#ProtectStudentChoice campaign says: drop BTEC re-approval processBack
Commenting on the campaign letter, James Kewin, Deputy Chief Executive of the Sixth Form Colleges Association that is co-ordinating the ProtectStudent Choice campaign said:
“We hope the Secretary of State will implement the three practical recommendations in this letter from the Protect Student Choice campaign before embarking on the next phase of the post-16 qualification review. The education and employer leaders that signed the letter all share the government’s ambition to create a world class 16 to 19 education system, but believe these proposals must be adopted to avoid disadvantaging young people and employers. Applied general qualifications like BTECs have a vital role to play alongside A levels and T levels in the future qualifications landscape.”.