We offer a range of qualifications which meet the requirements of the Study Programme and support other priorities facing the 16-19 market.

Professor Wolf recommended that Study Programmes should be governed by a set of general principles, namely that courses taken by 16-to19-year-olds should:

  • not be wholly occupational and should include at least one qualification of substantial size which offers progression either into higher levels of education or into skilled employment;
  • include both qualification and non-qualification activity including, as and where appropriate, tutorial time and high quality work experience or internships;
  • include the study of English and mathematics and work towards the achievement of GCSE A*-C for all students who do not already have these qualifications.

We have a growing portfolio of vocational qualifications in a range of sectors from Entry Level to Level 2 that offer progression into employment and higher level studies.

Find out more about our Vocational Qualifications

We also offer a number of qualifications which can be delivered alongside the Study Programme to prepare your learners for securing employment at the end of their course and support them with their work placement.

Contact us today to find out how we can help.