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 Criminology Course

An understanding of criminology is relevant to many job roles within the criminal justice sector, social and probation work and…

BTEC Engineering Course

BTEC Level 3 Engineering diploma will be made up of 720 guided learning hours and is equivalent to 2 A Levels. It comprises of…

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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