OCR certifications

September 2003
IT Training;Sep2003, OCR p19
Trade Publication
The Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR) CLAIT Suite of IT User Qualifications and the iPRO Suite of FT Professional multiple options for beginners through to expert levels, incorporating aspects of leading vendor programmes from Certiport Inc., Cisco Inc., Comptia and Microsoft Corp. Programmes of study can be tailored to meet individuals needs from single-unit certification to full qualifications. The delivery methods are flexible to accommodate different learning styles and needs, from e-learning to classroom-based activities. OCR is a leading Great Britain-based awarding body, providing a wide range of qualifications to meet the needs of learners of all ages and abilities. Each year, more than three million students gain OCR qualifications, which are offered by 13,000 centres ranging from training providers, SMEs and multinational businesses to education establishments.


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