NPTC Group Higher Education Courses https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/ Keep up to date with NPTC Group Higher Education Courses Tue, 25 Jul 2017 11:48:24 +0100 NPTC Group Higher Education Courses https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/nptc-logo/nptc-logo.gif https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/part-time/ BA (Hons) Business Management and IT https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91151&source=rss BA (Hons) Business Management and IT

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme is for students that want to learn how to use up-to-date information technology and contemporary management practices associated with managing people and projects.

Modules in year one include: Business: Past, Present and Future, Business Communication Skills for Marketing, Economics, Professional Development in Computing: Information Engineering, Web Technologies and Computer Systems.

In year two: Business Law, Engaging and Leading people, Advertising and Branding, Responsible Computing, Group Project Design, Human Computer relationship.

In year three: Strategic Thinking, Strategic Marketing, IT Project Management, 21st Century Computing and Dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 3 A Levels at C grade or MMM profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Brecon Beacons

Course Length

3 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Glynd?r University.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures. In year 3 a major project is required. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: N122

3 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Rob Flower01686 614453 robin.flower@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality BA (Hons) Business Studies - Top up Degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91152&source=rss BA (Hons) Business Studies - Top up Degree

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme builds upon the business awareness acquired at levels 4 and 5 to further develop skills, attitudes and behaviours required in a modern business environment.

Modules include Business Strategy, International Business, Business Communications, Ethics and Sustainability: Theory and Practice, Accounting Theory and Practice and Business Research Project.

This programme can be studied full-time or part-time.

Entry Requirements

Entry onto top up courses is through the successful completion of the HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in Business Studies.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will usually include lectures, seminars and workshop sessions. You will usually have to complete presentations, written assignments and classroom tests as you progress through the programme. One module requires an exam.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: N100

1 year FT, 2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Sarah Saunders01639 648331 Sarah.Saunders@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Chris Jones01639 648331Chris.Jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality BA (Hons) English & History https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91153&source=rss BA (Hons) English & History

Social Studies & Languages

This programme allows students to divide their time equally between English and History subjects. Typical modules include: Crime and Popular Culture in 19th Century Britain, America: Colonies to Cowboys, Victorian Writing, Post-war British Writing, Critical Theory, Romantic and Gothic Writing and Life and death in the Tudor World. The dissertation module in the third year will allow students to choose their own topic for in-depth research in either English or History.

The flexibility of the programme allows prospective students to continue with their employment whilst also ensuring that any family commitments can be met with little disruption.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 3 A Levels at C grade or MMM profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Brecon Beacons

Course Length

3 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Glynd?r University.

Assessment

The programme will usually include lectures, seminars and tutorial sessions.You will usually have to complete presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme. One module requires an in-class test and there are some modules that require exams.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is ‘a method of assessment that considers whether an individual can demonstrate that they can meet the assessment requirements for a unit through knowledge, understanding or skills that they already possess and do not need to develop through a course of learning’. If individuals can produce relevant evidence, that fully meets learning outcome requirements then RPL can be given for their existing knowledge, understanding or skills.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: QV31

3 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Michael Lloyd01686 614470 Michael.lloyd@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Social Studies & LanguagesSocial Studies & Languages BA (Hons) Hotel and Catering Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91188&source=rss BA (Hons) Hotel and Catering Management

Catering & Hospitality

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of hospitality, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing hospitality and catering organisations more effectively.

Modules include Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Accounting Fundamentals, Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Applied Personal and Professional Development, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Rooms Division Management and Introduction to Hospitality Tourism and Events. In year 3 you will study Principles of Gastronomy, Organisational Consultancy, Developing Niche Markets, On Licensed Premises Management, Strategic Food and Beverage Management and Contemporary Themes in Tourism, Hospitality and Events.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at C grade, 2 A levels at E grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

3 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written examinations as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: N801

3 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Naomi Hillen01639 648344 naomi.hillen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Catering & HospitalityCatering & Bakery BA (Hons) Hotel and Catering Management - Top up degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91154&source=rss BA (Hons) Hotel and Catering Management - Top up degree

Catering & Hospitality

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of hospitality, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing hospitality organisations more effectively.

