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What will you be working towards?
||National Award (BTEC)
This course is a broad basis of study for the applied psychology sector. Everyone taking this qualification will study three mandatory units, covering the following content areas: Applications of Psychological Approaches Conducting Psychological Research Health Psychology
This course is a broad basis of study for the applied psychology sector. Everyone taking this qualification will study three mandatory units, covering the following content areas: Applications of Psychological Approaches Conducting Psychological Research Health Psychology The mandatory content allows you to concentrate on the development of your knowledge and understanding of psychology, as well as the application of skills that are important in psychology, over an extended period. There is a further optional unit to undertake in the field of Psychopathology. This area of psychology covers the study of mental health. This unit has been designed to support progression to more specialist applied psychology courses in Higher Education and to link with relevant occupational areas such as working in mental health services.
How will it be delivered?
Two externally assessed units and two internal units of assessment. This will be spaced out across the course to enable students to achieve to their full potential.
At least 5 GCSE grades 9-4 including English and Maths.
Your next steps...
Higher Education and Career Opportunities: The qualification carries UCAS points and is recognised by Higher Education providers. When combined with other qualifications within a two year study programme, such as AS/A Levels or a BTEC National Foundation Diploma or Diploma in a complementary sector, you can progress to higher education to qualifications such as: BSc (Hons) in Occupational Health BSc in Education and Child Psychology BA in Education BSc in Nursing