Citizenship Gcse Short Course Coursework

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Level 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course (4800)

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Qualification typeAQA Certificate
Specification titleLevel 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course
Specification code4800
QAN codes10022922
10022934
Guided Learning Hours60-80

Updates to Level 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course (4800)

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Work Related Learning Team

Tel: 01423 534 225

wrl@aqa.org.uk

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Level 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course (4800)

Codes and references

Qualification typeAQA Certificate
Specification titleLevel 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course
Specification code4800
QAN codes10022922
10022934
Guided Learning Hours60-80

Updates to Level 1 and Level 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life: Short Course (4800)

All updates

Talk to us

Work Related Learning Team

Tel: 01423 534 225

wrl@aqa.org.uk

We are not planning to develop a new A-level Citizenship Studies qualification under government changes to A-levels.

The last exams for students taking the current qualification will be in the June 2018 series, with a final re-sit opportunity in June 2019. 

As an alternative, you may like to consider our new AS and A-levels in Sociology which is accredited for first teaching in September 2015, or Government and Politics which we are planning to develop.  

Find out more about these changes and which qualifications we are planning to offer in the future. You can also contact the customer support team on the details shown below. 


A-level Citizenship Studies helps students communicate and articulate different views, ideas and perspectives. It develops their ability to work with others and use problem-solving and critical approaches to issues.

This four-unit specification requires students to develop their ability to advocate, negotiate, plan, make decisions and take action on Citizenship issues. It enables students to select, interpret, analyse and evaluate information to construct reasoned and coherent arguments.

This course is particularly suitable for students who have studied the Citizenship Key Stage 4 programme of study as part of the National Curriculum.



Specification

Last exams are June 2018, with a re-sit opportunity in June 2019.

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