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Offering Training When Not Accredited?

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    sylvia hammond

    Hi to Leon, Charles, Des and Nigel,

    I recalled our discussion on accredition when I was reading the Council on Higher Education (CHE) document – entitled:
    Norms of Certification for the Higher Education sector within the context of the Higher Education Qualifications sub-framework.

    Now I would be interested to know whether there is a similar viewpoint from the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) and Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) who have Quality Assurance Partner (QAP) and Assessment Quality Partner (AQP) statuses.

    My interpretation of this quotation is that it is entirely possible to be studying something that may have the potential to attract formal assessment and credits – without studying it for that reason/outcome.

    Interested in your thoughts on this.
    Not for qualification purpose (NQP) course or module is a course or module that is part of a learning programme for a formal qualification, but for which a student elects to enrol and pursue without necessarily registering for the formal qualification.

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