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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Of course other schools have used the GNVQ to this effect, though to a lesser extent.
After passing his GNVQ in business, Mark progressed on to an NVQ in business and soon discovered the advantages of working beyond the classroom.
Schools widely used the GNVQ to help boost their exam results for league tables, despite criticism that it was an easier option than traditional GCSEs.
She also passed her GNVQ in ICT at the end of Year 10.
Unlike old the GNVQ however, BTEC students do not have to focus on one occupation.
``I have always wanted to work with children so I chose the GNVQ because it gave me the chance to work while I'mlearning.''
Art and design student Annette Knox, 20, took a GNVQ in art and design at Filton College, Bristol, after leaving school before finishing her A-levels.
Haywood and her team aim to give Castle Vale residents `an edge on other city-wide applicants' by putting them through GNVQ (General National Vocational Qualification) courses in manufacturing as well as an intensive paint shop programme.
This article, prepared by two members of the national working party who wrote the Advanced General National Vocational Qualification (GNVQ) in Management Studies, will attempt to address some of the questions in terms of who might want the qualification, how it is hoped that it will meet the diverse requirements of the target market, and how it relates to the Management Charter Initiative (MCI) management standards and other management qualifications.
Before entering the world of marketing, Amanda attended Upton by Chester County High School where she gained nine GCSEs before attaining her BTEC Advanced GNVQ in business studies, CLAIT level 3, City & Guilds in accounts, and a GCSE in accounts at The Grange Centre, in Ellesmere Port.
Their five passes included the discredited and low-grade GNVQ exams, which (for some reason) count for four GCSE passes each.
The two year course is open to learners with relevant experience or inexperienced students with a Level 3 qualification such as A Levels or GNVQ.