Student Road map to June 22
You have said you love the blend of the Construction qualification that varies so much in content to give a true reflection of the industry. This could be picking up a trowel to develop bricklaying skills, designing a new family home and the initial insight into architect through to planning your own housing development with the use of science and mathematics. Student’s feel this subject stands out as a programme they didn’t think they would have the chance to experience until the started further education.
You have said you would like more time within a practical construction environment so as a result we are investigating in building state of the art environments within your academy and setting a benchmark for vocational qualifications at key stage 4.
Apprenticeships Related to this GSCE/BTEC
Following completion of the BTEC Level 2 in Construction and the Built Environment you can pursue an apprenticeship in the following vocational trades:
- Painting and Decorating
- Gas Engineer
A-Levels/Higher Qualifications you can study after this GCSE/BTEC
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment
Completion of this qualification can lead to academic and professional routes in careers including:
- Site Manager
- Building Surveyor
- Interior Designer
- Site Inspector
- Quantity Surveyor
This link will support in revision of the mathematics towards Unit 2: Scientific and Mathematical Applications for Construction
This link will support in revision of the science towards Unit 2: Scientific and Mathematical Applications for Construction
This link will support in revision of perspective drawing towards Unit 3: Construction and Design
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At Discovery we aim to help students develop and grow into young adults who are ready and able to go out confidently into the world.
Our students make informed option choices based on a pathway appropriate to their career aims.