What did they do?
At City & Guilds, they create relevant qualifications that help people gain the skills that employers value. Their qualifications and flexible learning options enable people to unlock their potential and progress in their careers.
Relevant vocational qualifications
Over 500 qualifications have been developed in conjunction with key organisations in 28 industries. That’s why they are recognised by employers worldwide. Their qualifications are delivered by colleges, training providers and employers. They are available at all levels, from entry-level to the equivalent of a postgraduate degree, and so offer clear pathways to career progressions.
They are an Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation, providing a wide range of vocational qualifications to FE Colleges and private training providers.
As an Ofqual regulated awarding body, all of their qualifications are guaranteed to conform to a high standard. They take steps to ensure that all centres that offer a TQUK qualification are provided with the support they need to give the best possible service to their learners.
Built and developed with flexibility in mind, TQUK offers a wide range of qualifications. Each qualification is recognised by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation England (Ofqual) and can be adapted to suit the learner’s needs.
The Panamerican University was born in Costa Rica in 1988 as the fifth Private University duly authorized before the governing body of private universities CONES UP (Session No. 125-88 of December 17, 1988), as an important alternative that is given to The Costa Ricans to be able to develop like true professionals.
In their academic offer, they have offered training to professionals who today stand out as major civil and public sector employees in careers. To train professionals with academic excellence, integral, change-generating leaders, committed to building an equitable, just and humane society with global responsibility and to be a university committed to teaching quality.
Due to academic excellence, our university was the cradle and gave shelter to many other study centres that today are developed as independent universities: College Sapientia today Universidad Hispanoamericana; College San Agustín today University of Sciences and the Arts and more.
Unicaf University is a Pan African independent, recognised university, combining the best elements of international education, offering high quality internationally recognised qualifications.
The University has branch campuses and or learning centres in 9 different countries in Africa and is registered and approved by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in Malawi and the Higher Education Authority of Zambia (HEA).
Unicaf University pursues excellence in teaching, student achievement and satisfaction in a continually improving academic environment. The University aims to become the leading university in sub-Saharan Africa, recognised for its outstanding contribution to teaching, learning and research.
The Unicaf University campuses offer students the opportunity to earn high quality internationally recognised qualifications at a very low cost. Unicaf University aims to offer students the chance to boost their knowledge and personal skills, advance their careers and build the lives they are dreaming of.
About Pearson VUE
More than 450 credential owners across the globe choose Pearson VUE to help develop, manage, deliver and grow their testing programs. From online practise tests to high-stakes, proctored exams that require the industry’s most secure testing environments, Pearson VUE is the leader in computer-based testing — and much more.
They call it the Pearson VUE difference. They built the Pearson VUE business on state-of-the-art technology that enables them to reliably deliver exams and provide the highest levels of service to their clients and their candidates around the world.
About HRDF (Human Resources Development Fund)
They are governed by the Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Act 2001 (PSMB Act 2001) and under the purview of the Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia to catalyse the development of current and future workforce to support Malaysia’s vision of becoming a high-income economy.
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