NOCN

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NOCNNational Open College Network
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The survey, carried out by leading awarding body NOCN, assessed against a number of different criteria relating to the quality of customer service, from the certification and invoicing process to general communication.
LEARNING: Michael Evans, 17, has completed the unique NOCN Introduction to Angling and the Environment course in Cardiff
NOCN is one of only four major national awarding bodies - the others are City and Guilds, OCR and Edexel - included in the detailed planning of a credit-based qualifications framework led by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.
Other key partners include the National Careers Service, BBC, NOCN and OCR.
The photographers all came together through a course organised by the NOCN (National Open College Network).
Our collaboration with the National Open College Network (NOCN) means that we will continue to offer NOCN qualifications in Wales, and work together to develop new NOCN qualifications where there is a need identified in Wales that is the same as that identified for England and Northern Ireland.
All the work has been undertaken by students with learning difficulties or disabilities who are studying an NOCN in Construction at the college's Hall Green Campus.
The NOCN Certificate in Community Development has been developed for anyone who is directly engaged, or is becoming engaged, in this area.
Three of the four students studying the NOCN Level 2 in Casino Operations course at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College's Bermuda Park site will be working for Carnival Corporation Cruise Liners and one is starting his dream job at Grosvenor Casino in Plymouth.
Support worker Lorna Duncan said: "They have all done fabulously well to achieve their NOCN Level 3.
Subjects covered in the 10-week NOCN Level 2 course included interview techniques, CV writing and learning styles.