Step 1 - Planning
Planning is your first step in delivering BTEC. Here you’ll find support for everything from building a team and recruiting learners to writing assignments.
What is a BTEC?
BTECs are work-related vocational qualifications, available across a wide range of industry sectors. They’ve been delivered for more than 25 years and are recognised by schools, colleges, universities, employers and professional bodies across the UK and in over 100 countries worldwide.
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Centre and qualification approval
Before you can offer our BTEC qualifications, you need to gain approval.
Recruiting your learners
You can find guidance on recruiting learners and any specific restrictions on who can take a particular programme in the course specification. To find the specification for your course, choose the relevant BTEC qualification, click on your subject and then select the course materials tab.
Find free resources to promote BTECs during your options evenings
Specifications and resources
Once you’re approved to offer BTECs, you can start to plan your teaching by reviewing the structure and content outlined in the course specification. You’ll find this in the course materials tab on the subject page for your BTEC, along with additional resources to help you plan your teaching such as textbooks, schemes of work and study skills activities.
To find the specification for your course, choose the relevant BTEC qualification, click on your subject and then select the course materials tab.
What is quality assurance?
Quality assurance is at the heart of our BTEC qualifications. It’s how we ensure the quality and standard of internal assessments in all BTEC centres.
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