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1 Treloar College Course Information Treloar s Holybourne Alton Hampshire GU34 4GL T E Charity number

2 Introduction This booklet outlines the nationally recognised courses currently available at Treloar College between Pre Entry and Advanced Level. Students working within the Sensory and Interactive area will work towards, if appropriate, accreditation from the OCR Life and Living course, as part of the overall holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to their learning and development. Within the Creative and Enterprise area, students will study a range of units from the Laser suite of qualifications, ranging from life skills to more subject or vocationally focused units, according to their individual needs. In the Vocational area, students can access a broad range of creative subjects including Art, Photography and Media, as well as courses in Business Studies, ICT and Sports Leadership. Students can also access the range of courses available at the local partnership college, Alton College. This includes courses in the Sixth Form and the Adult Education area please see the appropriate Alton College prospectus or look on their website for more information ( Treloar has also sourced and used other local colleges to access courses for our students, including Animal Management and Accounting. In addition to the main course of study, all students, where appropriate, will work towards the Functional Skills of Maths, English and ICT. Students who have a grade D in English and/or Maths are required (as part of an external regulation) to continue working towards these GCSE subjects. All students have the opportunity to attend sessions in cookery, sport, personal and social studies and a range of enrichment activities. Most students will spend time developing their skills in the local community and, if appropriate, access our wide range of internal and external work experience placements. A student whose destination is likely to be volunteering or paid work will attend sessions aimed at developing their employability skills. At the initial stage of assessment, following application to the College, all students and their families will be provided with advice and guidance regarding their potential programme of study. If any additional information is required about suitable courses/programmes, please contact Jane Clarke, Deputy Head of College, on or September

3 Qualifications at Treloar College Subject Area Level Course Equivalent Alton College subjects Level 3 3 See Alton College prospectus A Level Alton College subjects Level 2 2 See relevant Alton College prospectus GCSE Grade 9-4 (A*-C) Arts and Media (including 3 Pearson Edexcel Advanced GCE Art & Design A Level Photography) Unendorsed mixed (AS/A Level) Pearson Edexcel Advanced GCE Art & Design Fine Arts (AS/A Level) Pearson Edexcel Advanced GCE Art & Design Graphic (AS/A Level) Pearson Edexcel Advanced GCE Art & Design Photography (AS/A Level) Arts and Media (including 2 OCR Cambridge Technical Certificate in Media GCSE Grade 9-4 (A*-C) Photography) NCFE Certificate in Photography NCFE Level 2 Award/Certificate in Art & Design Arts and Media (including 1 Pearson BTEC Creative Media Production GCSE Grade 3-1(D- G) Photography) (Award/Certificate) NCFE Certificate/Extended Certificate in Photography NCFE Award/Certificate in Art & Design Business and Administration (Ian Karten Centre) Level 2 City and Guilds NVQ Award/Certificate in Business and Administration GCSE 9-4 (A*-C) Level 1 Information Technology Level 2 Level 1 Entry 3 Creative and Enterprise Entry 3 - Level 1 City and Guilds NVQ Award/Certificate in Business and Administration City and Guilds ITQ Laser Award/Certificate/ Diploma in Learning, Employability and Progression (Entry 3 - Level 1) GCSE 3-1 (D-G) GCSE 9-4 (A*-C) GCSE 3-1 (D-G) National Curriculum Levels 1-3 Entry 3 - Level 1 Explore Arts Award Entry 1/2 Laser Award in Independent Living Skills Entry 1/2 OCR Life and Living (Entry 1-2 ) Functional Skills Level 2 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths & English Level 1 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths & English Entry 1-3 OCR Functional Skills Maths & English Extended Project Qualification 3 AQA Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) Sports Leadership Level 3 Award in Sports Leadership Level 2 Level 1 GCSE 9-4 (A*- C) GCSE 3-1 (D- G) Entry Level/Pre GCSE A Level GCSE Grade 9-4 (A*- C) GCSE Grade 3-1 (D- G) 3

