Information for Students - The ABTC
Those studying or planning to study to become qualified to work in the sector should first satisfy themselves that their chosen programme is relevant to the work they aim to carry out. The following points should be considered, particularly if the provider is not a mainstream college or university:
- The learning provider should be formally accredited.
- The programme may not satisfy all of the academic requirements.
- The programme content should be at the appropriate level.
- The academic aspects will require additional practical assessments that may not be provided.
- The tutorial staff should be suitably qualified in terms of their knowledge of the subject and teaching skills.
- Confirm with your chosen professional organisation that they will accept your proposed study plan.