Level One Diploma in Introductory Vocational Studies
The Level One Diploma in Introductory Vocational Studies is designed to introduce learners to a variety of areas of work and the employment opportunities within them. Learners are encouraged to try out a range of vocational areas, find out which they like best and gain a better sense of direction for their future careers.
What will I study?
Core units - these are mandatory and include:
- Career progression
You will choose from a range of vocational areas, including:
- Art and performing arts
- Caring for children
- IT and business
- Public services
- Sports and active leisure
- Travel and tourism
You will also study/complete:
- English and mathematics
- Work experience
How will I be assessed?
Learner work will be assessed and verified throughout the year.
How will the course be delivered?
There will be a mixture of classroom and external contact.
There are no formal entry requirements, but you must have:
- A satisfactory college interview
- Suitable references
- Appropriate level of English and mathematics
The opportunity to progress (if appropriate) to a more vocationally specific course at East Riding College, employment or an Apprenticeship.
For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.