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HEXAGON MANTEC UK
2, Sawley Road, Miles Platting

Manchester, M40 8BB

TEL: 0161 2057068

TEL: 07005 938 722

                                                                                                      

FAX: 07005 850 723

E-mail: info@hexagonmantec.co.uk
Website: www.hexagonmantec.co.uk

COLLEGE PROSPECTUS
2009/2010

 
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 
INTRODUCTION, MISSION STATEMENT, AIMS & OBJECTIVES   2 

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES (REGISTRATION, ATTENDANCE & ABSENCES, NON  3‐‐5 


ARRIVAL, CANCELLATIONS & REFUND, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, HEALTH AND SAFETY 
EXAMINATION & ASSESSMENT,  ENTRY CLEARANCE AND VISA EXTENSION) 

TEACHING METHODS AND RESOURCES  6 

LIST OF COURSES  7 

COURSE OUTLINES  

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING  8—9 

HUMAN RESOURCE (MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT)  9—10 

MARKETING  AND SALES MANAGEMENT  10—11 

TRAVEL AND TOURISM  11—12 

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS   13—14 
 
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & MANAGEMENT         14—15 

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE (HRM OPTIONAL)  16—17 

 NVQ ASSESSOR AND VERIFIER (A1/A2/V1)  17 

TEACHING CAREER DEVELOPMENT (CTLLS AND PTLLS)  18 
 
TERMS AND CONDITIONS  19 

FEE SCHEDULE AND MAINTENANCE COSTS  20 

CODE OF CONDUCT  21 

ENROLMENT FORM  22—23 

ANNUAL ADMISSION PERIOD  24 

HOW TO ENROL AND CONTACT US  25 

Who we are

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Hexagon Mantec UK is a private and independent educational institution providing tuitions and training to
students from the UK and Overseas.

We hope that you will find this prospectus a useful source of information.

Aim

We aim to ensure that student gain the necessary skills and personal development to fulfil their career goals.

Objective

Our objective is to provide a strong sense of community, modern up-to-date facilities and qualified lecturers
to support students towards passing the various external examination and assessment at first attempt.

We are able to achieve our aim and objective by the college strategic commitment in the following
activities:

• Maintaining satisfactory records of enrolment and attendance.


• Support the student and staff career guidance.
• Support the students in joining the National Student Union.
• Offers full time and part time courses.
• Limited number of students in each class.
• Attention and support to individual needs.
• Support the students in joining professional and external awarding bodies.
• Employ the services of qualified staffs.
• Ensure a health, safe and secured environment within the college.
• Affordable quality tuition and training.

The college is located very close to many essential and social amenities and the Manchester City Centre.

Whatever your education and training ambitions, we hope that Hexagon Mantec UK is the right choice and
you will enjoy being one of our successful students.

Principal

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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

1. STUDENT REGISTRATION
a. Individual prospective student must complete and submit the college application form to the college
administrator prior to admission.

b. The application form must be accompanied with the following documents:


• Photocopies of previous educational qualification.
• Photocopies of passport or birth certificate as a proof of age
• Four passport-size photographs.
• Letter of support from sponsor (If applicable)
£20 registration fee

c. Successful applicant will be notified in a letter confirming a conditional offer to the college and a request
for the payment of full tuition fee
(Other payment arrangement can be made with the administrator on request)

d. If the college is satisfied with the payment, we will send a certificate of admission with a visa letter within
10 working days of receiving the payment.

This document is very important part of requirement for obtaining student visa.
(We recommend that student pay full fee at once).

e. Successful student will attend induction and complete all other necessary formalities prior to the
commencement of the program, but the college will provide guidance for registration with external awarding
body.

f. It is very important that all students attend a regular minimum of 15hours per week organised study
during the course according to the class time table.

2. ATTENDANCE AND ABSENCE

Timetable and Attendance

• Course timetable will be given at the beginning of each term (minimum of 15 hours and extra 6
hours self-managed learning/research time per week)
• Student must be punctual and attend all lessons.
• Student attendance record should not fall below 85 % during any academic year.
• All students must report to the administrator before going to the classroom for lecture to mark their
attendance in the morning.
• The administrator will visit each classroom in the afternoon to check that all the people on the
attendance list are still in the college before recording the attendance for the day in the general
attendance record sheet.

