BTEC in Vocational Studies

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BTEC in Vocational Studies

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Summary:

This course is designed for students who want to develop their knowledge in a vocationally related context. You can study a range of units and use them as tasters for further study or employment options. There are two compulsory units - Self-assessment and career progression which will help you improve your confidence and look at the skills you need to develop to improve your job prospects. We will be doing Forest school which inludes conservation work and skills such as shelter building, making fires to cooking food and whittling. We will also be doing basic cooking and practical skills such as carpentry, sports and multi-media.

The course is available at entry level 3 and level 1…

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Summary:

This course is designed for students who want to develop their knowledge in a vocationally related context. You can study a range of units and use them as tasters for further study or employment options. There are two compulsory units - Self-assessment and career progression which will help you improve your confidence and look at the skills you need to develop to improve your job prospects. We will be doing Forest school which inludes conservation work and skills such as shelter building, making fires to cooking food and whittling. We will also be doing basic cooking and practical skills such as carpentry, sports and multi-media.

The course is available at entry level 3 and level 1. You will also also have the opportunity to improve your maths, english and ICT skills.

If you're not sure which direction you want to go in this may be the course for you.

Course Code: S3725 Minimum Age: 16 Maximum Age: 19 Start Date: 03/09/2012 End Date: 06/07/2013 Course Length: 1 year Course Schedule: 3 days per week Entry Requirements:

No formal entry requirements but learners should be working towards entry level 3 or above for English.

Core Skills:

English, maths and ICT

Assessment:

Informal assessment of BTEC units in the classroom, exams for functional skills are generally on-line but paper-based assessments are also available

Academic Progression:
Career Progression:

You can get career advice from MINT, or from the Advice Shop in college.

Course fee: TBA Costs:

There will be costs for cooking and also for a residential trip.

Please contact the Advice Shop for details of costs and start dates.

Please note that although the information given is believed to be correct at the time of publication, course information, costs where applicable and attendance details may change.

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