4 Arts & Media including Photography Pathway: Vocational Course Overview The Arts and Media Department at Treloar College offers a wide range of creative course options at Levels 1, 2 and 3. Most courses give students the opportunity to choose their own bespoke pathway based on individual interests and skills. Each course is complemented by weekly Employability sessions in which students learn important skills which could help them become self-employed entrepreneurs, or gain employment in a creative environment. These skills are also transferable to other types of work, increasing students' future options and prospects for volunteer work, full or part time paid employment. Subjects include: Photography, Fine Art, Graphic and Three Dimensional Design, Video, Animation and Audio/Music Course Content Level 1 NCFE Level 1 Art and Design: This course is designed for beginners or students who need to build confidence and hone their skills in a supportive environment. Students will need to be interested in different art and design forms and techniques, including drawing, painting, sculpture and digital art using a range of different media. A lot of time is spent experimenting with a variety of different methods and materials. Students do not necessarily need to be able to draw well as there are many ways to produce quality art work by using a combination of alternative techniques, including specialist drawing equipment designed for students' bespoke needs, as well as the use of computerised projectors and printmaking. NCFE Level 1 Photography: This includes introductory units in creative capture, digital image manipulation, photographing people, landscapes, events, buildings, action, close-up, and abstract. Learners explore a range of Photography techniques, using mostly SLR cameras, with full accessibility for a wide range of learning needs. Students learn how to capture, manipulate and print images using both digital and traditional film technologies using the black and white darkroom, Adobe Photoshop, a fully-equipped lighting studio, and professional quality digital printers. Some supporting evidence and research is required. Pearson BTEC Level 1 Creative Media Production: Students can choose introductory units from Desktop Publishing, Video Products, Audio/Music Production, Animation and Digital Photography. They are given the opportunity to create and edit a magazine spread, video or audio/music track, develop a stop-motion movie using a range of techniques, or explore digital photography, including SLR cameras, studio lighting and Photoshop. All projects are on self-chosen themes, following a vocational brief. Some supporting evidence and research is required. 4

5 Level 2 NCFE Level 2 Art and Design: This course offers students an exciting and creative range of 2D and 3D Art and Design subjects including painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic design, surface design, fashion and 3D design. Students will be shown how they can express individual ideas and thoughts through a wide range of art and design skills and techniques. They will create a portfolio of work that will reflect their unique potential within art and design. NCFE Level 2 Photography: This course offers exploration of darkroom, studio, location, commercial, documentary, experimental and alternative photography processes. Learners explore a range of photography techniques, using mostly SLR cameras, with full accessibility for a wide range of learning needs. Students learn how to capture, manipulate and print images, using both digital and traditional film technologies as well as using the black and white darkroom, Adobe Photoshop, a fullyequipped lighting studio, and professional quality digital printers. Some supporting evidence and research is required. This course is suitable for those with some Photography experience and technical knowledge (ideally Level 1 Photography or similar). The course leads to, where appropriate, AS or A Level Photography. OCR Cambridge Technical Certificate in Media: Students can choose units from Photography for Media Products, Graphic Design for Media Products, Film & TV Media Products or Animation Production to explore in depth, following vocational briefs based on self-chosen themes using a range of digital facilities for capture and editing. This course is ideally suitable for those with some Media experience and technical knowledge (ideally Level 1 Creative Media or similar). Some supporting evidence and research is required. The course leads to, where appropriate, AS or A Level Photography, Graphic Design, Fine Art or Unendorsed Art & Design. Level 3 Pearson Edexcel GCE Advanced Art and Design AS/A Level: Unendorsed (Mixed) Students explore a range of art endorsements including fine art, graphic design, three dimensional design and textile design. Students choose their own theme and are taught a range of techniques to suit their abilities and learning needs, enabling them to work as independently as possible. Students are supported to explore other artists to gain inspiration in addition to learning techniques to produce high quality art work. Pearson Edexcel GCE Advanced Art and Design AS/A Level: Photography Students have the opportunity to capture, manipulate and print photos or use moving images in individual project themes, using digital and traditional film technologies, movie software, and/or a black and white darkroom, Adobe Photoshop, a fully-equipped lighting studio, and professional quality digital printers, with full accessibility to cater for a range of student needs. Students experiment with a range of techniques and media to create unique outcomes, inspired by visual and contextual research. Projects can include lens-based animation and video as well as 2D or 3D print works. Pearson Edexcel GCE Advanced Art and Design AS/A Level: Fine Art Fine artists produce creative work for exhibitions, private commissions and community projects or may use their skills to make and sell artwork online, in shops or at craft fairs etc. In this course students will be able to explore all these options alongside using a range of traditional and digital techniques and media. 5

