Mathematics A Level Year 2 – Distance Learning with Tutorials

Mathematics A Level Year 2 – Distance Learning with Tutorials

Adult Skills & Training Location: Brockenhurst
Type: E-Learning
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Course Details

Course Details

This course allows students to complete the second year of the GCE A level Mathematics qualification and has the convenience and flexibility of being delivered mostly by distance learning.

Student support comprises:

One 2-hour group induction workshop in September 2017. 

Ten further workshops of two hours duration in the evenings at 3-4 weekly intervals.

In addition students will receive a minimum of four hours individual support via email, telephone, Skype or face to face. Workshops and individual support will be led by an experienced A level Maths tutor.

Course Structure & Teaching Methods

Course Structure & Teaching Methods

Learning will be mostly by student self-study using dedicated textbooks and an extensive range of resources available through the college’s Virtual Learning Environment (learn.brock.ac.uk). It is therefore essential to have access to the internet.

Assessment

Assessment

The course followed is the OCR-MEI A level specification. Students will be entered for the A level examinations in the summer of 2018. This will include two pure modules (C3 and C4) and one applied module. A range of applied modules is available. The cost of these exam entries is included in the course fees; however, students may also resit AS modules through the college at their own expense. Full course details can be found on the daytime sixth form subject sheets on www.brock.ac.uk and also at www.mei.org.uk. [Please note that the specification followed is the old MEI specification and not the new specification for first teaching in 2017-18.]

Information & Support

Awarding Body   OCR-MEI

Information & Support

Course fees include one sitting for each A2 examination, a minimum of 22 hours group tutorial time, and 4 hours individual support as detailed above.

Experienced and competent staff at our adult learning centres can help you decide on your course and progression options. If you feel you would benefit from more in depth careers advice please contact https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/Pages/Home.aspx

Practical help and advice is also provided to assist students with any kind of disability or individual need, including people for whom English is not their first language. Please contact our centre staff to discuss your needs prior to starting your course.

Available Dates and Locations

Please contact us to register your interest for the next available start date.

Progression Opportunities

Progression Opportunities

Completion of GCE A Level Mathematics allows progression onto a wide range of careers and entry to degree level courses including Physics, Engineering, Economics, Computer science and Architecture, as well as mathematical sciences.

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