What is BTEC? New Topic

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BTEC stands for Business & Technology Education Council and was established in 1984.

BTEC is a suite of international qualifications taught across the globe by leading educational institutes. Learners who undertake a BTEC qualification develop a blend of in-depth knowledge and important skills specific to a vocational sector such as IT, Business, Hospitality and Engineering.

BTECs are career-based qualifications designed to give students the skills they need to move on to higher education or go straight into employment.

When combined with academic learning in a school or college (or as a stand-alone course in further or higher education), a BTEC develops a range of practical knowledge and skills which help learners to prepare for – and progress in – their chosen career.

Classroom style teaching combined with project work and practical, work-related activities help to develop students' behavioural skills, which can include teamwork, creative thinking and presentation skills.
More employers and Higher Education institutions than ever before are choosing BTEC-qualified candidates for their academic and practical knowledge and skills.
Sagarmatha National College (SNC) is the only approved centre in Kathmandu, Nepal to offer BTEC in Information Technology (IT). SNC offers BTEC Level 3 in Information Technology (IT) which is equivalent to High school level qualifications (provide entry to university around the world).
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