Modules include Principles of Gastronomy, Organisational Consultancy, Developing Niche Markets, On Licensed Premises Management, Strategic Food and Beverage Management and Contemporary Themes in Tourism, Hospitality and Events.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of the HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in Hotel and Catering Management.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will usually include lectures and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: N801

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Naomi Hillen01639 648344 naomi.hillen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Catering & HospitalityCatering & Bakery BA (Hons) International Tourism and Events Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91189&source=rss BA (Hons) International Tourism and Events Management

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing tourism and events organisations more effectively.

Modules in year one include: Applied Personal and Professional Development, Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism and Sport. Modules in year two include: Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Sustainable Tourism, Culture, Heritage and Arts Management, International Travel Operations, Urban Tourism and Personnel Resourcing and Development.

Year 3 modules include Organisational Consultancy, Developing Niche Markets, Contemporary Themes in Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Impacts and development of Festivals and Events, Global Tourism and Destination Management and Thana Tourism.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at C grade or 2 A Levels at E grade or above,or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

3 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and coursework as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

International visit usually £300-600 and event resources usually around £20.

UCAS CODE: L4T2

3 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Janet Beale01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality BA (Hons) International Tourism and Events Management - Top up Degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91155&source=rss BA (Hons) International Tourism and Events Management - Top up Degree

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing tourism and event organisations more effectively.

Modules include Organisational Consultancy, Developing Niche Markets, Contemporary Themes in Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Impacts and development of Festivals and Events, Global Tourism and Destination Management and Thana Tourism.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of the HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in International Tourism and Event Management.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will usually include lectures and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and coursework as you progress, and one module requires an exam at the end of the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

International visit usually £300-600 and event resources usually around £20.

UCAS CODE: L4T2

1 year FT, HE 2 years PT

Contact Details

Janet Beale01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality BSc (Hons) Care Studies - Top up Degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91156&source=rss BSc (Hons) Care Studies - Top up Degree

Care Studies

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills relevant to Health and Social Care. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing health and social care organisations more effectively.

Modules include Research Approaches in Social and Child Care, Inter-professional Working, Welsh Context of Social Care, Public Health and Dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of the HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in Care Studies.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

This programme requires an enhanced DBS check, charged at an additional cost to the student.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will usually include lectures and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete written assignments as you progress through the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

UCAS CODE: L512

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Clair Rees01639 648216 clair.rees@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Care StudiesSocial Studies & Languages BSc (Hons) Childhood Studies Top up Degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91157&source=rss BSc (Hons) Childhood Studies Top up Degree

Childhood Studies

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills relevant to working with children. This includes nurses, health visitors, early years educators, nursery workers in the public and independent sectors, social workers and people working in the youth justice and law enforcement sectors.

Modules include: the Growing Child, the Learning Child, the Child in Contemporary Society and a Dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Entry onto top up courses is through the successful completion of the HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in Childhood Studies with a pass profile.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

This programme requires an enhanced DBS check, charged at an additional cost to the student.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, fieldwork, workshop and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete written assignments and practical assessments as you progress through the academic year. A dissertation is required.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

UCAS CODE: L522

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Rebecca James01639 648361 rebecca.james@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Childhood StudiesHealth, Social & Childcare BSc (Hons) Computer & Information Systems - Top up Degree https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91158&source=rss BSc (Hons) Computer & Information Systems - Top up Degree

Computing & IT

This programme will suit students interested in computing, information systems, and e-commerce. The programme builds upon the HND in Computing or a relevant Level 5 qualification. Computers are fundamental to many industries and you will develop skills in many fields.

Modules include: Business Intelligence and Data Mining.

Usability Engineering, Geographical Information Systems, Information Systems Strategy and Research, Development Methods and Major Project.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of the HND Computing and Systems Development or a similar HND or Foundation Degree (FD) in a computer related discipline.

If you hold a HND or FD in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, practical workshop and tutorial sessions. You will have to complete written assignments as you progress through the programme. Two modules have an exam and a research project is required.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: G500

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

John Williams01639 648073 john.williams@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Computing & ITComputing & IT BSc (Hons) Construction Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91183&source=rss BSc (Hons) Construction Management

Construction & Built Environment

This programme prepares learners for the management of construction projects of all sizes. It readies you to take on responsibilities of client management to satisfy employers that projects are completed to schedule and to the specified standard and budget.

Modules include: Construction technology, development management, planning and building control, construction and site management, construction materials, renewable energy, inter-professional studies, project management, health and safety management and a dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Entry is directly into Level 5 for applicants with a HNC in Construction and Built Environment or equivalent qualifications with an acceptable unit combination.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Glynd?r University.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and practical workshop sessions. You will usually have to complete coursework and phase tests as you progress and normally sit exams at the end of the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator and scale rule are required.

