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These are sample pages from our BTEC student handbook which can be purchased as part of a Centre Quality Review Package at www.subjectsupport.co.uk

These are sample pages from our BTEC student handbook which can be purchased as part of a Centre Quality Review Package at www.subjectsupport.co.uk

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  • BTECStudent Handbook2012Name:Programme of Study 1:Programme of Study 2:Programme of Study 3:
  • BTEC Student Handbook Contents 1. Background to the Centre 2. BTEC Courses 3. Progressing with BTECs 4. Key Features of BTEC courses 5. Term dates/Units being studied 6. Assignment dates 7. Personal achievement record 8. Staff Roles and Responsibilities 9. How your work will be assessed 10.How to achieve the grades you want 11.How to appeal against grading decisions you don’t agree with 12.Plagiarism 13.Bibliographies 14.Learner Contract 15.Personal targets 16.Learner assessment declaration 2© Subject Support 2012
  • Background to the centreMission StatementVision StatementBTECS at our centreWhat is a BTEC? BTECs are work-related qualifications suitable for a wide range of students; they are designed with the needs of employers and universities in mind. They provide a practical, real-world approach to learning without sacrificing any of the essential subject theory. They can be taken alongside, or in place of, GCSEs and A levels in schools and colleges. BTECs are recognised by schools, colleges, universities, employers and professional bodies across the United Kingdom and in over 100 countries worldwide. BTECs have been around for 25 years and their reputation is second to none. They continue to be developed and updated with and for industry and in response to the needs of learners.Why are BTECs important? BTECs are valued by a large number of organisations in a wide range of sectors. Employers value the qualities that BTEC students bring to the workplace (E.g.) organisation, time management, communication and research skills. 3© Subject Support 2012
  • They offer natural progression along a vocational path, from and to academic qualifications and university. BTEC qualifications are developed with people from industry and sector skills councils to ensure that they meet employer and student needs.What is a BTEC worth and where will it take me?LEVEL 2 2010 QUALIFICATIONSize Pass Merit Distinction Distinction*Certificate 1 Grade C 1 Grade B 1 Grade A 1 Grade AExtended 2 Grade C 2 Grade B 2 Grade A 2 Grade ACertificateDiploma 4 Grade C 4 Grade B 4 Grade A 4 Grade ALEVEL 2 2012/2013 QUALIFICATIONSSize L1 Pass L2 Pass L2 Merit L2 Distinction L2 Distinction*Award 1 Grade E/F 1 Grade C 1 Grade B 1 Grade A 1 Grade A*Certificate 2 Grade E/F 2 Grade C 2 Grade B 2 Grade A 2 Grade A*Extended 3 Grade E/F 3 Grade C 3 Grade C 3 Grade A 3 Grade A*Certificate 4© Subject Support 2012
  • LEVEL 3 UCAS POINTS GCE Tariff BTEC Level3 Nationals (QCF) Qualifications points AS A Extended Diploma Subsidiary Certificate Level Diploma Diploma 420 D*D*D* 400 D*D*D 380 D*DD 360 DDD 320 DDM 280 DMM D*D* 260 D*D 240 MMM DD 200 MMP DM 160 MPP MM A* 140 D* A 120 PPP MP D B 100 C 80 PP M 70 D* A D 60 D B 50 C E 40 P M D 30 E 20 POnce you have successfully completed a Level 2 BTEC at INSERT CENTRE NAME, you havethe choice to go on to study a Level 3 BTEC. It is possible to go directly onto a Level 3 BTECif you have been successful in GCSE courses in yrs 10 and 11. When you complete yourBTEC Level 3, you can then apply for a Higher Education course at a College or University.You could also go directly into work. It’s your choice! 5© Subject Support 2012