The following organisations belong to the SCQF Partnership Forum or are SCQF approved Credit Rating Bodies.
ADES is an independent professional network for leaders and managers in education and children's services. We inform and influence education policy in Scotland working in partnership with local and national government and other agencies.
A member-led organisation and a leading provider of professional banking qualifications. The Institute has a reputation of raising professional standards, representing qualified bankers and those working towards their professional banking qualifications.
City & Guilds is an established SCQF credit rating body with a range of provision across multiple levels and sectors.
College Development Network (CDN) is a skills and sector development agency. Our mission is to maximise the impact of education for learners across the vocational and college system in Scotland.
Colleges Scotland is the collective voice of the college sector in Scotland; striving to create cohesive and sustainable partnerships, demonstrate positive impact, acting as representatives, and campaigning for the sector.
Connect (formerly Scottish Parent Teacher Council) is the Scottish charity dedicated to supporting parental engagement in education. We work in partnership with parents, parent groups, educators and the wider education community.
Education Scotland is the national agency for promoting quality and improvement across the full range of education provision in Scotland.
HIE is a government-sponsored development agency which sets the strategic background to which its ten Local Enterprise Companies (LECs) operate.
Learning Link Scotland is an intermediary organisation, our mission is to support, promote, represent and develop third sector adult learning in Scotland.
NPFS works in partnership with national and local government and other organisations involved in education and child wellbeing issues to ensure that parents play a full and equal role in education.
Safeguarding standards and improving the quality of UK higher education wherever it is delivered around the world.
The Scottish Council for Development and Industry is an independent membership network which strengthens Scotland's competitiveness by influencing Government policies to encourage sustainable economic prosperity.
Scottish Enterprise is Scotland's main economic development agency and a non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government.It works with partners in the public and private sectors to identify and exploit the best opportunities to deliver a significant, lasting effect on the Scottish economy.
The Scottish Funding Council (SFC) is helping make Scotland the best place in the world to educate, research and innovate, through Scotland’s colleges and universities.
The Scottish Government is the devolved government of Scotland. It is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including education and health.
School Leaders Scotland is a Professional Association which provides comprehensive and tailored guidance and support to those with a leadership role in Scottish Secondary schools.
Sparqs (Student Partnerships in Quality Scotland) is a publicly-funded agency for Scotland’s university and college sectors which aims to support student engagement in the quality of the learning experience.
SQA helps people to realise their potential and to achieve their ambitions by providing a wide range of high quality, internationally recognised qualifications and services.
SQA Accreditation quality assures qualifications offered in Scotland by approving awarding bodies and accrediting their qualifications. We do this by regulating awarding bodies and their qualifications against published regulatory requirements.
The Scottish Training Federation (STF) represents over 140 training providers operating in the field of work based training across Scotland.
The STUC represents around 630,000 trade unionists, the members of 46 affiliated trade unions. They represent trade union members in and out of work, in the community and in the workplace, in all occupational sectors and across Scotland.
The Scottish Union Learning website is a resource for trade unionists in Scotland. It contains current lifelong learning and everyday skills information, including how to get involved and become a Union Learning Representative for your workplace.
Skills Development Scotland can provide you with all of the advice and guidance necessary to get the right job or develop your career. Whether you're at the stage of choosing subjects at school, selecting training, furthering your education, deciding upon a career or managing your career, SDS can help you to uncover new opportunities to fulfil your potential.
Universities Scotland is the autonomous voice of the higher education sector in Scotland. It is a membership organisation, funded by the 21 Scottish universities and colleges of higher education to support and promote them. You can find links to all the HEI websites from our website.
The national agency for youth work. It is a membership organisation and is in the unique position of representing the interests and aspirations of the whole of the sector both voluntary and statutory. YouthLink Scotland champions the role and value of the youth work sector, challenging government at national and local levels to invest in the development of the sector.