Our longest course is designed for those trainees who require subject knowledge development through GCSE and A-level. Here, trainees use their 28-week or 700 hours to work through our GCSE and A-level modules, with optional access to the Virtual Lessons GCSE resources to support their transition from GCSE to A-level.
Our new enhanced A-level course is designed to provide trainees with a short boost to their studies ahead of the A-level content. Over 20 weeks or 500 hours, trainees use our Virtual Lessons resources as an introduction to the A-level content. Optional access is also given to the GCSE module.
For candidates needing to boost or refresh their subject knowledge to A-level. The 16-week or 400-hour course is structured to take trainees through the DfE specification to A-level. Trainees also get access to the optional GCSE module and GCSE Virtual Lessons resources to support their studies.
Designed for candidates needing additional support to boost or refresh their subject knowledge to GCSE level. The 12-week or 300-hour course allows trainees to use our Virtual Lessons resources to support their studies on the Core GCSE module. Trainees also get access to the first A-level module on most courses.
Ideal for candidates needing to boost or refresh their subject knowledge to GCSE level. The 8-week or 200-hour course is structured to take the trainees through the DfE specifications up to GCSE level. Trainees have access to the Virtual Lessons module to support their learning and other optional resources.