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Access to Further Education -Vocational (Entry Level 3)

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Course Content Foundation Learning: Functional Skills in English Mathematics ICT Learners work towards the Edexcel Entry 3 Certificate in Vocational Studies and the City & Guilds Entry 3...more

Awarding organisation: Edexcel Ltd

Duration: 36 weeks

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Access to FE Diploma in Work Skills (Level 2)

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Students who are interested in boosting their English, Maths and employability skills. Students who want to progress onto a mainstream course or employment the following year. Course Content The...more

Awarding organisation: Edexcel Ltd

Duration: 1 year

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