AS Levels

What do I need to join?

You will need:

• A grade B (or new Grade 6) or above in GCSE English Language

General Information

This AQA AS English Language course will enable you to build on the skills you have developed at GCSE, by engaging creatively and critically with a wide range of texts and discourses. You will analyse language diversity in text and data-based sources and improve your writing skills.

Who is this course for?

The course is for anyone who would like to improve their English language skills and achieve a Level 3 qualification.

Contact Details

Debbie Williams, telephone 01524 66215, Ext. 421.
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For information, advice and guidance or to enrol please phone Student Services on 01524 521237 or 0800 306 306

Course Information Sheet

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What do I need to join?

To join this course, you will need:
• To demonstrate an ability to work at a level equivalent to 4 GCSEs at grade A* - C, and to hold a GCSE at grade C/4 or higher in English or English Language.
• Enthusiasm for the subject/area
• A commitment to study (attendance, punctuality & behaviour)

General Information

This is a one year evening course designed to provide students with an engaging introduction to key issues and approaches in psychology. Through studying a range of topics within the core areas of social influence, memory, attachment, psychopathology and research methods, students will explore questions such as “why do people conform?”, “what makes us forget?” and “do the experiences a person has before the age of five shape the person they are today?”, all whilst developing a range of transferable skills, including analytical thinking, problem solving and communication.

Who is this course for?

The course is suitable for school leavers and adults who may be progressing from Level 2 study and who would like a career in psychology, or an area which involves working with and understanding people, such as child care, health and social care, public services, business, nursing or teaching.

Contact Details

Laura Walker or Cathy Jamieson 01524 66215 Ext 259

Course Information Sheet

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Part Time Courses


Studying a part time course at Lancaster & Morecambe College is a great way to update your skills or learn something new.

Our range of courses includes one day professional and management courses and part time evening courses in a range of areas. Pick a subject area or flick through the guide below to see the range of courses on offer.

If you would like to receive a printed copy of the Adult Course Guide, please call 01524 66215 and we will post one out to you.









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