Absences

• Unavoidable absence must be reported immediately to the administrator by telephone with reason
and how long you expect to be away from the college.
• Student must provide medical certificate to cover absence of more than 4 college days in a month
unless approved by the college authority.
• Failure to comply with the attendance and absence policy may result into a disciplinary action
against the student with a warning letter.

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• The college will send the first warning letter to the absent student after 4 days of absence to report
to the college authority within 3 working days of receiving the warning letter.
• A final warning letter will be sent to the student when there is an indication that the absent student is
nearing the point where it will be impossible to meet 85% of total attendance for the academic year.
(85% expected attendance)
• Failure to respond to the warning letter within 4 working days will result in the exclusion of the
student from the course and the college without any refund.
• A successful student who has been granted admission to the college but failed to report to classes
without any genuine reason within 5 working days will be sent a reminder letter highlighting the
home office attendance requirements and requesting the student to report to the college within 3
working days.
• When a student withdraw or leaves the college completely for any reason, the college administrator
must be notified within 5 working days
• Where a student defers studies after arrival, the UKBA required that the student must leave the UK
immediately and reapply for another visa when he/she is ready to resume studies.
• However the UKBA will be notified about the student absent, dismissal or withdrawal from
the college within 4 working days for absences in any one of the above cases.

3. NON ARRIVAL
Student from overseas who failed to obtain an entry clearance to study at Hexagon Mantec UK must notify
the college immediately in a letter to this effect. The student must also send original copy of the refusal
letter, original copy of the college certificate of admission, photocopy of all pages of passport. The college
administrator will provide necessary assistance as applicable.
If the college administrator cannot assist any longer, tuition fee will be refunded less £250 administrative
costs.

4. CANCELLATIONS AND REFUND


a. If the college cancelled any course for any reason, an alternative course will be offered to the student
with individual consent, or a full refund of the tuition fee.
b. If student decide to cancel, a written notice must be received at the college 5days prior to the
commencement of the course and £250 administrative cost will be charge before refund to the student.
c. If student change a course of study, no refund will be given if the new course is less than original course
unless before the start of the course and (4b) above will apply.
d. Tuition fee cannot be transferred to another student in any circumstances but other refund arrangement
can be made on cases by cases basis with the college coordinator.

5. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
The college is committed to a fair and equal access to opportunities in all its activities by promoting anti-
discriminating policy and practice in its operations. We will ensure that any individual who is in contact with
the college for any reason will be treated fairly and equally irrespective of his or her race, ethnicity, colour,
religion, political belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, education, economic background, physical or
mental conditions and marital status. The policy will be monitored regularly as part of our quality assurance
and services improvement.

6. HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY


We aim to ensure that the college provides adequate welfare, healthy, safety and secured learning and
assessment environment for students, visitors, staff and others who may be affected by our activities
according to HASAW Act and other health and safety regulations. The college has set up a preventative
procedure for continuous risk assessment and management of health, safety and security through the
health and safety committee.

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7. EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT


All students must register with external awarding body in order to write external examination or
assessment.
However student should also sit for internal assessment as a progression towards the external examination
or assessment.

8. OTHER POLICIES
a. The college reserved the right to change the course timetable at an appropriate time.
b. The college reserved the right to provide student attendance records to the home office and other
government authorities (if required).
c. The college reserved the right to refuse admission to any student in a fair manner.
d. The college reserved the right to discipline any student who failed to comply with the college policies,
procedure and code of conduct.
e. Student must pay personally for his/her accommodation, personal entertainment stationery, meals,
books, transportation, registration and assessment with awarding body and other expenses.
f. Terms and conditions of Internet usage and photocopy equipments are available on request from the
college administration.

9. ENTRY CLEARANCE
Overseas student are advised to seek information about UK student entry clearance from the British
Embassy/High Commission in his/her country.

10. VISA EXTENSION


Overseas student who are already in the UK are required to provide the following for visa extension at least
4 weeks before the expiring date of the previous visa:

Letter from the student sponsor, to confirm the responsibility for expenses during the period of studies
Personal Bank statements
Up-dated educational progress report
Attendance report
Certificate of enrolment (visa letter)
2 Passport photographs
Passport
Visa charge payable to the Home Office (This may vary according the UKBA policy)

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TEACHING METHODS AND RESOURCES

TEACHING AND LEARNING


All full time students are required to attend a minimum of 15 contact hours of day time organised studies
between Monday to Friday and additional 6 hours self managed learning

Teaching methods will be explanatory, exploration and more interactive with lecturers encouraging and
motivating students to participate in discussions, group-work, individual research, question and answer.

