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Psychology AS Level (AQA) Part time Dates: 16 Sep 09 30 weeks (There will be another session during the final week - day to be agreed with candidates) Times: 6.30pm - 9.30pm Day: Wednesday Location: Cranford Avenue Aim of Course The aim of this course is to provide: An introduction to selected aspects of psychological theory and research An awareness of the applications of some aspects of psychological knowledge Opportunities to study methods of psychological research Entry Requirements Course Details Content This is a one-year course. You will study six topics: Research Methods, Stress, Abnormality, Memory, Attachments and Social Influence. You will be assessed by taking two exams. The course is covered by lectures and by the completion of assignments and investigations MaterialsText Book Requirements Psychology AS The Complete Companion (Second Edition) by Mike Cardwell and Cara Flanagan. Study Requirements You will need to allow time for reading, note taking and completion of written assignments. AssessmentExamination Details The course is assessed by two 1 hour examinations. Career OpportunitiesProgression The AS level can be a qualification on its own, or can be treated as an intermediate to A level. Psychology provides a good background for nursing, social services, education and vocational training and personal management. It is also an acceptable subject for university entry. Course Cost Information Fees Additional costs after enrolment Tuition Fee 268 Registration FeeCertificate ExaminationAssessment Fee 60 Other course Costs: e.g. Materials Workshop Log Books 15 Fees Due 343 Fees All fees quoted are for British EEA Citizens with settled status who have been resident in an EEA country for the last 3 years or have exceptional circumstances or exceptional leave to remain. If you are in any doubt as to your status please ask for advice on enrolment. Refund of fees will only be paid in the event the College cancel the course, or if you notify the College of your intention to withdraw from the course 2 weeks prior to the start date. Fee Reductions If you are in receipt of an income based qualifying benefit, you may be entitled to a fee reduction on tuition fees only. All other charges as shown above will need to be paid in full. Please remember to bring evidence of entitlement with you when you come to enrol. How to Apply and Additional Information You can apply to enrol: By calling in to the ReceptionInformation Centre situated in Fleet Building at any time. Times of Opening are: 8.15am-8.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.15am-5pm on Fridays. During half terms, Christmas, Easter and Summer breaks, opening times are 8.30am -5.00pm Monday to Friday Rehabilitation of Offenders Please note, to help us look after students and assess risks, you will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions when you apply to do a course at Weymouth College. Please note Courses are operated on a minimum number of students and may, on rare occasions, be subject to cancellation. In the event of cancellation any fees paid will be refunded in full.

Psychology AS Level (AQA) Part time Dates: 16 Sep 09 30 weeks (There will be another session during the final week - day to be agreed with candidates) Times: 6.30pm - 9.30pm Day: Wednesday Location: Cranford Avenue Aim of Course The aim of this course is to provide: An introduction to selected aspects of psychological theory and research An awareness of the applications of some aspects of...

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