SCQF Partnership urges schools to go for gold!
The SCQF School Ambassador Programme is free to join and open to any secondary school in Scotland. We introduced the tiered recognition element of the programme to make sure that all the amazing work on enhancing learning pathways being done in secondary schools across Scotland is recognised, highlighted and celebrated. Read about how three of our Ambassador schools have embraced the challenge.
Podcast - Education opportunities and support for veterans in Scotland
SCQFP Head of Partnerships and Communications, Julie Cavanagh, recently took part in a podcast focusing on the range of education opportunities available for Ex-Forces and those Serving Personnel resident in Scotland. Find out more and listen to the podcast.
Larbert High School Going for Gold!
Larbert High School has been confirmed as the very first Gold level SCQF School Ambassador. Launched in 2015, the School Ambassador programme offers secondary schools the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of the SCQF and the wider ways in which it supports learners such as recognising wider achievement, developing Senior Phase learning pathways and demonstrating equality between vocational and academic qualifications.
Veterans to set their sights on recognition
A unique project to profile and recognise the skills of veterans will launch next month. The SCQF Partnership (SCQFP) will work with colleagues at Skills Development Scotland (SDS) and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to develop an online skills profiling tool specifically for service leavers, to support them in understanding the skills they have gained in the military.
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