BTEC Awards 2021: Deadline Extended


You now have until Friday 16 April (midnight GMT) to submit a nomination for the BTEC Awards 2021. 

We know this year has been filled with uncertainty and challenge, and we’re keen to hear how your centre has supported staff and learners through it. It’s quick and easy to enter the BTEC Awards – and you might just be our next winner!

Why should you submit a nomination? 

    • Recognise exceptional achievement
      • There will be some extra special stories to celebrate in 2021 and we want to hear about those learners, educators, schools and colleges that lit the way during an extraordinary year.
    • A great PR opportunity for your centre
      • BTEC Award winners will be offered many press opportunities and will also have a professional video case study created.
    • Looks great on a CV
      • A BTEC Award offers kudos and recognition on an international level.

BTEC Awards Categories

Learner Awards:

  • BTEC Art and Design Learner of the Year
  • BTEC Business and Enterprise Learner of the Year (we also accept Esports, Law and Marketing qualifications in this category)
  • BTEC Child and Social Care Learner of the Year
  • BTEC Construction Learner of the Year
  • BTEC Creative Media Learner 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 Public Services Learner of the Year
  • BTEC Science Learner of the Year
  • BTEC Sport Learner of the Year

Educator Awards:

  • BTEC Teacher of the Year
  • BTEC Tutor of the Year

Provider Awards:

  • BTEC College of the Year
  • BTEC School or MAT of the Year
  • BTEC International Centre or Institution of the Year

To find out more about the BTEC Awards and enter, visit:


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