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  1. Ofqual & CCEA

    Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) At Ofqual, we're responsible for maintaining standards, improving confidence and distributing information about qualifications and examinations. We regulate general and vocational qualifications in England and vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland. We give formal recognition to bodies and organisations that deliver qualifications and assessments. We also accredit their awards and monitor their activities (including their fees). We're not directly controlled by the government but report to parliament. The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) is a non-departmental public body reporting to the Department of Education in Northern Ireland.  CCEA is a unique educational body in the UK, bringing together the three areas of curriculum, examinations and assessment.  CCEA Advises Government on what should be taught in Northern Ireland’s schools and colleges. CCEA Monitors standards ensuring that the qualifications and examinations offered by awarding bodies in Northern Ireland are of an appropriate quality and standard.  As Northern Ireland’s leading awarding body CCEA offers a diverse range of qualifications, such as GCSEs, including the new GCSE Double Award specifications in vocational subjects, GCE A and AS levels, Entry Level Qualifications, and Graded Objectives in Modern Languages ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, England & Northern Ireland
  2. The Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales

    The Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales (CQFW) was formally adopted by the Welsh Government in 2002. The CQFW is managed through the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and works in close co-operation with the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW). ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Wales
  3. The Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales

    The Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales (CQFW) was formally adopted by the Welsh Government in 2002. The CQFW is managed through the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and works in close co-operation with the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW). ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Wales
  4. CQFW Level Entry 1/2/3

    Employ, recall and demonstrate elementary comprehension in a narrow range of areas, exercise basic skills within highly structured contexts and carry out directed activity under close supervision. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Wales
  5. CQFW Level 8

    Make a significant and original contribution to a specialised field of inquiry demonstrating a command of methodological issues and engaging in critical dialogue with peers; accepting full accountability for outcomes. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Wales
  6. Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership

    The SCQF Partnership was established in 2006 as a company ltd by guarantee to manage the SCQF.  The aims of the company are to: maintain the quality and integrity of the SCQF; promote and develop the SCQF as a tool to support lifelong learning; develop and maintain relationships with other frameworks in the UK, Europe and internationally. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  7. Ofqual & CCEA

    Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) At Ofqual, we're responsible for maintaining standards, improving confidence and distributing information about qualifications and examinations. We regulate general and vocational qualifications in England and vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland. We give formal recognition to bodies and organisations that deliver qualifications and assessments. We also accredit their awards and monitor their activities (including their fees). We're not directly controlled by the government but report to parliament.The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) is a non-departmental public body reporting to the Department of Education in Northern Ireland.  CCEA is a unique educational body in the UK, bringing together the three areas of curriculum, examinations and assessment.  CCEA Advises Government on what should be taught in Northern Ireland’s schools and colleges. CCEA Monitors standards ensuring that the qualifications and examinations offered by awarding bodies in Northern Ireland are of an appropriate quality and standard.  As Northern Ireland’s leading awarding body CCEA offers a diverse range of qualifications, such as GCSEs, including the new GCSE Double Award specifications in vocational subjects, GCE A and AS levels, Entry Level Qualifications, and Graded Objectives in Modern Languages ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, England & Northern Ireland
  8. Entry Level 1

    Entry 1 ranges from the most elementary of achievements to beginning to make use of skills, knowledge or understanding that relate to the immediate environment. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, England & Northern Ireland
  9. Entry Level 2

    Achievement at Entry level 2 reflects the ability to make use of skills, knowledge and understanding and carry out simple, familiar tasks and activities with guidance. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, England & Northern Ireland
  10. Entry Level 3

    Achievement at Entry 3 reflects the ability to make use of skills, knowledge and understanding, to carry out structured tasks and activities in familiar contexts, with appropriate guidance where needed. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, England & Northern Ireland

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