- BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MUSIC OR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY (LEVEL 4 EQF)
- BTEC HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MUSIC OR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY (LEVEL 5 EQF)ù
Here you’ll find everything you need to know about BTEC Level 3 Nationals Music and Music Technology qualifications, why universities and employers are so excited about BTEC qualifications, and why around 1 in 4 students entering university in the UK do so with a BTEC.
Your new BTEC Level 3 Nationals have been designed around what you’ve told us you need. They offer:
- Combination of assessment styles
Learners can demonstrate their knowledge, skills and understanding through practical, project-based assessments.
- Music portfolio support
Opportunities for learners to develop their own music portfolio to support their entry to highereducation or employment.
- Large foundation of mandatory units
Universities and employers have evidence of a consistent level of core knowledge and skills.
- Comprehensive support
We’ve listened to your feedback and put together our most comprehensive support package yet.
Why choose BTEC Nationals?
Young people taking their first steps towards a new career need the right blend of technical and academic skills in order to become the highly skilled, work-ready
individuals employers and universities look for.
BTEC Level 3 Nationals are vocational qualifications designed to help your learners succeed.
The route to success
After 30 years of proven success, more and more employers and Higher Education institutions across the globe are
choosing BTEC-qualified candidates for their practical knowledge and employability skills.
More than a million learners choose BTEC each year.
BTEC Level 3 Nationals provide your learners with:
- modern, work-related qualifications with clear purpose and defined progression routes into higher education or employment
- the help they need to develop high-level skills employers and universities look for such as teamwork, creative thinking and presentation skills
- the opportunity to build independent research and study skills essential for success at university and in the work-place
Your qualification explained
BTEC Level 3 Nationals courses offer a flexible range of qualifications that can be studied alongside other level 3 qualifications such as
A levels or other BTEC Nationals as part of a larger programme of study, or as the main focus of study.
- They are designed for post-16 Level 3 learners wishing to go on to further or higher level study of the sector or directly to employment.
- All sizes attract UCAS points and are widely recognised by universities and employers.
- All use summative unit grading, designed to help with reporting value added through ALPS.
Your BTEC Level 3 Nationals in Music and Music Technology qualifications are available here.
BTEC Level 3 Nationals qualifications have a comprehensive range of FREE course materials available to help with planning and teaching, as well as assessing and tracking progress of your learners:
Assessment and Grading
Types of assessment
Your BTEC Level 3 Nationals Music and Music Technology qualifications take a unit-by-unit approach and offer a combination of assessment styles.
This gives your learners the opportunity to showcase their skills and apply their knowledge in an appropriate, work-related context, and provides evidence of
what they can do when they apply to enter higher education or employment.
A learner’s final qualification grade reflects their achievements across units in their BTEC Nationals course.
Both internally and externally assessed units are individually graded, and each final unit grade is allocated points.
Internally assessed units are marked and graded in the Centre (school, college or training provider) and subject to externalverification by Pearson.
Externally assessed units are marked and graded by Pearson.
Units are graded Pass, Merit or Distinction, with external units also having a N grade in most Level 3 sectors. Total points scored across all units are used to calculate the final qualification grade.
Vuoi ricevere maggiori informazioni sul corso?