BTEC courses are vocational in nature and are thus more practical routes of academic study. Each course will have a larger coursework element to the assessment method. All our BTEC courses are studied at level 3 meaning they are ideally suited to progression into University or Higher-Level Apprenticeships. BTEC courses come in different sizes and are the equivalent to either one or two A-Levels.

To study a BTEC level 3 course you will need a minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4. BTECs can also be studied alongside A-Level courses if entry requirements are met.

BTEC Engineering Course

The BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Engineering will be made up of 360 guided learning hours and is equivalent to 1 A…

BTEC Health and Social Care Course

This course provides an exciting opportunity for students who are looking to gain knowledge of Health and Social Care. It is a very…

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