Btec dance coursework

These are one or two year qualifications giving you foundation knowledge and skills in the Health and Social Care sector, enabling you to gain employment or access to higher level qualifications.

The BTEC's in Health and Social Care provide young people with a nationally recognised vocationally specific qualification for entry into employment in the health and social care sector as well as higher education.  Learners can have a period of work experience which acts as a focal point for learning and provides experience of the sectors. Learners will also gain personal skills and attributes essential for successful performance in working life.

Linked to the strength of students’ applications is the wide range of ‘extra’ opportunities available at College beyond the ‘traditional’ academic programme. Our Enrichment programmes offer extra qualifications, experiences and opportunities to extend existing skills or acquire new ones, all of which contribute to the crucial ‘all round’ development that is part of being a student at the College. Students are encouraged to participate in courses other than their main programme of study in order to broaden their experience, develop additional skills and prepare for higher education or employment.

For each course students may find that there are additional costs. These may be with regard to the specific clothing, materials or equipment required, depending on their subject area. Some courses provide opportunities for students to undertake field work or field trips. Where these are compulsory, the cost for the travel, accommodation and meals may be covered by the University and so is included in the fee. Where these are optional students will normally (unless stated otherwise) be required to pay their own transportation, accommodation and meal costs.

One of the important differences between previous educational qualifications (and the earlier grading of A-levels) and the later GCSE qualifications was supposed to be a move from norm-referenced marking to criterion-referenced marking. [15] On a norm-referenced grading system, fixed percentages of candidates achieve each grade. With criterion-referenced grades, in theory, all candidates who achieve the criteria can achieve the grade. A comparison of a clearly norm-referenced assessment, such as the NFER Cognitive Ability Test or CAT, with GCSE grading seems to show an unexpected correlation, which challenges the idea that the GCSE is a properly criterion-based assessment. [16]

Btec dance coursework

btec dance coursework

One of the important differences between previous educational qualifications (and the earlier grading of A-levels) and the later GCSE qualifications was supposed to be a move from norm-referenced marking to criterion-referenced marking. [15] On a norm-referenced grading system, fixed percentages of candidates achieve each grade. With criterion-referenced grades, in theory, all candidates who achieve the criteria can achieve the grade. A comparison of a clearly norm-referenced assessment, such as the NFER Cognitive Ability Test or CAT, with GCSE grading seems to show an unexpected correlation, which challenges the idea that the GCSE is a properly criterion-based assessment. [16]

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