GNVQ


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GNVQ

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Education) general national vocational qualification: a qualification which rewards the development of skills which are likely to be of use to employers
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GNVQ

(Brit Sch) abbr of General National Vocational Qualification˜ Berufsschulabschluss m
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Participants also study towards an GNVQ level two in retail.
Another fact that has allowed Birmingham to boost its results for children in their final year of compulsory education has been a growing trend of putting pupils through the GNVQ route.
Pupils can do a GNVQ in a variety of subjects, such as ICT or technology, and it is then counted as four GCSEs.
The 2002 chief examiner's report on Edexcel's GNVQ in intermediate information and communication technology said: 'In some (schools and colleges) teachers either did not sign the authentication statement for all candidates or submitted an authentication statement with a photocopied signature.
Mr Malcolm, 43, of Benton, Newcastle, let his GNVQ engineering class home early one Friday and claims he is the victim of a vendetta by college bosses.
Under a point system approved by exam watchdog the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, a full GNVQ at intermediate level is equal to four GCSEs, while a part one level GNVQ equates to two GCSEs.
In 2003 she enrolled on a GNVQ course in health and social care at Coleg Glan Hafren and later enrolled on an access to nursing course.
Fostering Network's Kate Lewis said: "While it is great there has been improvement, it is disappointing that almost two-fifths who could take GCSE or GNVQ exams did not take them.
Volunteering has meant that Darren is now able to study for his GNVQ in administration and is keen to progress to study at Level Three.
People were finding it easy to obtain the Level 3 GNVQ but then couldn't go any further.
At the age of 16, he enrolled at South Tyneside College to study a GNVQ in art and design.
COLLEGE will help you progress on the career path of your choice, says Mark Hobbins, who started a GNVQ in business at Solihull College two years ago.