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The programme was developed by Jafcon Consultants and is recognised as Professional Qualification (Level 5) by the Awarding and Assessment Organisation for Qualifications in the UK (NOCN).
These employees will later undergo a 10 weeks practitioner level field-study where the team will adopt and implement internationally recognised productivity enhancement techniques and tools, resulting in a Professional Certificate (NOCN Level 5 Certificate in Productivity Improvement Practice).
One is Horticulture with NOCN, with tutor Nick Taylor creating flower beds, a vegetable garden and a greenhouse.
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.
MANAMA: The Bahraini productivity improvement model developed by local firm Jafcon Consultants for Productivity Improvement has received recognition and accreditation from NOCN, a UK awarding organisation.
We also provide accredited training on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder which are accredited by One Awards and NOCN (formerly known as OCR) .
The Learning For Work Award, sponsored by NOCN, was won by Jacques Reid from Newcastle.
Everyone who completes the course will be awarded a NOCN Level 1 Certificate in Developing Skills for Employment (QFC).
The snappers all met through a course organised by the NOCN (National Open College Network) at the City College in Coventry.
The National Open College Network (NOCN) qualification gives students who have found it difficult to achieve through mainstream education a chance to further their studies by going fishing.
NEOCN is part of one of the country's largest awarding bodies, the National Open College Network (NOCN), which registers over 600,000 learners a year.
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