Certification and Achievement Awards

Certificates

Candidates who successfully achieve a BTDA/GQAL qualification or award will receive a certificate.

In addition, all candidates that enter for a BTDA/GQAL qualification or award will receive a candidate profile or comment sheet.


Platinum Certificate

Candidate who achieves 90 or more marks for a regulated qualification will receive, in addition to their qualification certificate, a Platinum Certificate which highlights their significant achievement.

Star Award

Candidate who achieves the result "Honours Star" for a self-regulated qualification or award will receive, in addition to their qualification certificate, a Star Award Certificate which highlights their significant achievement.

Certificates, profiles and comments sheets will be issued to the centre through which the candidate was entered within 6 weeks of the examination taking place.


Triple Awards

Candidates who successfully achieve 3 Preparatory Examinations within a 2-year period before they are 9 years of age are eligible for a Silver Triple Award

Candidates who successfully achieve 3 Primary Examinations within a 2-year period before they are 11 years of age are eligible for a Gold Triple Award

Grade 5 Award

Candidates who successfully achieve 3 Grade 5 Examinations within a 12 month period are eligible for a Grade 5 Award.

These awards are not issued automatically and will need to be applied for by the candidate’s teacher, application forms are available on our examinations software programme ‘Examtrack’.


Pin Badges

To encourage students to be proud of what they have achieved pin badges for Ballet, Tap, Modern Jazz, Acrobatic and Lyrical for both the Lower Grade Examinations and Grades 1 through to 5 are available.  Application forms are available to teachers on our examination software programme ‘Examtrack’, alternatively candidates can request them direct from Head Office at a cost of £1.00 per badge plus £3.00 postage and packing. 

"I do not try to dance better than anyone else. I only try to dance better than myself."