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Nominate your stars for the 10th annual BTEC Awards

Nominate your stars for the 10th annual BTEC Awards to celebrate the achievements of your exceptional BTEC learners and colleagues on the international stage.

What are the BTEC Awards?

The BTEC Awards is an annual event which allows you to reward and celebrate the achievements of your exceptional BTEC learners and colleagues on the international stage.

Winners and nominators will be invited to London in the summer of 2020 for a memorable afternoon starting with a lunchtime reception at the House of Commons. This will be followed by an awards ceremony that promises an afternoon of inspiration and live entertainment. Winners will be able to celebrate their accomplishments and collect their BTEC Award on stage from a guest presenter.

Meet the winners of the BTEC Awards 2019

What categories can you nominate for?


 BTEC Learner Categories

 BTEC Teacher and Provider Categories

 BTEC Art and Design Learner of the Year  BTEC Teacher of the Year                                            
 BTEC Business and Enterprise Learner of the Year  BTEC Tutor of the Year
 BTEC Child and Social Care Learner of the Year  BTEC College of the Year
 BTEC Construction Learner of the Year  BTEC Apprenticeship Provider of the Year
 BTEC Creative Media Learner of the Year  BTEC School of the Year
 BTEC Engineering Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Learner of the Year  
 BTEC IT and Computing Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Land-based Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Music Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Performing Arts Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Protective Services Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Science Learner of the Year  
 BTEC Sport Learner of the Year  

Check out the criteria for nominations here

How can you nominate?

Before you start

Firstly, you can only nominate someone for the BTEC Awards 2020 if you are a teacher, tutor, Head of Department or trainer involved with teaching the BTEC qualification of the student you want to nominate.

If you are a student or a parent, you can’t nominate directly, although the good news is that you can ask a teacher or trainer involved with teaching BTEC to nominate on your behalf.

Need some guidance on how to go through the nomination process?

Check out our handy slides or watch this video that talks you through the process. 
Don’t forget there's no limit on how many times you can nominate!


Find out more at

The deadline for nominations is Friday 3rd April 2020.

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