What does NCFE accredited mean?
NCFE originally stood for Northern Council for Further Education, but it dropped the full name in the 1990s. Now known simply as NCFE. It’s the UK’s longest established awarding body, as well as one of the UK’s fastest growing, which means it’s highly respected for its professionalism and quality.
What is an NCFE qualification equivalent to?
This qualification has been developed for learners aged 14-16 in schools and colleges but is also accessible for post-16 learners. It is a vocational qualification equivalent to GCSE grades 8.5 – 1.
Is NCFE Level 2 a Recognised qualification?
Yes Level 2 is equivalent and NCFE is recognised by employers.
Are NCFE qualifications Recognised by UCAS?
The results of some NCFE CACHE qualifications are reported to UCAS through Awarding Body Linkage (ABL). Results are made available to CACHE centres throughout the year.
What is an NCFE Level 2 Certificate equivalent to?
Level 2 qualifications are at a level of learning equivalent to NVQ2/GCSE grade A*-C. Qualifications and awards recognise the ability to gain, and where relevant apply a range of knowledge, skills and understanding.
Can I go to university with NCFE?
NCFE accredited qualifications support learners progression to university. Abbey College Cambridge is using NCFE’s Accreditation Services to gain recognition and endorsement for their International Foundation Programmes (IFP). These programmes are an alternative Level 3 pathway to give learners a route to university.
Are Ncfe qualifications Recognised by UCAS?
Is Ncfe cache Recognised?
NCFE is an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual), Wales (Qualification Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation).
Is an NCFE qualification any good?
It’s the UK’s longest established awarding body, as well as one of the UK’s fastest-growing. This means the NCFE is highly respected for its professionalism and quality.