|Qualification:||BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business||Type:||Vocational|
|Entry Requirements:||5 GCSEs at grade C or above including Maths and English at a grade 4||Start Date:||Sept 2017|
You will study a range of modules which might include topics such as the economic environment, introduction to marketing and social media, HR management, business law, web design and account management. You will complete case studies, projects, presentations and build a portfolio of work. It is an exciting course choice, on which you will be encouraged to think creatively. This programme will also provide you with strong employability skills which will set you up for your future career or university study. You will also be required to undertake a work experience placement.
Please note from September 17/18, BTEC programmes are changing. They will now include external assessments.
Assessments will take the form of assignments including: presentations, reports, discussions and roleplays. The type and content of these assignments will vary depending on the particular units that are being assessed.
They are graded Pass, Merit or Distinction. For every assignment you will receive an assignment brief which will clearly outline what you have to do for the assessment and how you can achieve your grades. On the BTEC Extended Diploma your final qualification will show three grades e.g. D*D*D*, DMM, MMP. The 3 grades reflect the fact that your BTEC Diploma is equivalent to 3 A Levels. Progression onto HE required a minimum MMM grade profile.
Please not from September 17/18, BTEC programmes are changing. They will now include external assessments.
Students are encouraged to enter national competitions, take part in various trips and are invited on the annual Business trip to Madrid.
You will be invited to take part in a variety of trips and visits, some of such will include a nominal fee.
Meet Charlotte Frost
After achieving a Triple Distinction* in a BTEC Extended Diploma in Business, Charlotte is now studying a Degree in Law at the University of York.