UCAS CODE: 3K46

2 years FT, 3 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Deborah Hughes01639 648443 deborah.hughes@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Construction & Built EnvironmentConstruction Certificate in Higher Education in Substance Misuse https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91159&source=rss Certificate in Higher Education in Substance Misuse

Health, Social & Child Care

This programme will suit individuals who are currently working in the field of Substance Misuse and those who wish to gain experience. This course has been developed to empower individuals to tackle problems caused by substance misuse.

Modules include: Substance Misuse (Addictions), Using Research in Health and Social Care Practice, Reflective Practice in Substance Misuse, Inter-agency Working in Substance Misuse and Legislation and Policy in Substance Misuse.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at C grade or MM profile from a BTEC Level 3 Diploma and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

This programme requires an enhanced DBS check, charged at an additional cost to the student.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

UCAS CODE: L591

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Concetta Zicchieri01639 648221 concetta.zicchieri@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Health, Social & Child CareHealth, Social & Childcare Certificate in Higher Education in Working with Vulnerable Adults https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91160&source=rss Certificate in Higher Education in Working with Vulnerable Adults

Health, Social & Child Care

This programme will suit individuals currently or aspiring to work with vulnerable adults.

Modules include: Working with Vulnerable Groups, Legislation and Policy in Working with Vulnerable Adults, Advocacy and Representation, Working with Vulnerable Adults - Practice Module, Social Care and Health Organisations and Using Research in Health and Social Care Practice.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at C grade or MM profile from a BTEC Level 3 Diploma and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

This programme requires an enhanced DBS check, charged at an additional cost to the student.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, project work, workshop and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations, case studies and written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

UCAS CODE: L590

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Susan Davies01639648216 sue.davies@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Health, Social & Child CareHealth, Social & Childcare Diploma in Higher Education in Public Health https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91161&source=rss Diploma in Higher Education in Public Health

Health, Social & Child Care

This programme will suit students wishing to develop their knowledge of current public health initiatives. This would supplement current job roles in health, social or childcare and potentially provide avenues for further career progression or study. The course reflects the changing approaches to health moving from an "illness" approach to a "wellness" approach.

Modules include: Social Epidemiology, Introduction to Public Health, Health Protection, Understanding Public Health Policy, Partnership Working and Integrating Research with Health and Social Care.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of a HNC or Certificate in Higher Education or Level 4 equivalent qualification in a related subject.

If you hold a HNC or Certificate in HE in another subject area, entry onto the course is determined by the modules you have achieved.

This programme requires an enhanced DBS check, charged at an additional cost to the student.

Whilst the above entry criteria detail a typical offer, the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that in some cases it is appropriate to make those who do not meet the criteria an offer based on their personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, practical sessions, seminars and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete written assignments and presentations as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

UCAS CODE: C7TW

1 year FT, HE

Contact Details

Susan Davies01639648216 sue.davies@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Health, Social & Child CareHealth, Social & Childcare Foundation Degree in Care Studies https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91162&source=rss Foundation Degree in Care Studies

Care Studies

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills relevant to Health and Social Care. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing health and social care organisations more effectively.

Modules in the first year include: Study Skills, Communications, Equality and Dignity in Care, Vulnerable Groups within Society, Psychological and Social Studies and Workplace Practice. Modules in the second year include: Partnership Working, Integrating Research within Society, Managing Change, Current Issues, Third Sector and Workplace Practice.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, tutorials and a substantial work placement. You will usually have to complete portfolios, oral and poster presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

UCAS CODE: L510

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Clair Rees01639 648216 clair.rees@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Care StudiesSocial Studies & Languages Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91163&source=rss Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies

Childhood Studies

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills relevant to working with children. This includes nurses, health visitors, early years educators, nursery workers in the public and independent sectors, social workers and people working in the youth justice and law enforcement sectors.

Modules: Research, Communication and Partnership, Theories of Development, Play and Leisure, Curriculum Matters, Safeguarding Children and Young People, Children and Young People's Health and Wellbeing, Advanced Practice in Children and Young People's Service, Champion Equality Diversity and Inclusion, and Leading Work in Children and Young People's Services.

