Entry requirements for our courses depend on the specific requirements of each Programme of Study and an individual's previous experience, which will
all be discussed during the interview process.
The following list offers a guide as to what you might be expected to achieve to gain entry on to a particular level of a course.
Progressing to each level of study
Once you successfully completed your course you may be able to progress to the next level, following a satisfactory interview with a Tutor. If you’ve finished your Level 3 course
you will be offered advice and guidance from our Career Advisers on how to apply for a place at University through UCAS, or how to apply for a job or an Apprenticeship.
Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2 courses generally last one year; Level 3 courses will usually last for two years.
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. Mahatma Gandhi
At this very important time of your lives it is vital that you choose the right subjects and the right place to study. At Lincolnshire Regional College you can be certain you’ll be getting an education in an inspiring and innovative environment, and by the time you've completed your studies you’ll be ready to take on the world.
Whilst we would strongly recommend you try to achieve the very best GCSE results possible, don’t worry if you don’t get the grade that you were expecting at school, or to achieve a GCSE in Maths or English to progress your education. We provide special study choices for anyone who wants to improve their grades and they can all be studied alongside our Further Education choices.
We offer both GCSE English and Maths which can be studied as part of any of our full-time study programmes.
The skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening are of vital importance in many areas, both in the daily world and the world of the imagination
Not only are they essential in many careers, they also underpin successful study at all levels, and a proficiency in them can also add immeasurably to an individual’s general quality of life.
The course aims to stimulate a positive attitude to Maths.
It also supports the knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts, whilst additionally supporting the acquisition and use of problem solving strategies.