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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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Carbonell, who also serves as chief technology officer for the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals, part of the Manufacturing USA Network to enhance the nation's manufacturing-based economy, says NC State's Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) will develop and offer new courses to train the biopharmaceutical workers of tomorrow.
Those affected are all students who took a Level 2 BTEC Tech Award in a range of subjects, including health and social care, performing arts, creative media production, engineering and enterprise.
Advanced Level and BTEC Level 3 results have maintained their strong performance.
Spanning across 21 categories, the BTEC Awards showcase the exceptional BTEC learners and teachers that have been nominated to win a Gold, Silver or Bronze BTEC Award.
BTEC is a highly regarded career-focused qualification, studied in over 60 countries.
The academy also saw 95 per cent of engineering students awarded three Merits or higher in BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering, and an average of 77.6per cent A*-C across all A-levels.
Elise, Arielle and Shannon Conlon, from Holmfirth, all received distinctions across the board in their BTEC courses at Huddersfield New College.
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The Art exams cover a range of art and design specialisms: Fine Art, Fashion and Textiles, Graphic Design and Photography, all of which are being offered at NSC BTEC Level 2 and Level 3 options."
He said: "The BTEC is a fantastic course allowing youngsters to fulfil their sporting ambitions while continuing to study for a valuable qualification.