RESOURCES
OHP: All lecturers are well trained to use the overhead projector to encourage pictorial learning.

COMPUTERS: All our computers are up-to-date and internet connected with broadband to support student
learning and research. (Advance booking is required for usage.)

TV & VIDEO: The College uses various relevant videos to enable student learning by visual and practical
knowledge of their subject area.

COURSE MATERIALS: Most courses will be taught with handout provided by each relevant lecturer.
However, some course materials may be obtained directly from the college intranet and relevant awarding
body.

LIBRARY: The College mini library has many recommended textbooks in various subjects for student’s
usage (See administrator). The college will support students to join Miles Platting local library which is
located across the road from the College and also to join Manchester City Central Library, which is one of
the best academic library in the UK. This library stocks a range of books and is located at Piccadilly, which
is 10minutes from the college.
The above procedure on library will also be repeated in our learning centre across the UK.

MAGAZINES AND JOURNALS: Major magazines and journals for various subjects are also available from
external awarding bodies to support student learning.

PHOTOCOPY: Photocopies facilities are available for student usage at a nominal charge (see
administrator).

ADVICE AND GUIDANCE: The College coordinator provides free advice and guidance to student on
various issues and signpost students to appropriate specialist if applicable.

MEDICAL CARE: We encourage all our full time and overseas student to register with a local doctor in
case of any medical care. Within the National Health Services (NHS) medical care is free for student, but
you may need to pay for medical prescriptions.

BANK: We provide reference letter for individual student to open a bank account for safety of maintenance
fund and tuition fee.

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LIST OF COURSES
 

• BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & MARKETING 

• HUMAN RESOURCE (MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT)  

• MARKETING AND SALES MANAGEMENT 

• TRAVEL, TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY  

• BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

• FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 

• HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE (WITH HRM OPTIONAL) 

• NVQ ASSESSOR AND VERIFIER AWARDS (A1/A2/V1) 

• TEACHING CAREER DEVELOPMENT (PTLLS & CTLLS)  

All advanced diploma courses will lead to entry requirement for UK final year degree courses or
post graduate diploma with some professional awarding bodies.

OUR PROPOSED EXTERNAL AWARDING BODIES:


• ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS EXECUTIVES (ABE)
• LONDON CENTRE OF MARKETING (LCM)
• EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL (EDI)

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COURSE OUTLINES

Business Management and Marketing (Advanced Diploma)


Duration 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND LCM
Year 1
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Quantitative Methods
• Introduction to Accounting
• Introduction to Business Communication

Year 2 and 3
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent
• 2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment
• Economic Principles and their Application to Business
• Managing Business Environment and Operations
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Human Resource Management (modules A and B)
• Management in Action
• Managerial Accounting
• Principles of Business Law
• Strategy and Planning

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• Case Study and International Quality Management (modules A and B)

Human Resource (Management and Development)


(Advanced Diploma)
Duration 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND LCM
Year 1    
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Business Communication
• Managing People
• Personnel Administration
Year 2 and 3
Minimum Entry qualifications:

Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent


2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment
• Economic Principles and their Application to Business
• Managing Business Environment and Operations
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Human Resource Management (modules A and B)
• Human Resource in Action
• Managerial Accounting
• Principles of Business Law

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• Strategy and Planning


• Case Study and International Quality Management (modules A and B)
Marketing and Sales Management (Advanced Diploma)
Duration: 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND LCM
Year 1 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Quantitative Methods
• Introduction to Marketing
• Introduction to Business Communication
Year 2 and 3 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent
• 2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment.
• Economic Principles and their Application to Business
• Managing Business Environment and Operations
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Human Resource Management (modules A and B)
• Marketing in Action
• Managerial Accounting
• Principles of Business Law
• Strategy and Planning
• Case Study and International Quality Management (modules A and B)
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Travel, Tourism & Hospitality (Management and Marketing)


