What is an NCFE Level 1 qualification equivalent to?
Level 1 – These are equivalent to up to GCSE Grade D (3) and are often studied in preparation for Functional Skills Level 2.
Is NCFE a Recognised qualification?
The NCFE is recognised as an awarding organisation by the qualification regulators for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, including Ofqual, the Welsh government, and the CCEA in Northern Ireland.
What is a NCFE qualification equivalent to?
An NCFE qualification at level 3 is the equivalent level to an A-level, as is an NVQ Level 3. Many universities will accept it towards entrance on a course.
What is Level 1 Health and Social Care?
Qualifications in Level 1 Skills for Professions in Health & Social Care aim to provide learners with the skills and knowledge required to progress to further study related to health and social care and ultimately to work in this or related sectors. The qualifications are available as an Award and Certificate.
Do NCFE qualifications expire?
Important: This qualification will expire on 31/07/2022 and this is the last date we can accept learner registrations. The last date for certificate claims is 31/07/2024.
How long does an NCFE qualification last for?
Replacement certificates can only be requested for qualifications awarded within the last 10 academic years (from the date of application). For CACHE qualifications awarded before this, we may be able to issue a Proof of Qualification, if we hold a record of your achievement on our database.
Can you go to uni with NCFE?
Large UK universities, including Russell Group institutions, support our qualifications. They accept these as a valid entry route to HE*. “Our results show that NCFE qualifications cover the essential foundational knowledge needed to provide learners with access to higher education studies.”
What jobs can you get with health and social care Level 1?
WHAT CAN I DO AFTER?
- Nursing auxiliaries and assistants.
- Health professionals.
- Health associate professionals.
What jobs can you get with BTEC health and social care?
Relevant BTEC: You might work in hospitals, clinics, health units, community settings and midwifery units alongside other healthcare professionals including GPs, health visitors and social workers. You’ll support mothers and their families throughout the childbearing process – which includes during and after pregnancy.
How is NCFE graded?
The qualification is graded at Level 1 Pass / Merit / Distinction / Distinction* and Level 2 Pass / Merit / Distinction / Distinction* (equivalent to GCSE grades 8.5-1). More information on grading can be found in Section 2.
Is NCFE internationally Recognised?
NCFE is recognised by the UK Department for Education and regulated by Ofqual, so you can be confident that we’re committed to delivering the highest standard of qualifications and service to our customers and their learners.
Who owns NCFE?
Northern Council for Further Education
What is a NCFE Level 1 English qualification?
This NCFE Level 1 English qualification may also be suitable for those learners still in education, ie 16–18 year olds, who’ve not achieved GCSE (A*– C) or Level 2 Functional Skills in English. The qualification could also be used by pre–16 learners who aren’t following a traditional GCSE route in education.
How do I get the level 1 Certificate in well-being?
To achieve the Level 1 Certificate in Well-Being, learners must successfully demonstrate their achievement of all learning outcomes and assessment criteria of the chosen units as detailed in the qualification specification. Grades are not awarded. The Level 1 Certificate in Well-Being is internally assessed.
What is the well-being qualification?
This qualification is designed for learners with an interest in developing knowledge of their own and others’ well-being. This qualification provides learners with a range of flexible units to suit their individual circumstances and interests.
What is the Functional Skills English level 1 qualification?
The purpose of the Functional Skills English Level 1 qualification is to prepare the learner for work, study and life. Learners who achieve this qualification will demonstrate the ability to read, write, speak, listen and communicate in English.