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A Level Citizenship - 300-hour distance learning course by UK Open College
Study for your A Levels next to the training specialists at UK Open College. This A Level Citizenship course uses applications of theory, relevant information and examples to prepare you for the A Levels exams. Depending on the study pace you choose, fast or regular track, you'll get a tailored training package that meets your needs and fits perfectly around your schedule. Distance learning by UK Open College helps you take the next steps in your education or career in the most flexible and effective way.
The concept of citizenship suggests an individual that is fully aware of their rights and responsibilities and who will play a co-operative, active and fulfilling role within the society in which they live. Citizens are expected to obey the laws and customs of where they live and to participate in civic society, either at the basic level of voting in elections or by more significant levels of civic and political involvement.
This specification is designed to encourage candidates to:
Communicate different views, ideas and perspectives
Select, analyse and evaluate information in order to construct reasoned and coherent arguments
Plan, make decisions, and advocate on citizenship issues
Work with others, make decisions, propose alternative solutions and form conclusions
Suitability - Who should attend?
Minimum of GCSE grade C or above.
Students are recommended to posses the ability to read and write english to GCSE standards, Mathematics knowledge also to GCSE level and be over 16 years of age.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Successful candidates who complete all programme requirements are awarded an A Level Certificate from AQA.
Training Course Content
This training course is designed to cover the following key topics:
Unit 1: Identity, Rights and Responsibilities
What is a Citizen?
What does it mean to be British?
Are we all equal citizens?
What are my rights and responsibilities?
How are my rights protected and supported?
Unit 2: Democracy, Active Citizenship & Participation
Who can make a difference?
How can I make a difference?
Active citizenship skills and participation
Unit 3: Power & Justice
What is crime?
What is Justice?
Who speaks on our behalf?
How is the UK governed?
Unit 4: Global Issues and Making a Difference
Universal human rights
Making a Difference
The cost of this training course is £449.00 per candidate.
Flexible payment plans are available.
UK Open College have over ten years of experience in delivering online courses and distance learning programmes, in a variety of subjects. We are based in the midlands, near Birmingham, and we are proud to tutor students from all over...