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BTEC

(ˈbɪˌtɜk)
(in Britain) n acronym for
1. (Education) Business and Technology Council
2. (Education) a certificate or diploma in a vocational subject awarded by this body
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In 2014, the college was ranked in the top 100 schools and colleges in the country for advanced vocational courses; making it the best college in the Tees Valley for Applied and BTEC qualifications.
Mr Tunabuna said that the BTEC team is currently carrying out testing and surveillance programs in infected areas in the Central Division Tailevu, Naitasiri, Serua and Namosi where the Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) has been recently found.
The Electrical Engineering courses are now in their second year and are proving very popular with the students who can choose from Electronics A-level or the BTEC National Certificate in Engineering and BTEC National Extended Diploma.
Tucker said that 39 students successfully gained their Pearson BTEC Premier Skills Community Coaching Award.
It's interesting that in brackets she is attributing a BTEC Diploma to four GCSEs.
The event was held in recognition of the one million students around the country who are studying BTEC qualifications this year.
An academic expert says that more UAE universities should recognize credits earned by students who obtain BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) qualifications when they decide to pursue university studies.
Mark Andrews, MENA Regional Director, Edexcel said: "We urge universities in the UAE to allow candidates who have completed BTEC National Diploma or Higher National Diploma qualifications to transfer their credits to bachelors or masters degrees.
But Wednesday's AP story reported that White - who said in June that his dealings with BTEC during the timeframe in question involved nothing more than contacting the company to help with recovery - stepped into a dispute over unpaid invoices to BTEC.
With science a specialist subject, the college has been leading on BTEC provision and this has contributed to Cockshut Hill obtaining its best ever results last year.
RISI will also establish an advisory group, made up of BTEC members, with the goal of creating the highest quality information resource for BTEC members focused on the wood biomass market.
Some employers also have in-house structured training schemes and you may be encouraged to work towards qualifications such as NVQ Level 1 in Hospitality (Front Office); Level 2 in Front Office; or Level 3 in Hospitality Supervision; BTEC National Certificate/Diploma in Hospitality (Front Office Operations); or BTEC HNC in Hospitality Management.