Thinking of studying a
BTEC in Business?
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Could you be the next…Tim Campbell, MBE?
The first apprentice to be hired by Lord Alan
Sugar, he has gone on to become founder of
Bright Ideas Trust, which gives young
entrepreneurs a chance to start up in
business with equity funding and advice from
business experts.
2005: Won The Apprentice
earning £100,000 salary.
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2007: Set up Bright Ideas
Trust to help budding
entrepreneurs.
2007: Became a Social
Enterprise Ambassador as
part of a government
initiative that aims to apply
modern business solutions
to social and environmental
problems.
2012: Made a Member of
the Most Excellent Order of
the British Empire (MBE)
for services to enterprise
culture.
Thinking of studying a BTEC in Business?
In this presentation you’ll find
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Working in the
Business sector
The skills and
knowledge you need
What you’ll learn
studying a BTEC
Where can BTEC take you?
My story… Kirsty Fishwick,
BTEC Business Student of the
Year
Your career choices with a
BTEC
Why choose a BTEC?
Recognised by universities
and employers
Your journey through
education
Succeed with BTEC
A ‘real world’ approach to
learning
Who can help me?
Ask your teacher and find out
more
Working in the
Business Sector
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Working in the Business sector
The Skills you need
Alongside your business skills, you’ll need:
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Digital skills
Internet research, using
applications for presenting ideas
or producing an ePortfolio
Creative skills
Finding innovative business
solutions or presenting ideas in a
compelling way
Communication
skills
Across many functions such as
HR, customer services, sales and
marketing
BTEC Business
What you’ll learn
BTEC in Business
teaches the
knowledge and skills
you need to work in
business
Learn about different
types of business and
their place in the
diverse world of
business
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Investigate factors
affecting a start-up
business and assess
the potential risks
Apply numeracy skills
for business
management such as
budgeting, planning
and making a profit
Why choose BTEC?
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Why choose BTEC?
5 reasons
Recognised by schools, colleges,
universities and employers
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Progress to further education, training
and employment
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Present your work in
a variety of ways
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Practical, real-world approach
to learning
Assessment happens
throughout the course
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Your journey through education and training
BTEC Firsts can be studied as part of a
broad and balanced curriculum, either
alongside GCSE or as part of a Study
Programme.
Qualification Map
Further Education
Higher Education
BTEC Apprenticeships
Employment
Level 3
(Key Stage 5)
BTEC Nationals
A Levels (GCE)
Levels 1 & 2
(Key Stage 4)
BTEC Firsts
GCSE
BTEC Entry 3/Level 1
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After completing a BTEC First, learners
can go on to study BTEC Nationals,
A levels or a combination of the two.
Succeed with BTEC
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A ‘real world’ approach to learning
With BTEC, you'll be assessed throughout the
course, on a range of assignments, rather than in
one final exam
BTECs let you present your work in a way that
suits your style and makes the best of what you
produce
Producing
posters and
leaflets to
promote a
business
Being
observed in
a role play
or in a
real work
situation
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Website or
an
ePortfolio –
an online
bank of your
work
Giving a
presentation
to an audience
Where can BTEC take you?
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Outstanding BTEC Business and Enterprise
Student Kirsty Fishwick
Kirsty’s BTEC Experience
• Working independently and as part of a team
• Talking to entrepreneurs and business leaders
• Inspiration for work placement and university
Where next for Kirsty?
• Currently studying BTEC Level 3 in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
• Will be attending Durham University to study Business Management
Kirsty Fishwick
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BTEC Business opens doors to careers as. . .
Web Analyst
Project Manager
Accountant
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Marketing Manager
Who can help me?
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Talk to your teacher to find out more about
BTEC in Business
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