Statement from the Federation of @AwardingBodies (FAB) Board of Directors
The pandemic represents a significant challenge to the post-16 skills eco-system, operationally and financially. By definition, examinations and assessments come usually at the end of a cycle of teaching and learning, including apprenticeship end-point assessments.
@AwardingBodies are dealing with the fallout of Covid-19 #Coronavirus
A message from our Chief Executive, @TomBewick.Don't forget to keep up to date via our dedicated page: https://t.co/FtUSpVWkl1#COVID19 #Coronavirus #CoronaCrisis pic.twitter.com/4SYjygNOSH
CABWI (@CABWI_AB) is a long-established awarding organisation #AO that also became an end point assessment organisation #EPAO in 2018 and started delivering end point assessment #EPA in May 2019. We felt with our expertise in assessment and focus on a niche sector (the water industry), we were extremely well placed to provide EPA.
@IFAteched consultation on External Quality Assurance: What I would like to see?
Reflecting on nearly four years as an end point assessment organisation (EPAO), the first thing that strikes me is how the time has literally flown by since FDQ created a brand-new business operation to add our existing awarding organisation (AO).
#WeWantaSkillsMinister - The Federation of @AwardingBodies Chair Calls on @BorisJohnson to Reinstate a Dedicated Minister for the Further Education Sector
The FAB Chair, Paul Eeles, has written to the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, calling on him to use his next Cabinet reshuffle to reinstate a Minister of State for Skills, Apprenticeships and Further Education:
How to resolve AdBlock issue?
You are using adblocker please support us by whitelisting www.fenews.co.uk