Post-16 BTEC Extended Diploma
Students are able to choose from either a BTEC Level 3 Science Programme or A Level. Whichever of these 2 qualification programmes they choose, they will also spend a day completing Challenge Projects (and this includes an extended project qualification) and doing Core Maths (unless they are taking A Level Maths).
Minimum entry requirement for BTEC courses 5 x 9-4 GCSEs with an average grade of 5 Including Double Science (grade 6) or Triple Science ( grade 5) and Maths (grade 5) and English (grade 4).
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science
BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care
“Vocational qualifications are becoming increasingly attractive to employers particularly as they encourage students to develop real-life, 21st century skills such as problem-solving and team work. They also play an important role in promoting social mobility. Our own research finds businesses either prefer new recruits to hold a mix of both academic and vocational qualifications, or value academic and vocational qualifications equally. Perhaps that’s why more students now go to university with a BTEC than ever before.”
Rod Bristow, President of Pearson’s UK business
Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd of September and Wednesday 3rd November 5pm to 8pm. Click here for further information.
Year 9 and 10 students to arrive between 5pm-6.30pm (on all days)
Year 12 to arrive between 6.30-8pm (on all days)
Students in other age groups are welcome to attend at anytime between 5pm-8pm if unable to attend in the year-focused time slots.