Attendance: Part-time

Duration: 34 weeks

Starting date: September 2020

Location: Teesdale

What will you do?

You will develop a wide range of skills which will include – Designing an investigation; collecting and presenting data; understanding limitations of scientific evidence.

How will I learn?

Class sessions are run on a Tuesday evening for 3 hours and will involve lectures and demonstrations.  There will also be interactive learning using the VLE.

How am I assessed?

You will be assessed via two exams in May and June 2018

Exam Board: AQA Syllabus: 8401

What’s next?

Learners can apply for A level biology or to University (teacher training etc.)

You need:

For candidates who are school leavers, a grade D in this subject is required.

For those who are speakers of languages (other than English) a Higher-Intermediate ESOL qualification is required.

For those without formal qualifications, a written assessment will be available.

What else do I need to know?
Apply online at www.stockton.ac.uk/apply-online.

Applicants will then attend an information session.  Suitable candidates will be offered a place onto the programme and sent further information regarding enrolment.

How much does the course cost?


When does the course run?

Tuesdays 6pm – 9pm