Education and Early Years T Level
Learn the theory and the practical skills to be an early years professional, supported by professionals in the classroom and the workplace. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills to observe young children, support play and educational opportunities and help them develop through age-appropriate activities whilst assessing their care needs in a real setting. Your skills will be underpinned with knowledge about children’s learning and development, health, wellbeing and safety, legislation, safeguarding, curriculum frameworks and professional practice and development.
Your will complete 750 hours of hands-on work experience over two years, attending 2 full days a week in a setting with babies and children aged 0-5 years.
Assessment will be through written exams, an employer based project and practical assignments.
Learn the core knowledge and skills that underpin many jobs in the construction industry, especially construction design and surveying. In addition to core units of health and safety, mathematics and science, you’ll learn topics that are of significant importance to employers in the sector, including sustainability, design, law, project management and technology, alongside the practical elements of land and building surveying to provide accurate measurement and
industry quality drawings.
This course is great for anyone wanting a career in construction. It can lead to careers in surveying and design, civil engineering, building services design, or hazardous materials surveying.
Working in a real setting, supported by professional expertise, you'll learn theory and be able to put it straight into practice. You'll gain knowledge and skills in assisting adult nursing teams with clinical tasks, supporting individuals in daily activities and assisting with skin integrity assessments. These skills will be underpinned with knowledge in areas such as anatomy and physiology, healthy nutrition and care routines, understanding the use and calibration of clinical equipment and policy and guidelines.
Assessment will be through examinations, an employer set project and practical assignments.
Develop digital knowledge and skills in information security, and understand the security controls that can be used to mitigate security threats within solutions and services, using digital evidence to solve problems. You'll learn to apply procedures and controls to maintain the digital security of an organisation and its data, and explain, install, configure, test and manage both physical and virtual infrastructure.
You’ll gain an in-depth knowledge of operations, networking and infrastructure that is a great foundation for high-level specialised qualifications in networking or infrastructure architecture, or employment at intermediate levels.
Focus on the development of knowledge and skills needed to work in the Management and Administration sector, and understand the world of work so that you're ready to enter the sector through employment or as an Apprentice - you can even progress onto higher education courses and training.
Put your studies into practice and gain real experience while you study core business concepts and theories. You'll learn about the essentials of business organisation, change management, communication, professional audiences and quality and compliance, before specialising in team leadership/management.
Our experience with the NHS Foundation Trust shows us the ins and outs of the hospital environment and what it’s really like. We’ll have experience in different wards – which might spark new interests. During the first year of our course we’ll also gain a Care Certificate that allows us to do bank work in hospitals during the summer holidays – our course leaders are brilliant and ensure we have can have those experiences to take beyond college.”
How business can support T Levels
We invite local employers to support our T level learners by offering an industry placement that will both benefit your business and teach young people the skills you look for in an employee.
A student will be invited to work with you for around 45 days, developing skills and building confidence. Placement times can be arranged to fit in with your needs.
By helping nurture and develop local talent, your organisation will benefit from cost effective recruitment for entry level jobs and apprenticeships that will bring in motivated and creative people. In addition, it provides an opportunity to upskill your staff with the chance to mentor a young person.
To find out more, please contact a member of the Gloucestershire College Employability Team on 0345 155 2020 or email email@example.com