(Advanced Diploma)
Duration: 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND LCM
Year 1 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Accounting
• Introduction to Business Communication
• Introduction to Travel Tourism and Hospitality 
Year 2 and 3 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent
• 2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment
• Economic Principles and their Application to Business
• Managing Business Environment and Operations
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Human Resource Management (modules A and B)
• Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations
• Managerial Accounting
• Principles of Business Law
• Strategy and Planning
• Case Study and International Quality Management in Tourism (modules A and B)
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Business Information Systems (Advanced Diploma)


Duration: 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND EDI
Year 1 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Accounting
• IT Applications and Skills
• Introduction to the World of Computers  
Year 2 and 3 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent
• 2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course.
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment.
• Computer Fundamentals/Applications in Business and Finance and
• Principles of Programming
• Systems Analysis and Design
• Computer Networking
• Information Systems Project Management
• Contemporary Application Development Methods
• Internet Systems Development
• Relational Database Applications in Business
• Information Systems Strategic Management
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Managerial Accounting  
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Financial Accounting & Management (Advanced Diploma)


Duration: 3 Years
Proposed Awarding Body: ABE AND EDI
Year 1 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
Progression: Student must study and pass external examination in the following 4 Modules
• Introduction to Business
• Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting
• Introduction to Financial Accounting
• Introduction to Business Communication  
Year 2 and 3 
Minimum Entry qualifications:
• Passes in all the above subjects or equivalent
• 2 GCE "A" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
OR
• 4 GCE "O" Level Subjects or equivalent
• Student must be over 18 years old and be able to speak and write English at a proficient level.
• Reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working experience.
However the awarding body has the final decision as to the verification of previous qualification and
admission to the course
Progression: Student will study the following modules to pass the internal assessment and external
assessment
• Economic Principles and their Application to Business
• Managing Business Environment and Operations
• Managing People and Organization Behaviour (modules A and B)
• Financial Accounting and Information
• Quantitative Methods for Business and Management
• Marketing (Sales and Customer) Operations (modules A and B)
• Human Resource Management (modules A and B)
• Entrepreneurship
• Managerial Accounting
• Systems Management and Internal Financial Controls
• Strategy and Planning
• Case Study and International Quality Management

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HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 
DURATION: 3 YEARS 
AWARDING BODY: EDI/LCM 
Minimum Entry qualification: 
Health and Social Care technical certificate level 2 or equivalent and student must be over 18 years old. 
Alternative entry requirement: A reference letter from previous employer that the student has two years working 
experience in any capacity. 
Progression will be based on passing internal assessment and demonstrate competence in the workplace through 
the external assessment.  
This award can be used to meet the University entry requirement to study a Degree in Nursing, Sociology or Social 
Worker. 
The college will support individual student to register with the relevant external awarding body for external 
assessment. 
This qualification requires student to obtain a job in the care sector in order to gain adequate practical experience to 
achieve competence. This can be arranged with an agreement between the college assessor and the employer. 
Student can select from the optional subjects below for NVQ or Advanced Diploma in Human Resource (Care sector) 
Level 3 and 4 
1. Providing well being for service user in care 
2. Communication with service user in care setting 
3. Health and Safety in Care 
4. Contributing and Promoting equality, Right and Diversity 
5. Self development in care 
6. Care Planning 
7. Mental awareness 
8. Food safety 
9. Providing food and drink to service user 
10. Moving and handling 
11. Dealing with abuse 
12. Dealing with Challenging behaviour 
13. First aid 
14. Risk Assessment 
15. Promoting personal care 
16. Human resource development 
17. Marketing research 
18. Economics 
19. Personnel psychology &  management  
20. Business Environment and Operations 

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21. Infection control 
22. Administration of medication 
23. Relationship with service user 
 
NVQ ASSESSOR & VERIFIER (A1/A2 & V1)

(A1 and A2 Awards)

DURATION 1 YEAR

Proposed AWARDING BODY: EDI

Entry requirement:
• Level 3 qualification in the subject area
• Occupational competence (The person must be working within the sector of the subject area at
a managerial of supervisory level)