6 Pearson Edexcel GCE Advanced Art and Design AS/A Level: Graphic Design Students get the opportunity to design a range of items including book jackets, CD/DVD covers, brochures, posters and flyers. The studio is accessible for a range of learning needs and students are taught how to use various printmaking and drawing techniques, as well as how to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign which are all industry-standard design software. Functional Skills A wide range of functional skills are naturally embedded within the course. Students may have the opportunity to gain or add to formal Functional Skills qualifications, via additional workshops. Entry Requirements No formal qualifications are needed for Level 1 courses. Level 2 courses may require some previous experience, a portfolio of work or a Level 1 qualification. For Level 3 or Advanced Level, a Level 2 qualification or GCSE level qualifications are usually required although each student is assessed independently in terms of their previous experience, skills and commitment. Assessment Methods All courses are assessed through ongoing coursework, apart from the AS and A Level subjects, which also include timed practical examinations. Activities All courses are, in the main, practical but have varying elements of research and written work. Students will have opportunities to visit relevant exhibitions and experience professional practitioners talks and workshops throughout their course. What do the courses lead to? Following successful completion of their course, students can progress through the Levels. Those who achieve Level 3 or Advanced Level can potentially continue on to a Foundation Diploma and/or Honours Degree level study at University. 6

7 Business & Administration Pathway: Vocational Title of Course/Courses (e.g. Accreditation) Students can work towards units of City & Guilds Level 1 or Level 2 NVQs in Business and Administration. Course Overview This course is carried out by working in TreloarPrint, our successful printing enterprise. It is a practical, real and dynamic working environment. Course Content The NVQ is a workplace assessment of skills and knowledge, rather than a taught course. Students will be working on a wide variety of activities, depending on their skills, wishes and learning aims. These can vary from Reception work and telephone skills, through costing and invoicing, to product design, printing, finishing and despatch. TreloarPrint has a wide variety of machines and software, and the type and pace of work is quite unpredictable as it depends on what customers order! Students are encouraged to undertake internal and/or external work placements. Functional Skills A wide range of functional skills is naturally embedded within the activity of the centre including verbal and written communication skills, teamwork, problem-solving, numeracy and ICT. Students may have the opportunity to gain or add to formal Functional Skills qualifications, supported by additional workshops, where appropriate. Entry Requirements Reasonable confidence in basic Maths and English is very helpful, as is some competence and confidence with standard Microsoft software. Other skills are helpful, too, depending on which units are chosen for example for design work, good spatial perception and quality or proof-reading abilities are useful; for phone work, reasonable spoken clarity is necessary; for equipment-focused work, some manual dexterity is necessary. Assessment methods The NVQ is an assessment of workplace knowledge and skills. Knowledge evidence is largely generated by the completion of forms/worksheets. Skills evidence is usually generated by observation (by the Assessor) of practical performance or activity. There are no exams or tests. Activities Activities are centred around the running of a printing enterprise: dealing with customers and visitors, phone calls, business s; providing quotes, developing and preparing products for print using equipment and software; printing and finishing products from business cards to magazines and calendars; invoicing and despatch; keeping records and files; working with others; following procedures and guidelines; being responsible for meeting quality requirements and deadlines, etc. What does the course lead to? The Level 1 NVQ Award may lead on to a Level 1 Certificate (more units) or on to a Level 2 Award and Certificate. Some students work on individual units only. This is also a good route from which it may be possible to move into a traineeship or apprenticeship. 7