In order to fulfil the course requirements learners are expected to gain voluntary or paid employment in a setting with children or young people working a minimum of 600 hours over 2 years.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at D grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan / Brecon Beacons / Newtown

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, project work and tutorial sessions. You will have to complete presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme. One module requires a practical assessment.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

UCAS CODE: L520

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Rebecca James01639 648361 rebecca.james@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Tania Davies01686 614409Tania.davies@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Claire Bumford 01686 614278claire.bumford@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Childhood StudiesHealth, Social & Childcare Foundation Degree In Electrical and Electronic Engineering https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91164&source=rss Foundation Degree In Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Engineering & Motor Vehicle

This programme will suit students with an interest in electrical and electronic engineering. The Foundation Degree is a distinctive Higher Education qualification which combines academic and work based learning. It has been devised to enhance and fill the skill gaps for higher professional technicians or employees looking to up-skill.

Modules include: Engineering Science, Basic Engineering Analysis, Introduction to Electrical Design, Circuit Analysis, Signals and Systems, Electronic Circuits and Industrial Projects.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Swansea University.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, practical workshop and tutorialsessions. Dependent on the modules, assessment can vary between assignments, labs, class tests and end examinations.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator is required.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Dr. Alan J. Miles01639 648432 alan.miles@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Engineering & Motor VehicleEngineering Foundation Degree in Hotel and Catering Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91177&source=rss Foundation Degree in Hotel and Catering Management

Catering & Hospitality

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of hospitality, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing hospitality and catering organisations more effectively.

Modules include Guest Services, Tourism and Events, Marketing Accounting Fundamentals ,Restaurant Operations, Physical Resource Management, Applied Professional Development ,World Cuisine, Introduction to Hospitality Tourism and Events, Principles of Gastronomy, On Licensed Premises Management, Strategic Management and Contemporary Themes in Hospitality.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Levels at C grade or 2 A Levels at E grade or above or MP /PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. There is a work placement required for the Applied Industrial Placement module in year 2. You will mainly complete written assignments as you progress through the programme. One module requires an exam at the end of each academic year. In the second year, the Applied Industrial Placement involves an oral assessment.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Naomi Hillen01639 648344 naomi.hillen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Catering & HospitalityCatering & Bakery Foundation Degree in International Tourism and Events Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91165&source=rss Foundation Degree in International Tourism and Events Management

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing tourism and events organisations more effectively.

Modules include: Applied Personal and Professional Development, Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism and Sport.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at C grade or 2 A levels at E grade or above or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. There is a work placement required for the Applied Industrial Placement module in year 2. You will mainly complete written assignments as you progress through the programme. There are some modules that require an exam. In the second year, the Applied Industrial Placement involves an oral assessment.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

International visit usually £300-600 and event resources usually around £20.

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Janet Beale01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality Foundation Degree in Mechanical Engineering https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91166&source=rss Foundation Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Engineering & Motor Vehicle

This programme will suit students with an interest in mechanical engineering. The Foundation Degree is a distinctive Higher Education qualification which combines academic and work based learning. It has been devised to enhance and fill the skill gaps for higher professional technicians or employees looking to up-skill.

Modules include: Engineering Science, Basic Engineering Analysis, Introductions to Material Engineering, Applications of Hydraulics and Pneumatics and Industrial Projects.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Swansea University.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, practical workshop and tutorial sessions. Dependent on the modules, assessment can vary between assignments, labs, class tests and end examinations.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator is required.

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Dr. Alan J. Miles01639 648432 alan.miles@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Engineering & Motor VehicleEngineering Foundation Degree in Rural Business (Sustainable Food) Levels 4 and 5 https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91182&source=rss Foundation Degree in Rural Business (Sustainable Food) Levels 4 and 5

Business, Tourism & Management

The course is designed for those with existing Level 3 qualifications who wish to progress further with the management of their own agricultural businesses or who wish to progress into higher level management positions within the industry.

The course will require attendance at college for 1 day per week over 2 years with the remainder of the time spent at a suitable workplace which may be the learner's own business. The workplace may also be used to provide evidence for case study work and the Applied Project. It is expected that the learner will undertake a significant amount of self-study in addition to the college attendance.