A1 Assess Candidates Using Range of Methods


A2 Assess Candidates' Performance’ Observation
This course is aimed at people who intend to become assessor in order to assess a wide range of sources
of evidence including observation of candidate performance, giving feedback and contributing to NVQ
internal quality assurance processes
Progression: Student will study the following modules to become a competent assessor through the internal
and external assessment
• Planning assessment with the learner for obtaining relevant evidence
• Judging the evidence against the national standard
• Providing a constructive feedback and support for learner to develop
• Contributing to internal quality assurance activities

V1 Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Process


DURATION 1 YEAR
Proposed AWARDING BODY: EDI

Entry requirement
• Level 4 qualification in the subject area
• 2 years experience as an assessor in the sector
• Occupational competence (The person must be working within the sector of the subject area at
a managerial or supervisory level)

This award is designed for Verifiers who have responsibility for evaluating the internal assessment process,
monitoring and reviewing internal quality of audit systems and carrying out related internal verification or
moderation activities relating to quality assurance management.

TEACHING CAREER DEVELOPMENT (PTLLS, CTTLS)

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DURATION: 1 YEAR

Proposed AWARDING BODY: EDI

Entry requirement
• Candidate should have a minimum of level qualification or above in the relevant subject

Progression:
This course will lead to Diploma in teaching within the lifelong learning sector and Post graduate
diploma in education
The teaching qualification provides the platform for people who are interested in pursuing a teaching
career in adult learning sector

• PLANNING TO TEACH
• IMPLEMENTING TEACHING PLAN
• TEACHING PRACTICE
• RECORD KEEPING
• MANAGING GROUP ACTIVITIES
• HEALTH AND SAFETY
• PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF ASSESSMENT
• ASSESSING THE LEARNERS
• SELF EVALUATION
• CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. Students should meet the entry requirement of the course.

2. Students are required to attend lessons regularly and punctually according to the course timetable.

3. Students will benefit from the course and increase career prospects in his/her country.

4. Overseas students must comply with home office regulations by attending a minimum of 15 hours of organised day
time studies per week.

5. The tuition fees must be paid in full on enrolment unless an agreement for installment is made with the college.

6. Cancellation: where written notice in received by the college prior to the course starting date £250 of the full fees
will be charged for administrative costs before refund. (Refund will be based on individual case)

7. Visa refusal: the above condition (6) will also be applied.

8. Overseas students must check with the British High Commission in their country about the UK student entry
clearance.

9. Students must comply with the college rules and regulations.

10. The college authority will take a disciplinary action against any student who refused to comply with the college
rules and regulation.

11. Students must arrange for his/her accommodation, meals and stationeries but the college may offer help if
necessary.

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FEE SCHEDULES
The fee schedules do not include additional cost that may be incurred prior to and during the study period. 

Student will be notified in case of any changes in fee schedule. 

Part time student should contact the administrator for separate fee schedule. 

Code   COURSES (Business Management,      FEE 

(3 Years)    £ 

001/A   YEAR 1  2000 

001/B   YEAR 2   2000 

001/C   YEAR 3  2000 

     

  HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE   

(3 Years)   

002/D  NVQ 3 (HRM OPTIONAL)   2000 

002/E  NVQ 4 (HRM OPTIONAL))  2000 

002/F  CARE MANAGEMENT (HRM OPTIONAL)  2000 

     

003/G  ASSESSOR, VERIFIER AND TEACHING QUALIFICATION (For local students)  1000 

STUDENT MAY ALSO NEED ADDITIONAL MONTHLY COSTS OF LIVING AND MAINTENANCE
ESTIMATION BY UKBA (£800/MONTH IN LONDON) OR (£600/MONTH OUTSIDE LONDON)

• REGISTRATION WITH AWARDING BODY


• EXTERNAL EXAMINATION FEE
• TRANSPORTATION FEE
• FEEDING
• BOOKS
• TOILETRIES
• TELEPHONE
• CLOTHING (Overseas students should remember to bring suitable clothing for cold weather)
• TV LICENCE
• ACCOMMODATION
• SOCIALISING
• GAS/ELECTRICITY
• MEDICAL

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STUDENTS CODE OF CONDUCT

The college is committed to providing education, training and skills development and to promote
environment in which individuals can learn and progress happily, safe and secure. Therefore all
students must read, sign and abide with the following code of conduct within the college premises
and other places where the college prefer to carry out its activities.

