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Year 11 Summer Transition Activities
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This vocational course, equivalent to three A Levels, is designed for students considering a career in engineering, ranging from product design through to high technology production methods and technical sales. Being a vocational course it is aimed at students who prefer learning through doing. This course will provide you with a firm, broad foundation in engineering enabling students to choose from a wide range of careers to move onto upon successful completion of the course.
Second year students will have to carry out a compulsory 315 hour industrial placement.
Exams (33%) Coursework (67%)
Standard entry requirements, plus grade 4 in GCSE Mathematics and grade 4 in another technical subject like science or Resistant Materials.
£75 for textbooks, safety boots, overalls and safety glasses.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
Many students go onto higher level apprenticeships sometimes with the companies they completed their work placement at. These days more students are applying for Degree Apprenticeships where their employer pays for them to complete a university degree. Engineering Students from Henley College have successfully applied to, and joined the companies and organisations shown above.
Students completing their BTEC at Henley typically go on to study a wide range of engineering disciplines including Mechanical, Electrical, Automotive, aeronautical and even civil Engineering. Popular universities are Portsmouth, Oxford Brookes, Hatfield, Coventry, Cardiff, Southampton, Birmingham, Nottingham
Alexandra joined us from Pangbourne College and achieved D*D*D* in Engineering. She won the 'Young Female Engineer of the Future 2019' at the Oxfordshire High Sheriff Engineering Awards. Alexandra is now going on to a degree apprenticeship at Rolls Royce, which she was one of just 34 successful candidates from 32,000 applicants.
"Alexandra joined us with a obvious passion for Engineering. She enrolled onto the course and, in addition, enrolled on a Maths A Level. This meant she had effectively enrolled for the equivalent of 4 A Levels.