Centres to maintain high NVQ standards

July 1996
People Management;07/25/96, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p53
Features the role of Institute of Personnel and Development (IPD) Awarding Body in accreditation of vocational qualifications in personnel and development. Role of IPD Awarding Body to approve centres for personnel programmes; How the body keeps in regular contact with all the centres for concerns and up-to-date information and guidance; Quality assurance in the centres.


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