How the SCQF supports Developing the Young Workforce.
Credit Points Explained
Within the SCQF the minimum number of credits recognised for a learning programme is one which represents a notional 10 hours of learning.
Old V New Diagram
Useful resource to help you compare qualifications from the 1960s through to today. Handy for parents, career advisers or for those who recruit across a wide age group.
SCQF Impact Final Report - Feb 2017
The respective 15- and 10-year anniversaries of the SCQF and SCQFP in 2016 provided a timely opportunity to review and understand the impact that both have had across Scotland. The University of Glasgow Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) was commissioned to undertake the research, with specific objectives to:
• Develop and test a robust matrix or set of indicators to measure the impact of the SCQF and SCQFP.
• Make recommendations on how the impact of the SCQF and SCQFP could be enhanced.
The final report was made available in February 2017.
My Skills, My Future Info Flyer
Information on using the 'My Skills, My Future' resource with learners.
SCQF Annual Impact Report 2017/18
SCQF Annual Impact Report measuring the value and importance of the SCQF in 2017/18.
Handy framework Diagram to help you compare qualifications in Scotland.
DofE Case Study
The DofE Leadership Programme is delivered to young people in classrooms and youth groups across Scotland. The programme was credit rated by SQA in 2011 at SCQF Level 5 with 5 credit points.
Info Guide for 16+ Learners (Realising Your Potential)
Helpful information for post school learners.
SCQF Partnership Operational Plan 2019-20
View our key activities for 2019-20