands on your degree.

FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS

MORE SUPPORT

A variety of flexible study options from as little as six hours per week to fit around your work and other life commitments.

Smaller class sizes and more one-to-one support.

STRONG LINKS WITH EMPLOYERS

INDUSTRY EXPERTS

We work with over 1,500 organisations across the region to ensure you are more employable.

Many of our tutors are industry professionals, with first-hand experience and contacts.

What’s on offer? •7 Degrees (BSc/BA) •7 Foundation Degrees (FdA/FdSc) •7 Higher National Certificates & Diplomas (HNC & HND) •7 Teaching Qualifications •7 Access to University Courses

DON’T HAVE THE GRADES YOU NEED TO STUDY FOR A DEGREE? Or been out of study for a while? Then an Access to Higher Education course could be for you. Find out more at

www.bedford.ac.uk/access

Find out more at: www.bedford.ac.uk/undergraduate or www.tresham.co.uk/undergraduate

WE HAVE STRONG LINKS WITH THE FOLLOWING UNIVERSITIES:

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The Prince’s Trust Team Programme

Since 1999, Tresham has been proud to be the award winning delivery partner for Northamptonshire’s Prince’s Trust Team programme. This 12 week, full-time, personal development programme is aimed at young people aged 16–25 years old and will give you: • a better chance of moving into a job, education or training • an opportunity to use your skills and gain new ones • a nationally recognised qualification • help with job-hunting and writing your CV • the chance to make a difference in your community.

If you want to discuss and apply for the programme then email ptt@tresham.ac.uk

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Study Programme Index ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

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HAIRDRESSING & BEAUTY THERAPY

Access to Higher Education

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Barbering

APPLIED SCIENCES

Beauty Therapy

Applied Science (Analytical Forensics)

32

Hair & Media Make-Up

71

Applied Science (Biomedical)

33

Hairdressing

72

BUSINESS

HOSPITALITY & CATERING

Accountancy

36

Hospitality & Catering

Business

37

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTING

CONSTRUCTION AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

76

Information & Creative Technology

80

Computer Science – Digital Development & Hardware Technician Pathways

80

Bricklaying

40

Electrical Installation

41

Painting and Decorating

42

MOTORSPORT

Plastering

43

Motorsport

Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation

44

MOTOR VEHICLE

Site Carpentry

45

Motor Vehicle Maintenance

82 86

MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS

CREATIVE ARTS & MEDIA 50

Performing Arts

90

Fashion & Clothing

51

Acting

90

Games Design

51

Musical Theatre

91

Graphic Design

52

Production Arts (Theatrical Make-up)

91

Media

53

Music

92

Creative Media Production: TV, Film & Radio

53

Music Performance

92

Photography

54

SPORT & EXERCISE

Art & Design

EARLY YEARS, HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE

Academy of Sport

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Introduction to Early Years Education & Care

58

Sport & Exercise Studies

Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator)

58

TRAVEL & TOURISM

Health & Social Care

59

Travel & Tourism

Engineering

62

Uniformed Public Services

FOUNDATION LEARNING ESOL

64

Foundation Learning

66

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UNIFORMED PUBLIC SERVICES

ENGINEERING

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Our Contact Details

CORBY CAMPUS

NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR MOTORSPORT

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KETTERING CAMPUS

WELLINGBOROUGH CAMPUSES

Windmill Avenue, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 6ER Email: info@tresham.ac.uk Telephone: 01536 413123 Website: www.tresham.ac.uk

Croyland Hall, Tithe Barn Road, Wellingborough NN8 1BJ

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Tresham College Full-time Study Programme Guide 2019-20  
Tresham College Full-time Study Programme Guide 2019-20