The core aim of BIC’s individualised study programme is to move students into either higher education or employment enabling each student to achieve their career goals and aspirations.
Students will be offered one of three pathways:
All students who have not achieved Grade 4 (or grade C) in English and/or maths will be required to study these subjects in addition to their work placement and employment programme in-line with their chosen pathway.
As a small independent college BIC’s study programmes are designed to meet individual student goals. Goals without planning is just a wish – don’t wish your life away, join BIC’s bespoke 16-19 Study Programme designed and planned around your needs.
GCSE ENGLISH - GCSE MATHS - HOSPITALITY & CATERING
HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE - BUSINESS - ESOL
MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES - OCR FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH - OCR FUNCTIONAL MATHS
Our aim is to provide high quality academic teaching and learning experiences alongside targeted vocational and employment training.
Our individual learning plans are designed to ensure students achieve their maximum potential, towards their chosen career destination whether that be through a vocational or academic pathway, achieved through whole group and 1-to-1 tuition.Read More
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Our main contacts are Ms H McIntosh, Head of College/Mrs V Lambert-Blackwood, Operations Manager/Ms Sam, Head of Teaching & Learning:
The Proprietary Body: Mrs V Lambert-Blackwood, Ms H McIntosh and Mr C Morrison, are contactable at the college or on 0121 507 0904/07486 888054 (also out of term).
Birmingham Independent College Ltd. Albert Hall, Witton Road, Aston, Birmingham B6 5NU
BUSES: 51 / 33 / 7 / 46 / 11A / 11C
BY CAR: POSTCODE B6 5NU
0121 507 0904