January 2022 Construction update
Here is your January 2022 update, bringing you the latest from the Construction sector.
In this update:
- Latest guidance on conducting external assessment in 2022 and managing absences
- January and February 2022 Results days
- Summer 2022 external assessment timetables
- New BTEC Tech Award in Construction and the Built Environment on 2024 performance measures
- Consultation for Potential new Tech Award in Digital Modelling and Design
- VQ bulletins
Latest guidance on conducting external assessment in 2022 and managing absences
We have created this infographic to guide you in managing absences, in relation to learners taking external assessments.
On the 4 January, we have updated our guidance relating to Special Considerations, Alternative Accommodation and Examination Invigilation, which you can find on the link below.
Access all information on the adaptations and guidance from the teaching, learning and assessment in 2021/2022 page below.
Teaching, learning and assessment in 2022
January and February 2022 Results days
- January 2022 BTEC Nationals results day – 23.03.2022
- February 2022 BTEC First and Tech Award results day – 06.04.2022
Summer 2022 external assessment timetables
You can access all timetables from the exam timetables page below.
DfE 2024 performance tables update
New BTEC Tech Award in Construction and the Built Environment on 2024 performance measures
On the 10th December, the DfE has confirmed the qualifications that are on the performance tables in 2024. We are pleased to confirm that 603/7051/8, Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Construction and the Built Environment has been approved for the 2024 Key Stage 4 Performance tables.
See the list of BTEC Tech Awards approved for 2024 performance measures
Consultation for Potential new Tech Award in Digital Modelling and Design
Pearson is consulting on a new Tech Award for 14-16 year old's which could provide a new vocational route in digital modelling and design, helping to prepare learners for new roles in Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing sectors that require Digital design skills. We are very interested in your views please see the following draft curriculum and survey.
As per previous communications, please make sure that you are receiving the VQ bulletins. These bulletins have valuable information and are designed to keep you up to date with the latest information.