Accredit your Course
If you or your organisation run courses – or want to run courses – follow the links below for information on awarding bodies to contact about having your course(s) accredited.
- Arts Award Adviser
If you work with young people aged up to 25, you can train as an Arts Award adviser. The Award builds confidence, helps young people to enjoy cultural activities, and prepares them for further education or employment.
- OCN London
OCN London accredits programmes of learning for providers operating in a wide range of contexts. This includes schools (14+), further education colleges, universities, private training organisations, work-based learning in commercial businesses and public sector bodies, including HM Prison Services, voluntary sector organisations and community organisations.
OCR works with schools, colleges, workplaces and other institutions in the public and private sector. The first step to offering OCR general or vocational qualifications is becoming an approved centre.
- AIM Awards
AIM Awards is a national awarding organisation for which you or your organisation can become a recognised centre.
- The College of Teachers
The College of Teachers’ qualifications framework consists of a range of qualifications from completion certificates through to Doctoral level which are professional and academic in nature.
- Approved Provider Standard (APS)
The Approved Provider Standard is the national quality standard designed specifically for all types of mentoring and befriending projects. Projects which meet the requirements of the standard are accredited for three years.
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