Modules in year 1 include Soils and the Rooting Environment, Health, Safety and Welfare for Rural Business, Rural Business Practice, Habitat Management, Introduction to Food Technology and either Crop Management and Planning or Animal Diets. In year 2, Rural Diversification, Supply Chain Management and Marketing, Applied Project, Crop Protection and either Sociology of Food or Advanced Animal Management.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: A good GCSE profile to include Maths and English/Welsh at Grade C or above. An existing Level 3 qualification in one of the land-based areas.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Newtown

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Glynd?r University.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. Learners will be assessed throughout the course by a series of written case studies, assignments and presentations.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Martin Watkin01686 614572 martin.watkin@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality Foundation Degree in Service Sector Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91184&source=rss Foundation Degree in Service Sector Management

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme is designed to offer a HE progression route for students who have completed Level 3 vocational qualifications in areas such as Hair & Beauty, Catering & Hospitality, Construction & Built Environment etc. The programme would also be suitable for small business owners or self employed who operate in the service sector.

Modules include: Work and organisational behaviour, strategic business analysis, the management of financial information, sector research skills and project, work-based learning (in relevant service sector industry), managing an enterprise, managing customers and quality and the business context.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at D grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, active/simulation based software and work based learning You will usually have to complete written assignments, individual and group presentations, case studies and work based learning portfolios. Some modules require classroom tests and exams.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

UCAS CODE: 114H

2 years FT, HE, 3 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Sarah Saunders01639 648331 Sarah.Saunders@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Chris Jones01639 648331Chris.Jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality Foundation Degree Sports Coaching and Development https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91168&source=rss Foundation Degree Sports Coaching and Development

Sport & Public Services

This programme will suit students who wish to pursue a career in the sports coaching industry. This could include working within the sports development industry, the health and fitness industry, strength and conditioning or performance analysis.

Modules include: Fundamentals of Coaching Children, Introduction to Sports Coaching, Introduction to Sports Science for Coaching, Research Methods, Sports Coaching and Leadership and Work Based Learning.

You will be required to undertake a work placement as part of this programme.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at D grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Llandarcy / Brecon Beacons

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, practical workshop and tutorial sessions. You will have to complete presentations, practical assessments and written assignments as you progress through the programme. There are some modules that require an exam.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose. Sports kit - optional purchase.

UCAS CODE: CX61

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Amanda Cooper01639 648728 amanda.cooper@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Barry Roberts01639 648720barry.roberts@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Chay Billen 01686 614457chay.billen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Sport & Public ServicesSport & Public Services HNC Civil Engineering https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91185&source=rss HNC Civil Engineering

Construction & Built Environment

This programme will help you prepare for a range of higher technician roles within the Civil Engineering sector.

Modules include: Design Principles and Application, Science and Materials, Applied Mathematics, Site Surveying Procedures, Engineering Geology and Soil Mechanics, Civil Engineering Technology, Structural Analysis and Design, and Group Project.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications). We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Afan

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and practical workshop sessions. You will usually have to complete coursework, presentations and phase tests as you progress through the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator and scale rule are required.

1 year FT, 2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Deborah Hughes01639 648443 deborah.hughes@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Construction & Built EnvironmentConstruction HNC Computing & Systems Development https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91169&source=rss HNC Computing & Systems Development

Computing & IT

This programme will suit students who are working or who wish to work in the computing industry. Computers are fundamental to many industries and you will develop skills in many fields.

Modules include: Business Skills for e-Commerce, Computer Systems, Employability and Professional Development, Website Design, Systems Analysis and Design and Database Design Concepts.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Learners should be at least 18 years of age and possess the folowing - 2 A levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from BTEC Level 3 qualification and 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).. Mature learners who do not have formal qualifications at level 3, but can demonstrate relevant work experience in, and/or achievement of, a range of progessional qualifications in computing or ICT, are also welcome to apply.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and workshop sessions. You will have to complete presentations and written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

John Morris01639 648439 john.morris@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Computing & ITComputing & IT HNC Construction and Built Environment https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91170&source=rss HNC Construction and Built Environment

Construction & Built Environment

This programme will suit students who work in the Construction Industry and wish to develop the required academic knowledge and practical skills.

Modules include: Design Principles and Application, Science and Materials, Management Principles and Applications, Health, Safety and Welfare and Group project.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and practical workshop sessions. You will usually have to complete coursework, presentations and phase tests as you progress through the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator and scale rule are required.

1 year FT, 2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Deborah Hughes01639 648443 deborah.hughes@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Construction & Built EnvironmentConstruction HNC in Hotel and Catering Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91178&source=rss HNC in Hotel and Catering Management

Catering & Hospitality

This programme will suit students wishing to study part time to develop a broad range of hospitality, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing hospitality and catering organisations more effectively.

