Vocational Study

Level 1 Course

Vocational Study

Level 1 Course

Level 1 Courses

(Vocational Study)

A level 1 qualification is similar to having a GCSE at grades D–G or 1-3. , and are often achieved in Years 10 and 11 of secondary school by 14 to 16 year olds (adults can take them as well).

Level 1 courses give learners the skills and knowledge to do a particular job, work in a particular industry, or acquire more general skills to do a variety of jobs for better career prospects or pursue further study at Level 2.

Examples of Level 1 qualifications include general academic and vocationally related courses such as GCSE (grades 1-3); Level 1 functional or essential skills; Level 1 awards and diplomas; Level 1 certificates; Level 1 National Vocational Qualification (NVQ); Music grades 1, 2 and 3; and Level 1 ESOL.

  • The minimum entry requirements for Level 1 course include an Entry Level qualification.
  • Level 1 qualifications provide good academic progression to study Level 2 qualifications.
  • After Level 1 qualification, students can either work in specific job industry or pursue Level 2 qualification for better career prospects.

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