Is that on the SCQF...? Environmental Awareness and Management Programmes
NEBOSH is a global brand in health, safety, wellbeing and environmental qualifications. Its internationally recognised qualifications help to raise the competence of safety and environmental professionals as well as individuals at all levels in the workplace.
School Ambassador Blog: Kilmarnock Academy
In April 2018, Kilmarnock and James Hamilton Academies merged which brought about the need and desire to review current and best practice in both schools. It was also a good opportunity to refresh the curriculum offer available to our young people. Using labour market information, alongside projected and actual leaver data, we knew that we needed to offer alternative opportunities to support all our young people into positive destinations.
20 years of the SCQF
To celebrate 20 years of the SCQF our current Chair of the Board, Rob Wallen, reflects on how the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework has been an essential tool in allowing educational change to take place in Scotland, facilitating lifelong learning and providing equality between academic and vocational qualifications.
Is that on the SCQF...? Young STEM Leader Programmes
The Young STEM Leader Programme is an exciting opportunity for young people in Scotland to discover, create, inspire and lead in STEM. Derived from the Scottish Government’s Education and Training Strategy for STEM (2017), the programme is led by SSERC in partnership with a wide range of STEM focused organisations in Scotland.
Is that on the SCQF...? Fire Safety Programmes
With FireQual’s first qualifications now available within Scotland, a suite of qualifications is being built that supports individuals to develop the behaviours, knowledge, and skills to work within all areas and levels within the fire safety and related sectors.
FireQual’s use of the SCQF aims to provide guidance so that individuals and employers can select the most appropriate qualification to meet their needs. Firequal currently has nine programmes credit rated on to the SCQF at levels 6, 7 and 8.
The Benefits of Credit Rating for Third Parties
Read the blog from Fiona Garry, Development Officer from the SCQFP and Linda Aitken, Quality Enhancement Co-ordinator, UWS.
Having a learning programme credit rated may not only be a unique selling point for an organisation, but can also be a lifeline for the business. It shows that the organisation is serious about its product and committed to its customers, and UWS is proud to be able to support the business community in this way.
Credit Where Credit’s Due
CDN recently launched two new ‘Teaching in Colleges Today’ (TiCT) SCQF credit rated programmes, one at SCQF level 7 and the other at SCQF level 8, which have been developed to better meet the initial professional development needs of new college lecturers coming into the sector.
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