Modules include Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Accounting Fundamentals, Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Applied Personal and Professional Development, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Rooms Division Management and Introduction to Hospitality Tourism and Events.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer:1 A level at C grade or above, or 2 A Levels at E grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. You will mainly complete written assignments as you progress through the programme. One module requires an exam.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Naomi Hillen01639 648344 naomi.hillen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Catering & HospitalityCatering & Bakery HNC International Tourism and Events Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91171&source=rss HNC International Tourism and Events Management

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing tourism and events organisations more effectively.

Modules include: Applied Personal and Professional Development, Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Operations Management for Leisure, Events, International Travel Operations, and Personnel Resourcing and Development.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at C grade or 2 A levels at E grade or above or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications)

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Janet Beale01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality HND Business Studies https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91173&source=rss HND Business Studies

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students who wish to develop the knowledge and understanding of the modern business environment.

Modules include: Academic and Professional Development, Entrepreneurship and Business Start-up, Work and Organisational Behaviour, Economics, Law and Regulation, Foundations in Marketing and The Management of Financial Information.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at D grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and three GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, practical and supervised workshop sessions and tutorial. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: 091N

2 years FT, 3 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Sarah Saunders01639 648331 Sarah.Saunders@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Chris Jones01639 648331Chris.Jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality HND Civil Engineering Top Up https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91172&source=rss HND Civil Engineering Top Up

Construction & Built Environment

This programme will suit students who have some experience in the construction industry and wish to further develop their Civil Engineering skills which will enable them to progress into positions at a more senior level.

Modules may include: Design Principles and Application, Science and Materials, Management Principles, Advanced measurement for Construction, Building Control Procedures and Legislation and Applications, Health, Safety and Welfare, Hydraulic Principles and Applications and Group project.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and practical workshop sessions. You will usually have to complete coursework and phase tests as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of the academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

A scientific calculator and scale rule are required.

1 year FT, HE; 2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Deborah Hughes01639 648443 deborah.hughes@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Construction & Built EnvironmentConstruction HND Computing & Systems Development https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91174&source=rss HND Computing & Systems Development

Computing & IT

This programme will suit students who wish to develop a career in the exciting and ever-changing IT sector.

Year 1 Modules include: Business Skills for e-Commerce, Computer Systems, Database Concepts, Employability and Professional Development, Website Design, Systems Analysis and Design, Event Driven Programming Solutions. Year 2 Modules include Project design implementation and evaluation, Data Analysis and Design, Digital Image Creation and Development, Informations Systems in Organisations, Web applications Development, Networking Infrastructures.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures and workshop sessions. You will have to complete written assignments as you progress through the programme.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: 004G

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Jeanette Adams01639 648073 Jeanette.Adams@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Computing & ITComputing & IT HND Hotel and Catering Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91175&source=rss HND Hotel and Catering Management

Catering & Hospitality

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of hospitality, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing hospitality and catering organisations more effectively.

Modules include Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Accounting Fundamentals, Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Applied Personal and Professional Development, Personal resourcing and Development, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Rooms Division Management, Introduction to Hospitality Tourism and Events, Food and Beverage Operations in Practice, World Cuisine, Physical Resource Management & Sustainbility.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A level at C grade or 2 A Levels at E grade or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. The programme employs a variety of assessment techniques including, reports, presentations, assignments, debates, practical work and examinations.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: 062N

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Naomi Hillen01639 648344 naomi.hillen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Catering & HospitalityCatering & Bakery HND in Music https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91167&source=rss HND in Music

Creative, Visual & Performing Arts

This programme will suit students who wish to develop a broad knowledge, skills and work-related experience in the fundamental elements of music performance and the modern day music industry.

Modules include: Ensemble and Instrumental Practice, Computer Based Music, Listening in Context, Live and Studio Recording and Community Music.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at C grade or 3 A Levels at DDD or MM /MMP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

Pearsons

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, practicals, studio workshop and tutorial sessions. You will have to complete presentations, written assignments and practical assessments, including live performances, and recordings and scores of arrangements and compositions.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

This programme requires work placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the work placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

UCAS CODE: W301

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Alun Roberts01639 648323 alun.roberts@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Creative, Visual & Performing ArtsCreative, Visual & Performaning Arts HND in Sport (Coaching and Sports Development) https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91191&source=rss HND in Sport (Coaching and Sports Development)

Sport & Public Services

UCAS CODE: CX62

 

This exciting new programme will suit students who wish to develop the knowledge and understanding of sports coaching and development.

