Until recently, BTEC courses have been seen as part of further and higher education. Schools could not teach BTEC First and many of them laboured under the illusion that they could not independently offer National courses. The experiences of one school, which recently successfully underwent the process of becoming a BTEC centre for the National Diploma in Business and Finance, are outlined. Reasons for success are discussed with a view to providing a guideline enabling more schools to set up similar centres in the near future.
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