Declarations

NAME___________________________________________________ sincerely agreed that I will:

• Attend lessons regularly and punctually.


• Inform the college authority of any absences and reason for absence.
• Inform the college authority before taken any non-statutory holiday.
• Wear and display the college ID cards at all times.
• Show respect for college properties and belongings
• Show respect for others and uphold the college equal opportunity policy.
• Be polite and behave in a manner that is not offensive to anyone.
• Follow the health and safety and Evacuation procedures.
• Observe the smoke free policy.
• Not consume any food of drink in classrooms or corridors
• Not threatening, swearing or use abusive language.
• Not engage in activity that is likely to bring the college’s name into dispute.
• Not engage in criminal activity.
• Not use or possess alcohol or any illegal substances.
• Not carry any offensive weapons.
• Not engage in action that is likely to promote disruption to the college, staff, students and visitors.
• Not use the mobile phone in non-designated area.
• Not use the college to promote any political or religious causes.

I therefore agree that a breach in any one of the above codes of conduct will be subject to a
disciplinary action against me by the college authority.

Candidate Signature____________________________________________________ Date_____________

College Administrator’s signature________________________________________ Date ____________ 


 
 
 
 
 

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HEXAGON MANTEC
(PPOFESSIONAL & GRADUATE EDUCATION) 

ENROLMENT FORM  

NAME: _______________________________________________________________________________________________ 

ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________________________________________________              

______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 

TEL: ___________________________________________D.O.B: ____________________GENDER:______________________ 

NATIONALITY: __________________________________________________________________________________________ 

NAME OF SPONSOR: _____________________________________________________________________________________ 

NEXT OF KIN: _____________________________ NEXT OF KIN PHONE NUMBER: ____________________________________ 

NEXT OF KIN ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________________________________ 

COURSE: _______________________________________________________________________FT/PT: ___________________ 

ACADEMIC YEAR: ______________________________________ STUDENT REG. NO: __________________________________ 

PREVIOUS QUALIFICATIONS
INSTITUTION  COURSE  GRADE  YEAR 

       

       

       

Please enclose a copy of previous certificate(s) or records of achievement. 

I enclose the sum of £20 for registration fee (Non refundable) 

How did you know about the college? 

Advertisement: ____ Friends: ____ Website: ____Others (SPECIFY) _______________ 

Do you have any disabilities?  (Yes)__ (No) __ 

If yes, please specify______________________________________________________________ 

How would you describe your ethnic background ______________________________________? 

I have read, understood and accepted the college terms and conditions. 

Candidate signature_____________________________________________ Date______________ 

College Administrator signature___________________________________ Date_______________ 

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For office use only: 

Fee to pay: ________Fee deposit paid: _________Outstanding balance_________  

Instalment arrangement start date_________________ End Date_____________ 

Conditional offer date_________ Unconditional offer date________  

Course offer acceptance date: ___________ Course offer refusal date:  ______________ 

All documents Available (Yes) __________ (No) ________________ 

If not, when will all documents be available? ___________________________________________ 

Application form assessed by Name _________________________________ Date____________________ 

• Method of initial assessment (Tick as appropriate) 

• Level of Literacy 

• Level of Numeracy  

• Learning Style 

• Acceptance of previous learning (Awarding Body) 

• Personal Interview 

• Previous work experience 

ADDITIONAL NOTE 

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ANNUAL ADMISSION PERIOD 

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SPRING 

JANUARY – FIRST WEEK  

TO 

FEBRUARY – THIRD WEEK 

SUMMER 

APRIL – FIRST WEEK 

TO 

MAY – THIRD WEEK 

AUTUMN 

AUGUST – THIRD WEEK 

TO 

OCTOBER ‐ THIRD WEEK 

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HOW TO CONTACT US 
 

STEP 1  STEP 2 

Complete the college application form  The Administrator will send a reply to you within 2 
which is available on the college website. days to acknowledge your application. 

Click apply on‐line (application form will  If you are already in the UK we will invite you to 
appear)  attend an informal interview. 

Complete the form and send it online by  If you are still in another country, we will request for 
clicking submit at the bottom of.  your previous qualification and interview you via e‐
mail or telephone. 
www.hexagonmantec.co.uk  

Tel: +44 161 205 7068 
   

     
 
Hexagon Mantec UK 
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