Modules include: Anatomy & Physiology for Sport and Exercise, Principles of Sports Coaching, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Research Project, Nutrition for Sport and Exercise, Analysis of Sports Performance, Training and Fitness for Sport and Exercise, The Evolution of Sports Development, Work-based Experience and Sport & Exercise Rehabilitation.

Learning and Teaching Methods

Students will learn through a series of lectures, practical sessions, seminars and tutorials. They will also be required to undertake substantial independent study supported by the colleges Virtual Learning Environment Moodle.

 

 

Entry Requirements

  • 80 UCAS tariff points from A Levels or Level 3 equivalent qualifications.
  • GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).
  • BTEC Higher National qualifications are accredited on the QCF for learners aged 18 years and over.

The College welcomes applications from motivated applicants from all backgrounds. We recognise that student potential is not always demonstrated within formal academic qualifications and welcome applications from individuals from backgrounds that are under-represented within higher education.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Brecon Beacons

Course Length

2 Years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson

Assessment

The assessment of BTEC Higher National qualifications is criterion-referenced and centres are required to assess learners’ evidence against published learning outcomes and assessment criteria. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations, practical activities and written reports as you progress through this course. All units will be individually graded as ‘pass’, ‘merit’ or ‘distinction’.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

Contact Details

Chay Billen 08454086457 chay.billen@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Sport Sport & Public Services HND International Tourism and Events Management https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91176&source=rss HND International Tourism and Events Management

Business, Tourism & Management

This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insight to develop an understanding of managing tourism and events organisations more effectively.

Modules in year one include: Applied Personal and Professional Development, Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism and Sport, Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Sustainable Tourism, Culture, Heritage and Arts Management, International Travel Operations.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at C grade or 2 A levels at E grade or above, or MP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, fieldwork, practical and tutorial sessions. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

International visit usually £300-600 and event resources usually around £20.

UCAS CODE: 098N

2 years FT, HE

Contact Details

Janet Beale01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Business, Tourism & ManagementBusiness, Travel & Hospitality HND Public Services https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91186&source=rss HND Public Services

Sport & Public Services

This programme will suit students who wish to develop the knowledge and understanding of public services both uniformed and non-uniformed.

Modules include: Small-scale research projects in Public Services (PS) ,organisations and behaviour in the PS,Government, decision making and the PS, Health and Safety Management in the PS personal outdoor skills, custodial care services in the PS, Fair treatment in the PS, emergency planning technology and the PS, Aspects of criminal law, crime reduction and Community Safety, Justice & Punishment and Personal and Professional Development.

in the second year students will also be able to complete the Certificate in Knowledge of Policing (CKP) and will have the option to complete the Security Industry Authority Security Licence (at an additional cost) which allows holders to legally work in the security and events industry.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 2 A Levels at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Llandarcy

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by Pearson.

Assessment

This programme will include lectures, practical sessions, seminars and tutorials. There is a requirement to undertake additional independent study. You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments/essays as you progress through this course.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries



UCAS CODE: 29H1

2 year FT , HE

Contact Details

Howard Wyn Jones01639 648722 howard.jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Sport & Public ServicesSport & Public Services Introduction to Teaching https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91187&source=rss Introduction to Teaching

Teacher Training

You will be introduced to the teaching practices that are required for successful performance in the Post-Compulsory Education Sector. It lays the foundations for subsequent work by providing an introduction to the factors that bring about successful learning. You will study two modules: Preparing to Teach and Learning & Applying Pedagogy.

Entry Requirements

A Level 3 qualification relevant to the subject specialism and GCSEs at Grade C or above including English and Maths.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Afan / Brecon Beacons / Newtown

Course Length

15 weeks

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, tutorial and practical workshops. Students will engage in peer teaching early on to gain experience and feedback. You will have to complete written assignments, practical assessments, reflective journals and a poster presentation as you progress through the programme. Your teaching will be assessed as part of the programme

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment. This programme requires a teaching placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the teaching placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

15 weeks PT, HE

Contact Details

Phil Jones01639 648451 phill.jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Tony Burgoyne01686 614213Tony.burgoyne@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Teacher TrainingSocial Studies & Languages Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Welding Technology (subject to validation) https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91179&source=rss Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Welding Technology (subject to validation)

Engineering & Motor Vehicle

This programme would suit students who wish to improve their practical skills and academic knowledge in the field of welding technology.

