Date of publication: 2017-09-04 02:17
For those who have previously studied/trained at level 7 and/or have riding and practical horse handling experience to a reasonably
To organise your busy schedule, create a timetable to help map out what subjects you need to revise for and when. If you decide to start revising at 65am, be strict with yourself and stick to it – but remember to also schedule time to yourself to either socialise or take a little break every hour. You’ll thank yourself after you get the exam results you really worked for.
Having a revision technique that works for you is a tried and tested method of acing your exams! An example of a technique that works with most people is making notes in class so that when you reach home, you can read over them and re-write them all neatly into a second notepad. Doing this will help you get those facts to stick in your brain and hopefully identify any gaps of knowledge for you to improve.
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Cancellations made 9 weeks prior to the start of the course will receive a refund of fees paid, less the £ 555 non-refundable deposit. After this date, an agreement to attend the course is assumed and payment in full will become due on the first day of the course. Students cancelling less than 9 weeks prior to the start of the course will be liable for the full course fee.
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Ideally, you should be employed either part or full-time in a construction-related job, trainee manager, surveyor, engineer in a technician, senior technician or management position. As a self-employed applicant you must be able to prove that you have built environment experience and are in regular construction employmentYou will be studying on a part-time basis one full day per week. On this course you will complete ten units of study delivered over the two years (five units each year) to enable progression onto our Level 5 HND in Construction and Level 6 BSc (Hons) Degree in Construction Management for Sustainability and Regeneration of the Built Environment.
Lastly, if you are successful and do find some work experience, then make sure you make the experience worthwhile! Ask lots of questions, as this will show the employer that you are eager to learn and get involved. Try and interact with lots of different people within the organisation you’re in, as this will give you a broader view of what the job or industry you are interested in is really like to work in! Finally, just make sure you enjoy it!
My brother suffered badly with exam nerves and opted for a BTEC in Business. He found it suited him far better than a traditional course and eventualy went on to a degree in business and finance and is now an accountant.
Apprentices are being increasingly recognised as being a valuable asset to any company and, since the roles involve combining on-the-job training with off-the-job learning, they are a great way for employers to grow their skills base effectively. Learning takes place in context, providing a real understanding of the chosen industry and combining both practical skills and knowledge together in a way that university education simply cannot compete with.