We are delighted to announce that this week, the DfE have approved the Active IQ Level 3 Tech Level Diploma and Level 2 Technical Certificate in Physical Activity, Fitness and Exercise Science for funding and inclusion in the new 16-19 performance tables.
In her outgoing speech as Chief Regulator, Glenys Stacey took the opportunity to discuss the recently published regulatory report regarding their findings from a recent audit of awarding organisations.
Active IQ Talent Match is a service for all training providers and employers operating in the active leisure sector and for experienced and qualified tutors, assessors and Internal Verifier's looking for freelance opportunities or full or part-time employment.
Ofqual has carried out several extensive consultations during 2014 and 2015, with the outcomes of these consultations seeing both the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) being withdrawn.
Active IQ recently reviewed a number of its qualifications and has taken the decision to withdraw the Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Delivering Physical Activities to Children Under 5 (QCF) on the 31st January 2016.
Over 200 delegates from the sector's top training providers, employers, higher education providers and commercial vocational providers gathered together at the second annual Active Training Awards Ceremony.
Apprenticeships Certificates England (ACE) have been working closely with awarding organisations over the past few months to create an online acceptable evidence guide for training providers who claim full apprenticeship certificates. Find out more here.