How our education is structured
Two parts in a college year
Every full-time college year consists of a lecture period and an internship period.
How our lecture days are structured
During a lecture day 1 unit is always central throughout the whole day, for example the unit ‘Management Accounting’. This way we can go into depth.
In the morning we focus on the new theory (Think) working college (theory combined with small exercises). In the afternoon we put all theory into practice by making assignments, projects work (Act) supported by the lecturer. We finish with a ‘end-of-day-test (EDT). This way you as well as the Lecturer gets feedback on the individual learning processes. If you work hard, work will be finished at the end of the day and you are free to relax, do sports etc in the evening. At the end of the unit there will be an exam training. This way you are well prepared for the internship (Grow).
The unit assignment and assessment
There also always is an assignment. Here you apply the theory into practice. You will draw your own conclusions and formulate advice with a critical eye. There always is a presentation part within the assignment.
The unit assessment
At the end of the BTEC unit there will be a theoretical exam. The student assignment work + the presentation will be assessed.