BTEC Level 1/2 Tech Award in Enterprise (14-16) from September 2022
Qualification number: 603/7063/4
This page covers our BTEC Level 1/2 and Level 2 qualifications in Business and Enterprise:
Qualification number: 603/7063/4
The specification and sample assessment materials can be found below:
We've retained many key features of our current BTEC Tech Awards:
New additions to meet KS4 performance measure requirements will include:
This session is aimed at UK based teachers, lecturers or trainers preparing to deliver the revised BTEC Tech Awards in Enterprise from 2022. This live session will provide you with an opportunity to interact with the presenter who will take you through:
- Course at a glance – an overview of the qualification structure
- Assessment – the types and requirements along with tips for approaching these
- Grading at component and qualification levels
- Planning your programme - the ongoing support and resources available to you
These events, and the qualifications covered, are suitable for UK Centres ONLY. Pearson has reviewed the format and content of all its training events to ensure the security of its examinations.
If you started delivering the Tech Award in September 2021 your learners will be claiming certification in 2024. This means that they will be studying for the new (2022) Tech Award qualification.
The new qualification requires you to use Pearson Set Assignments (PSAs) for Components 1 and 2 and these PSAs will not be available in the 2021-2022 school year. The new qualification also requires Component 3 to be assessed in the year that learners claim certification.
This means that no assessment for the new qualification can take place in the 2021-2022 school year. In terms of content there is very little change so you can still deliver this. You may also be interested in developing enterprise skills in your learners via the tycoon competition run by the Peter Jones Foundation which is an ideal way to develop enterprise skills and which provides teaching resources to help you.
Included in the DfE Key stage 4 performance tables for 2022 and 2023.
Last registration: 31 December 2024
Final certification: 31 December 2026
The BTEC Firsts are not included in DfE performance measures.
The Level 2 BTEC Technical Certificate in Business Enterprise (240 glh) is for post 16 learners intending to progress directly to employment in a business, or to a Level 3 Technical qualification or an Apprenticeship.
The Level 2 BTEC Technical Certificate in Marketing (240 glh) is for post 16 learners and can be taken as part of a wider study programme. It's an ideal qualification for learners who are intending to progress directly to employment in an administrative role, or to a business administration apprenticeship.
The Level 2 BTEC Technical Certificate in Marketing (240 glh) is for post 16 learners who are interested in a career in marketing. The qualification is included in performance tables.
The new BTEC options tool has been designed to help you talk to learners about their next steps. The website civers employability skills and post-BTEC career options.
We have also provided a poster and an editable teacher handout.
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You will find a range of on-demand, live and self-guided training courses creating flexible options for learning at a time that suits individual needs.
All BTEC external assessments in 2022 are expected to go ahead.
We have created this infographic to guide you in managing absences, in relation to learners taking external assessments.
We will keep you updated with any decisions relating to this, and any additional guidance that is released to support centres, should a policy change occur.
Contingencies in the event that examinations are cancelled or there is widespread disruption: DfE issued contingency guidance in Autumn 2021 following the above consultation outcome.
This document outlines the arrangements that could be put in place if examinations and other assessments are no longer viable:
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You can then complete the rest of the online form providing all the information relevant to your case, attach the assignment brief once you have submitted the case.
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Updated every year the BTEC Centre Guides provide details of the procedures you need to follow with regards to assessment and internal verification.
The Pearson Quality Advisor Team offer a range of free online events to support all aspects of Quality Assurance in relation to your BTEC programmes. Whatever your role, please take a look at our list of events on offer on our Quality Support Hub Events page. These events are offered on different days and at different times so we are sure you will find a slot to suit you and your teams.