To assist with delivery of our qualifications we have produced the following whitepapers and guides.
Meeting Learners Needs at Entry Level
Take a look at our Meeting Learners Needs at Entry Level whitepaper to discover how our qualifications support learner-centred programmes, designed to enable maximum flexibility, allowing your curriculum to be led by learners’ needs and interests and not by the requirements of the qualification.
Within this useful guide, you can expect to find examples of how Entry Level qualifications can be used in practice, choosing the most suitable qualifications for your learners and typical learner progression routes.
Delivering Your Pre-Access Provision
Discover how you can use our Pre-Access qualifications to meet your leaners’ needs with our free Delivering your Pre-Access Provision whitepaper. Developed for curriculum managers and teachers, this whitepaper will help them to:
- understand Gateway Qualifications Pre-Access qualifications
- select the appropriate Pre-Access qualifications for their learners
- plan and build their Pre-Access programmes, using Gateway Qualifications Pre-Access qualifications
Bite-sized English and Maths Qualifications
When looking for a suite of bite-sized English and maths qualifications to help learners as they progress towards a GCSE of Functional Skills, you need to find multiple purpose qualifications that offer coherent chunks of learners to enable learners to focus on specific areas of weakness and enable providers to select the most appropriate level of qualification to match the learner need.
English and Maths Qualifications
A 4-page booklet that focuses on the key information of our Functional Skills, ESOL and Bite-sized English and Maths qualifications.
Easy-to-digest leaflet which includes information about our Apprenticeships standards, frameworks, traineeships and English and maths support.
The Traineeship Programme consists of work experience and English and Maths, along with job preparation such as CV-writing tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview. This means that learners can concentrate on developing the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to enable them to progress on to Study Programmes, Apprenticeships or into work.