Modules include: Manual Welding Processes, Fabrication & Welding Science, Strength of Fabricated Joints, Computer Aided Design for Fabrication and Welding and Industrial Project.

Entry Requirements

Entry criteria detail a typical offer but the College considers all applications on an individual basis which means that we could make offers based on qualifications, personal profile and experience. If you have any queries regarding your offer please contact our Admissions Team.

Typical offer: 1 A Level at E grade or PP/PPP profile from a BTEC Level 3 qualification and five GCSEs at Grade C or above, to include English and Maths (or equivalent qualifications).

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

TBC

Course Length

1 year

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by University of Wales, Trinity St David

Assessment

This programme will include lectures, practical workshop and tutorial sessions. You will mainly complete written assignments and practical assessments as you progress through the programme. An Industrial Placement is required.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

1 year PT, HE

Contact Details

Robert Evans01639 648431 Robert.evans@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Engineering & Motor VehicleEngineering Professional Certificate in Education https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91181&source=rss Professional Certificate in Education

Teacher Training

The Professional Certificate in Education is for you if you have a subject qualification looking to gain a nationally recognised teaching qualification to work in further education and the broader post-compulsory sector.

On the course you will develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of successful practice in Post-compulsory Education and your confidence as a professional practitioner.

Entry Requirements

A Level 3 qualification relevant to the subject specialism and GCSEs at Grade C or above including English and Maths.

You must be teaching groups of post 16 learners in an approved environment throughout the programme, e.g. FE, adult education, voluntary sector or publicly funded training provider.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Afan / Brecon Beacons / Newtown

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, tutorial and practical workshops. You are required to have a substantial teaching practice placement in both years of study. You will have to complete written assignments, practical assessments, reflective journals and a poster presentation as you progress through the programme. Your teaching will be observed during both academic years.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme.

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

This programme requires a teaching placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the teaching placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Phil Jones01639 648451 phill.jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Tony Burgoyne01686 614213Tony.burgoyne@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Teacher TrainingSocial Studies & Languages Professional Graduate Certificate in Education https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/en/courses/higher-education/courses.php?courseID=91180&source=rss Professional Graduate Certificate in Education

Teacher Training

The Professional Graduate Certificate in Education is for you if you are a graduate from a relevant subject looking to gain a nationally recognised teaching qualification to work in further education and the broader post-compulsory sector.

On the course you will develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of successful practice in Post-compulsory Education and your confidence as a professional practitioner.

Entry Requirements

A degree qualification relevant to the subject specialism and GCSEs at Grade C or above including English and Maths.

You must be teaching groups of post 16 learners in an approved environment throughout the programme, e.g. FE, adult education, voluntary sector or publicly funded training provider.

You may be able to demonstrate or have certificated prior learning that can be legitimately used to establish a later entry point into the course or provide exemption from modules. If you believe this is the case please contact the Course leader as soon as possible to discuss a recognition of prior learning application.

Career Prospects

Study Mode

Part-time

Campus

Afan / Brecon Beacons / Newtown

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

This programme is awarded by the University of South Wales.

Assessment

The programme will include lectures, seminars, tutorial and practical workshops. You are required to have a substantial teaching practice placement in both years of study. You will have to complete written assignments, practical assessments, reflective journals and a poster presentation as you progress through the programme. Your teaching will be observed during both academic years.

Additional Notes

Tuition Fees: Please visit the fees page on the website to view the Higher Education Fees and Financial Support information for this programme. https://www.nptcgroup.ac.uk/images/uploads/2016/Higher-Education-Fees-and-Financial-Support-1617.pdf

You are required to provide sufficient stationery for to support your teaching and learning. Printing charges are 0.02p per black and white A4 and 0.06p for a colour A4. On enrolment you are allocated £3.00 for printing costs on your student ID card. Additional credits can be purchased in the libraries

An additional cost for this programme is a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will need to complete a DBS application form and provide documents to prove your identity. Payment is required at or before enrolment.

This programme requires a teaching placement(s). They may incur travelling costs. The expectation is that students arrange the teaching placements themselves so any costs will depend on where you arrange to work. This may influence your decisions on the placements you choose.

2 years PT, HE

Contact Details

Phil Jones01639 648451 phill.jones@nptcgroup.ac.uk
Tony Burgoyne01686 614213Tony.burgoyne@nptcgroup.ac.uk
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Teacher TrainingSocial Studies & Languages