Foundation Studies: BTEC Introductory Diploma
You will study for a BTEC Introductory Diploma in Vocational Studies which covers: '¢ Preparing for Employment. Understanding your Learning and recognising your strengths. Planning and presenting your work. Financial Management. Customer Service. The Healthy Body. IT at Work. Taking part in Sport. All BTEC courses also involve work in: '¢ Maths. English. Information.
Government funding available
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Although no formal qualifications are required, it would be helpful if you like to be involved
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BTEC INTRODUCTORY DIPLOMA (FOUNDATION STUDIES)
Why study Foundation Studies?
This foundation level course will enable you to build on the skills and knowledge you already have, to gain a qualification that will give you access to a range of career and Further Education opportunities.
What do I study?
You will study for a BTEC Introductory Diploma in Vocational Studies which covers:
- Preparing for Employment
- Understanding your Learning and recognising your strengths
- Planning and presenting your work
- Financial Management
- Customer Service
- The Healthy Body
- IT at Work
- Taking part in Sport
All BTEC courses also involve work in:
- Information Technology
These are highly valued by employers.
Where does Foundation Studies take me?
Access to Further Education opportunities or employment- it can support applications for level 2 courses such as BTEC First Diplomas.