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BTEC

Abbreviation for:
British and Technical Education Council (Medspeak-UK)
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"These eight new short courses represent a 40% increase in the number of courses that BTEC will be able to provide to professionals in industry," said Gary Gilleskie, director of BTEC and a co-PI on the project.
She received a letter, dated August 16, which said that "necessary changes" had been made to this year's grade points table for BTEC Tech Award qualifications.
Other outstanding achievements include Isabelle Groves, Lillia Messaoudi, Ellie Borland, Saahirah Amin, Felicity Barnes, Kirsty Bull, Megan Kennedy, Courtney Mclaughlin, Mollie Melvin, Megan Rhodes, Ellie-Louise Harper and Darcy Sturdy, who each attained a Distinction* grade in their BTEC Level 3 qualification in public services.
Accepted in over 200 universities worldwide, BTEC is a highly regarded, career-focused qualification, studied in over 60 countries.
She added: "This year, to celebrate the diversity of talent, for the very first time, every award category will be open to all BTEC students, apprentices, teachers or providers, at any level, anywhere in the world.
WMG Academy for Young Engineers provides GCSE, A-level and BTEC education for 14 to 19-year-olds.
At A-level 43% of students achieved high grades of A* - B and at BTEC level 90% of students achieved this equivalent.
BTEC will be celebrating 50 years of operation in 2017, and the opening of our new facility will provide enhanced services and more opportunities for our current and future participants, BTEC Executive Director Mona Leece said.
Designer Samantha Hough BTEC L3 Fashion Year 2 student Model Natalie Smith
Gateshead College's Lewis Pendleton (front, left) with college ambassadors Jon-Lewis Dickinson, Steph Bannon and Zach Kibiridge at the launch of the new BTEC Level Three in Sport.
Tucker said that 39 students successfully gained their Pearson BTEC Premier Skills Community Coaching Award.