8 Information Technology (IT) Pathway: Vocational Title of Course/Courses (e.g. Accreditation) Students can work towards units and qualifications of City & Guilds ITQ at Entry Level 3, Level 1 and Level 2. Course Overview This course is carried out alongside working in TreloarPrint, our successful printing enterprise providing a practical, real and dynamic working environment. Some ITQ units lend themselves well to this; others will need to be more formally taught as standalone units. Course Content The ITQ suite of qualifications is designed to provide basic skills across a range of IT including the standard office-type applications, but also design and imaging software, using mobile IT devices, as well as the practical use of the internet and and standard IT housekeeping such as filing, security, confidentiality, legislation, and so on. At each level there is some transferability of unit credits between levels, making moving up a level more fluent. Within TreloarPrint students can also work on other employability skills as far as time permits and depending on their skills, wishes and learning aims. These can vary from Reception work and telephone skills, through costing and invoicing, to product design, printing, finishing and despatch. TreloarPrint has a wide variety of machines and software, and the type and pace of work is quite unpredictable as it depends on what customers order! Students are encouraged to undertake internal and/or external work placements. Functional Skills A wide range of functional skills can be naturally embedded within the activity of the centre including verbal and written communication skills, teamwork, problem-solving, numeracy and ICT. Students may have the opportunity to gain or add to formal Functional Skills qualifications, supported by additional workshops when appropriate. Entry Requirements Reasonable confidence in basic Maths and English is very helpful, as is some confidence with standard Microsoft software. Other skills are helpful, too, depending on which units are chosen for example for design and imaging work, good spatial perception and quality or proof-reading abilities are useful; for phone work, reasonable spoken clarity is necessary; for equipment-focused work, some manual dexterity is necessary. Assessment methods Each unit has at least one outcome. Each outcome includes knowledge and/or skills which must be demonstrated. In order to complete a unit, all aspects of all the outcomes must be completed; there is no pass mark students have to do everything successfully. For each unit, a student either passes or doesn t; there is no grading. Most units can be assessed in several different ways and possibly a mixture of these: portfolio of evidence, knowledge test, a set assignment, witness testimony, professional discussions, and project work. Activities Whenever appropriate in terms of providing good evidence activities will be centred around the running of the TreloarPrint printing enterprise: dealing with customers and visitors, phone calls, business s; providing quotes, 8

9 developing and preparing products for print using equipment and software; printing and finishing products from business and greetings cards to magazines and calendars; invoicing and despatch; keeping records and files; working with others; following procedures and guidelines; being responsible for meeting quality requirements and deadlines, etc. When this type of activity is not appropriate for example for a unit requiring knowledge or skills which do not naturally arise within TreloarPrint set assignments or projects will be used. What does the course lead to? At each Level a student may work towards an Award and then progress from this to achieve a Certificate (more units) or start working towards units (or an Award) at the next Level up. Some students work on individual units only rather than an Award or Certificate; they will then receive a certificate of unit credit for all completed units. ITQ can also be a good route from which it may be possible to move into a supported traineeship, internship or apprenticeship. Creative and Enterprise Pathway: Preparing for Adulthood Title of Course/Courses (e.g. Accreditation) OCR Life and Living E1/E2 Laser Independent Living Skills E1/E2 Learning, Employability and Progression E3/ L1 Explore Arts Award E3/L1 Course Overview Laser Independent Living Skills aims to raise knowledge, awareness of skills of students to look after themselves and live in an appropriate environment and successfully in the community. It helps students to build confidence and overcome barriers. Learning, Employability and Progression (LEAP) is a suite of qualifications that offers a wide variety of personal development and vocational taster units. It is designed to be flexible allowing for individuality when selecting units to suit the needs of the student. Course Content OCR Life and Living The Life and Living Skills suite is a comprehensive range of versatile and adaptable qualifications with no minimum entry requirements. Students can choose from over 150 bite-sized units across a wide range of skill areas. There are no mandatory units or barred combinations at any Level, allowing for varied personalised learning programmes with a completely flexible structure. The qualification consists of a range of pathways including: Developing Personal Skills Independent Living Citizenship Managing Relationships Skills Needed for Work Exploring Life 9

