Presentation on theme: "All applications online Key Dates: Applications by 30 th of January 2015 Offers by 20 th of April 2014 for most courses Information evenings 24 th September."— Presentation transcript:
All applications online Key Dates: Applications by 30 th of January 2015 Offers by 20 th of April 2014 for most courses Information evenings 24 th September to 20 th October: employer attending, arrangements of evenings Most Post 16 Open events 4 th to 11 th November Choices in preference order when selecting and repeated at the start of personal statement Post 16 centres will make their interviewing policy clear at outset If a student is at risk of non participation then a discussion with a guidance advisor will take place before the end of summer term
Cambridge Area 14-19 Partnership CAP application process 2015 entry The process for 2015 entry follows the same principles as last year, with some minor modifications. 1. Applications: All applications are being made online.
CAMBRIDGE AREA 14-19 PARTNERSHIP Applying to CAP post-16 centres for 2015 entry This is a brief guide to the application process for students in Cambridge Area 14-19 Partnership schools. You can get further information from your school and from the prospectuses and websites of the post- 16 centres and UCAS progress. What will happen after you have applied for a course? All post-16 centres have their own admissions policies which can be found on their websites or through UCAS Progress Search. Their policies on inviting students for interview are summarised below. Cambridge Regional College CRC will interview all applicants.
2014 Coleridge and Parkside Community College Wednesday 24 th September Linton Village CollegeThursday 25 th September St Bede’s School Ely College Wednesday 1 st October Comberton Village College The Netherhall School Thursday 2 nd October Swavesey Village CollegeMonday 6 th October Sawston Village CollegeTuesday 7 th October Bassingbourn Village College Witchford Village College Thursday 9 th October Melbourn Village CollegeTuesday 14 th October Soham Village College Impington Village College Wednesday 15 th October Cottenham Village College Chesterton Community College Thursday 16 th October Bottisham Village CollegeMonday 20th October North Cambridge AcademyTuesday 21 st October Cambridge Area 14-19 Partnership 2015 entry Post-16 Information Evenings at 11-16 Schools and Post-16 Open Evenings. Please find below the dates of Year 11 Information Evenings in 11-16 Schools and Open Evenings in Post-16 Centres.
Post 16 options 2014-2015 Continue with your education at college or sixth form Start an Apprenticeship Get a job or volunteer, with training Year 11
Vocational (technical) routes: Construction Level 1 Electrical Installations Plumbing & Heating Brickwork Carpentry and Joinery Painting and Decorating Plastering 3 GCSEs at D or above including Maths, English and either Science or a BTEC First in Construction Level 2 Electrical Installations Plumbing Bricklaying Bench Joinery Painting and Decorating Site Carpentry Plastering Level 3 Bricklaying Site Carpentry Work/ApprenticeshipHigher education Level 1 Construction (general) 3 GCSEs grade E or above including Maths and English, and demonstrate an aptitude for construction