What is the difference between A-Level and Vocational courses?

One of the main differences between a BTEC and A Levels is the way students learn and are tested. A Levels mainly involve two years of study with exams at the end, whereas BTECs are assessed throughout the two years through a combination of tests, coursework and practical projects.


We've put together an online brochure highlighting the difference between A level and Vocational courses in more details, as well as giving you an over view of the Vocational courses we off here at The Henley College > Click here


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