Have you been fascinated by the scientists who have created the COVID-19 vaccine? Are you interested in who conducts the specialised testing for genetic disorders or who determines which antibiotic is required to save someone‘s life? Would you want to be at the forefront of agri-food production and technology whilst taking into account climate change and global warming? Or tackling how to invent environmentally-friendly food packaging to fight against plastic pollution in our oceans?
If so, then this T Level in Science could be the right course for you!
Five GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including English Language, Mathematics and Double Science (or Triple Science) or Level 2 in Science with a distinction, alongside GCSE grade 4 or above in English Language and Mathematics. Alternatively Level 2 in Health and Social Care with a grade B or distinction, alongside GCSE grade 4 or above in Science, Mathematics and English.
On this two year T Level at HSDC South Downs, you will study:
You will also practice these skills in the workplace by taking part in an industry placement.
HSDC South Downs offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including practical activities, lectures, tutorials, workshops, presentations and group discussions. You will have access to the Learning Hub (library) and other online and digital resources through the HSDC student portal (MyHSDC).
You will be assessed through an exam, industrial placement, employer-set project, synoptic assessment of practice in work placement setting.
This course aims to support progression into the workplace, onto a Higher Apprenticeship or onto further study at University.
This course requires you to complete an industry placement of a minimum of 315 hours across the two year T Level. HSDC South Downs will help you to secure your work placement.
You take control of your own learning…the college were really helpful and always willing to do anything and go that extra step to help me get my grades.Scarlette Tiller, A Level student
I would say it’s a college that really balances academia with fun, there is lots of extra-curricular stuff that you can get involved in. It has a really good work/life balance.Laura Hagedorn, A Level student
Everyone at the College was really helpful, and there’s lots of facilities, meaning it’s very easy to get your work done on time, and get good grades. The teaching and support was excellent, they were always on top of it, and made sure you got work done on time and you were challenged. Everyone is friendly and its really diverse, meaning you can get involved in lots of different things.Conor Ward, BTEC student