GNVQ


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GNVQGeneral National Vocational Qualification (UK)
GNVQGoing Nowhere Very Quickly
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Meanwhile, the government continued to spin to the media the story that the percentage gaining 'five A*-Cs' had doubled (using the old criterion, neglecting to explain about the GNVQ 'equivalence', and that this didn't take into account English and Maths).
GOOD CHOICE: Gemma Hodgson is training to be a nursery nurse with a GNVQ
The GNVQ unit, Milk Business, puts the student into the management of a virtual dairy -- based on some real industry experiences.
However, it is accepted that the Management Studies GNVQ may have a particular function in enabling adults, with some experience of work, to return to learning and improve their future prospects and to allow those in work to embark on a management development programme[1].
The wireless infrastructure is also preparing the school for future projects, including the expansion of its GNVQ IT courses to additional pupils.
Ali, who started a GNVQ before swapping to do A-levels, said he and his sister will be in some of the same classes next year.
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.
The 16 and 17-year-olds are all studying a GNVQ in leisure at Shelley College.
The qualification was introduced to replace the GNVQ, offered to pupils after their GCSEs, if they did not want to take the traditional academic route of A-levels.