10 Laser Independent Living Skills units available in: Accessing community facilities such as accessing health services and getting about safely Household skills such as food safety and storage and basic meal preparation Leisure activities such as participation in team activities and exploring music and art Personal care/development such as healthy living, personal awareness, understanding relationships Rights and responsibilities such as living in a diverse society and self-advocacy Employability skills such as enterprise projects Learning Skills Maths, English and Communication Skills Learning, Employability and Progression units available in: Personal and social development skills such as confidence-building, teamwork, healthy living, citizenship, rights and responsibilities Success in learning including preparing to learn, progressing in learning and learning activities Employability including work preparation and planning, interview preparation, enterprise activities, undertaking work experience, and job seeking skills Vocational areas such as business and administration, hospitality, sport and leisure and customer services Explore Arts Award The Arts Award aims to support learners to deepen their engagement with the arts, build creative and leadership skills, and to achieve a national qualification. Learners aged up to 25 can explore any art form including performing arts, visual arts, literature, media and multimedia. The Award builds confidence, helps learners to enjoy cultural activities, and prepares them for further education or employment. Learners need to plan their work with an adviser, and keep a record by creating their own Arts Award portfolio. Their portfolio might be a folder, sketchbook, video diary or a website. Functional Skills A wide range of functional skills are naturally embedded within the course. Students may have the opportunity to gain or add to formal Functional Skills qualifications, via additional workshops. Entry Requirements There are no specific entry requirements. Assessments are completed to ensure students are entered at an appropriate level. Assessment Methods Assessment is through unit based activities; evidence consists of a portfolio of written, audio, visual tasks, combined with observations and witness statements. The type of evidence can vary due to the individual needs of the student. Activities Attending local sales and working on stalls as part of community inclusion to develop customer service skills and self-confidence Using public transport to broaden experiences and knowledge Variety of enrichment sessions including music, sport, cooking, boccia, multi gym, art and swimming Class based trips theatre, Christmas shopping, meals out, visits to local places of interest 10

11 Social Enterprises and fundraising activities Integrated class-based therapy sessions What does the course lead to? Laser Independent Living Skills Learners having the skills to live as independently as possible in their preferred environment. Learning, Employability and Progression The aim of the qualification is to respond to learners needs by improving their employability skills and vocational preparedness. The qualification suite will facilitate onward progression. Sensory & Interactive Programme Pathway: Preparing for Adulthood Programme Overview The Sensory & Interactive programme area is designed to meet the needs of learners with severe or complex learning difficulties and require high levels of specialised support. Through an individual timetable and a multi-disciplinary approach, learners are encouraged to develop skills in five key areas: Communication Cognitive skills ICT and environmental control technology Physical skills Personal, social and emotional wellbeing Content As part of, and embedded within the curriculum, the students will work towards appropriate units from the OCR Life and Living course at Entry Level 1. The programme focuses on the following: Developing intentional social and communication skills in a variety of meaningful contexts (social, leisure, community) Developing relationships through interactions with familiar people Developing self-advocacy and skills in controlling/directing one s environment and those around them Providing a range of environments for learning, including community inclusion, and being able to have a proactive role in developing leisure skills and interests Developing communication and functional skills at an appropriate level through real and meaningful contexts such as cooking, shopping, games and ICT programmes Opportunities for maintaining and developing physical skills, posture and mobility Entry Requirements None required. 11

12 Assessment Methods A wide range of therapeutic and educational opportunities are provided through which the student may consolidate and further develop skills. Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy are embedded into an individual s programme and are addressed, not just by the specific therapist, but by the whole team supporting the student. Individual targets are set by this Multi-Disciplinary Team, following a detailed assessment process (using the IMPACTs assessment tool) and is celebrated with students through achievement songs and activities. Activities Individual timetables enable students needs to be met in the most appropriate format. Sessions delivered include; individual tutorial work, communication skills, communication through music and intensive interaction, community inclusion, interactive literacy, domestic skills, enterprise options, leisure enrichment options, hydrotherapy, posture and stretch programme, mobility skills and multisensory communication. What does the course lead to? This programme is designed to develop the students communication skills, active involvement in decision making, expressing preferences, self-advocacy and greater inclusion in the college and wider community Functional Skills Maths and English Pathway: Preparing for Adulthood/Vocational Title of Course/Courses (e.g. Accreditation) OCR Functional Skills Entry Level 1 - Entry Level 3 Edexcel Functional Skills Level 1 - Level 2 Course Overview Functional Skills Maths and English are delivered throughout the College from Entry Level 1 through to Level 2 and are considered stepping stone qualifications towards achieving a GCSE. Treloar College implements the national requirement which states that all students should be working towards grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English. Most further education establishments and universities require students to have achieved GCSEs to this standard, to ensure they are able to work at the required level for their course. Most employers also see this as a minimum requirement for potential employees. Functional skills are the essential skills needed for young people and adults to participate in life, learning and work. Treloar College promotes a holistic approach to functional skills, so that the skills learnt in the classroom can be transferred to other aspects of the student s life. Course Content In addition to working on general Maths and English topics, students will also learn ICT, communication skills, team working and problem-solving skills, which are important life skills. Every effort is made at Treloar College to ensure that students are provided with the necessary equipment and support to enable them to achieve their full potential. 12

