The Level 1 Award in Principles of Working in Early Years Setting (RQF) is designed to give you a strong foundation for further training in early years. The course is made up of 4 units which outline the core responsibilities you’ll have as an early years worker.
The final step to achieve the bookkeeping skills you need, is this Level 3 Diploma in Computerised Accounting for Business. This course has been developed in collaboration with Skillsfirst and Sage UK and it is a recognised RQF accredited qualification.
This RQF qualification that builds on the Level 1 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business. This Level 2 course demonstrates how Sage 50cloud Accounts makes daily accounting tasks easier, by mastering its more advanced functions.
History at A Level is a marked step up from GCSE. It will build on the skills you have learned so you will be able to analyse the accuracy of historic accounts. In so doing you will have the capacity to draw together multiple sources to create your own interpretation of events.
Studying physics at A Level gives you the opportunity to develop your theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject. You will be challenged to carry our experimental and investigative activities in a range of areas. All designed to prepare you for university study.
Did you leave school without the business GCSE you wanted? Or perhaps you’re looking for a qualification that will help you kick-start your business career? If so, this online GCSE business course will help you achieve the qualification you need to reach your full potential.
This course explores the contemporary models, theories and techniques used in successful business development. This thought-provoking content is engaging and relevant to today’s business sector both in the UK and globally.
GCSE Sociology gives you the knowledge and understanding of key social structures, processes and issues. You will do this through the study of families, education, crime and deviance and social stratification.
Sociology is the study of how people interact in groups. A Level sociology examines social behaviour from a variety of perspectives, how it originates and then develops. The course also explores the ways people are organised into groups according to distinctions such as class, gender and race.
Did you leave schools without a C in GCSE English? Would you like to study A-level English Literature in the future or perhaps embark on a career working with words? Then our GCSE English Literature course is perfect for you.
Did you leave education after school but would love to study English literature at a higher level? Do you need an English A Level to access your dream degree programme at university? Then our A Level English Literature course is just what you need to take your learning to the next level and unlock your future.
Studying your A Level in economics you will apply economic theory to support analysis of current economic problems and issues. You will learn the difference between microeconomies and macroeconomies and appreciate the relationships between them.