When a SCQF seminar becomes a SCQEMINAR…?

By Anthony O’Reilly, Development Officer at SCQF Partnership I was deeply saddened to hear of the recent demise of Brangelina.  But that’s because I love a good portmanteau word. For me they are often more evocative than the individual words … Continued

Meet Helen, Development Officer

The latest member to join the SCQF Partnership team is Helen Murdoch who joins us from the College Sector. Here’s an insight into her background and a little about what Helen will be doing to support the SCQFP. Tell us … Continued

Meet Ross, Partnership Officer

Tell us a bit about your career to date My career has begun in earnest since joining the SCQF Partnership in July. Over the last decade, I studied History at the University of Glasgow, completing an undergraduate degree in 2010, … Continued

‘Let’s break barriers to offer seamless routes to work’

Mr Rob Wallen commenced his role as the new chair of the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership (SCQFP) board on 1st April 2016, fifteen years since the world’s oldest complete qualifications framework was established. We are delighted to welcome … Continued

Developing the Young Workforce in Action

Guest Blog Post: Julie Anderson is Team Leader for Senior Phase Pathways & College Partnerships within the Senior Phase/ Developing the Young Workforce Unit in the Scottish Government’s Learning Directorate. I have been involved in Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) senior … Continued

Modern Apprenticeship and the SCQF: Jonathan’s story

Jonathan Campbell is the winner of Scotland’s Modern Apprentice Ambassador of the year 2015. He undertook his Modern Apprenticeship in web design with NS Design Ltd and achieved a qualification at SCQF Level 6 (Diploma for Telecoms and IT Professionals). … Continued

Modern Apprenticeships on the SCQF

By Pauline Sutton, Project Officer at SCQF Partnership  MA means different things to different people depending on the context you’re working in.  In fact I found a listing of 138 different definitions of the acronym but for the purpose of … Continued