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BTEC

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBTECBTEC /ˈbiːtek/ noun [countable, uncountable]  (Business and Technical Education Council) a range of examinations that are done by students in England and Wales at different levels in a variety of subjects relating to work. BTEC courses are usually done after the age of 17.GNVQ a BTEC Diploma in Art and Design
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BTECThe other was doing a BTEC first diploma at Newcastle college.This is particularly true of the BTEC National which has a complex course structure.Pupils on the BTEC Diploma in Caring Course raised the money by washing cars.
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