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LEVELS AND QUALIFICATIONS Below is a guide to the qualifications and levels available to you at Petroc. LEVEL 6 : Honours Degree, Degree Apprenticeship


LEVEL 5 : Foundation Degree (Year 2), Higher Apprenticeship, Degree Apprenticeship, Professional Qualifications


LEVEL 4 : Foundation Degree (Year 1), Higher Apprenticeship, Degree Apprenticeship, HNC, Professional Qualifications, Certificate in Higher Education


LEVEL 3 : A-levels, BTEC Subsidiary and Extended Diplomas, T-levels, Apprenticeships, NVQ Level 3, Access to Higher Education Diplomas, Professional Qualifications


For a detailed explanation of qualifications and levels visit petroc.ac.uk/levels-explained Please note: Some courses have specific entry requirements; these will be discussed at interview, where relevant.


“Coming to Petroc allowed me to stay within the local area of North Devon whilst studying at a place where I had previously studied, and had been encouraged by supportive staff to carry on my educational journey.


I chose the FDA Music Technology & Production course due to the highly enjoyable time I had spent on the BTEC Music Technology course at Petroc. I really enjoyed the ‘hands-on’ practical feel that Petroc offered throughout the degree; I expected a world of exams but was surprised with the support I received throughout.


After completing my course at Petroc, I then moved on to a 3rd year to gain a BA (Hons) in Music Technology at Bristol University, and now have completed a full circle and have come back to Petroc to study my Certificate in Education.”


HARRY DERGES | FDA MUSIC TECHNOLOGY & PRODUCTION 4


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