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The subjects and transferable skills taught in Computing directly relate to the world of work and would help you to continue with further studies in both Engineering and Computer Science at university.
Without further study, the course would equip you for roles like:
• Service Desk Analyst
• IT User Support Technician
• Trainee Applications Support Developer
• Trainee Software Developer
• Trainee Web Developer
In addition to the performing arts sector-specific content, this qualification provides learners with the opportunity to develop all-round performance skills and transferable skills such as self-confidence, self-presentation, personal discipline, time management and organisational skills which are highly regarded by higher education and employers. Other skills essential for further study include research, independent learning, extended writing, sourcing, evaluating information and drawing conclusions which are covered in the development of the units included across this course. The qualification carries UCAS points and is recognised by higher education providers as contributing to meeting admission requirements for degree courses when taken alongside other Level 3 qualifications such as A-Levels. BTEC Dance can lead to degree courses in Dance, Performing Arts and Education, professional performance work, community work and therapy courses.
The subjects and transferable skills taught in BTEC sport directly relate to the world of work and would give you a competitive advantage in the sports industry. Some options would include Sports Science, Sports Psychology, Sports Therapy, Physiotherapy, Management, Biology, Teaching. The independent study skills developed on this course are advantageous for higher education.