Priestley College

Vocational Studies (BTEC Introductory Diploma)

Priestley College
In Warrington

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Typology BTEC
Location Warrington
  • BTEC
  • Warrington
Description

The BTEC Introductory Diploma is designed to give you an opportunity to explore and study a variety of different vocational areas to help you to develop personal skills, increase confidence and achieve your full potential.

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Government funding available

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Location

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Warrington (Cheshire)
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WA4 6RD

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· Requirements

There are no special qualifications needed to take this course.

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Course programme

BTEC Introductory Diploma in Vocational Studies

WHY TAKE VOCATIONAL STUDIES?
The BTEC Introductory Diploma is designed to give you an opportunity to explore and study a variety of different vocational areas to help you to develop personal skills, increase confidence and achieve your full potential. Through studying a range of topics you will be better prepared for the choices you can make when progressing on to Level 2 BTEC First or going into employment.

WHAT ARE THE KEY AREAS OF STUDY?
The BTEC Vocational Studies course requires you to complete 7 units of work covering a variety of topics. These include Business, Retail and Administration; Customer Service; ICT; Communication; Health and Safety; Travel and Tourism and Health and Social Care.

WHAT SKILLS WILL I NEED AND DEVELOP?
There are no formal qualifications needed but a good command of English is helpful. We will help you to develop your organisation skills and you will also have the opportunity to complete a range of Key Skills qualifications.

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
There are no exams on this course but you will need to collect evidence of your work in the form of a portfolio. You will complete work in a variety of ways to assess your ability which will include written assignments, oral presentations, practical tasks and meetings. At the end of each completed unit you are awarded either a pass, merit or distinction grade.

PRIESTLEY EXTRA
To further your vocational experience you will have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities including external visits, listening to guest speakers, Business Enterprise days and role plays.

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