13 Entry Requirements All students undergo detailed assessments in Maths, English and ICT to ascertain their ability level and identify areas for development. From these results, individual learning plans are created with targets and goals set to achieve throughout the year. Functional Skills English consists of three components to achieve a full qualification: Reading, Writing and Speaking; Listening; and Communication; Functional Skills Maths has only one component. Assessment Method Functional Skills are assessed by end of programme tests, set by recognised external awarding bodies. Activities Functional Skills are delivered through discrete sessions and embedded within the students learning programme and the waking day curriculum. What does the course lead to? All students are encouraged to work towards achieving qualifications at an appropriate level. AQA Extended Project Qualification Pathway: Vocational Course Overview The Extended Project is an opportunity for students to research a topic which they are really interested in. This can either be an area of personal interest or extend from one of their study areas. It is a qualification which is highly recognised by universities and employers. Course Content Students are required, with appropriate supervision, to: Choose an area of interest Plan, research and carry out the project Deliver a presentation to a non-specialist audience Provide evidence of all stages of product development and production for assessment Entry Requirements Students need to be studying at Level 3 and be working at Level 2 or above in Maths and English. Assessment Methods The materials to be assessed consist of four items: The production log Written report this may or may not be accompanied by an artefact A record of the presentation to a small audience Reflections and evaluations of the whole process 13

14 Activities Students will be taught the skills needed to carry out their project, for example: research skills; time management; evaluation and reflection; presentation skills. They will work independently, with appropriate support, to produce their project. What does the course lead to? A Level 3 qualification, graded A* to E, which attracts UCAS points as follows: A*= 28 UCAS points, A= 24 UCAS points, B = 20 UCAS points, C= 16 UCAS points, D= 12 UCAS Points, E= 8 UCAS points Sports Leadership Pathway: Vocational Title of Course/Courses (e.g. Accreditation) Level 1 and 2 Award in Sports Leadership Level 3 Certificate in Higher Sports Leadership Course Overview These courses aim to prepare students to independently lead safe, purposeful and enjoyable sport and activity sessions. They are fun and practical courses that focus on leading rather than technical ability. The sport and physical elements create a fun and dynamic focus, with essential health benefits improving motivation, communication and teamwork. Course Content Level 1 - Award in Sports Leadership is a practical qualification in which students must demonstrate basic skills and abilities to lead others in simple sporting activities for a small group. Level 2 - Award in Sports Leadership will give students the opportunity to develop their organisation, motivation and communication skills whilst also focusing on positive role models in sport, how to mentor others and how to use leadership skills in a variety of settings. Level 3 - Certificate in Higher Sports Leadership enables successful students to lead unsupervised groups of people in sport and recreational activities. This qualification builds upon the skills and experience gained through the Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership and the Level 2 Award in Sports Leadership. The qualification teaches generic leadership skills such as organisation, planning, communication and teamwork through the medium of sport. Entry Requirements No formal qualifications are required for Level 1 or 2. Level 3 requires a Level 2 Award in Sport Leadership Community Sports or Dance Leadership. Assessment Methods The courses are assessed by completion of a portfolio of evidence which includes assessment from observations, practical demonstrations and task based controlled assessments. 14

15 Activities Activities included in the course are: planning and leading sport sessions, organising Sports Day, planning and carrying out fitness tests, and practical sporting activities. What does the course lead to? The Sports Leadership courses provide a potential stepping stone into employment, further education or training. They provide a good foundation to progress on to other Sports Leaders UK awards or qualifications and/or a National Governing Body award. These courses develop generic leadership skills important in other areas of life and may provide a stepping stone on the pathway to lifelong volunteering. The Level 3 Award gives successful learners 16 UCAS points. 15

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