The Nisai Group has signed a strategic partnership with NOCN to provide a platform for the development of increased support to governments, parents, learners and apprentices in the UK and Internationally. The agreement provides a fantastic opportunity to increase the breadth of offering of the Nisai Group whilst providing an increased route to market for NOCN qualifications.
Dhruv Patel, CEO of Nisai Group, commented:
“Our partnership with NOCN will bring both companies to the next level of productivity within learning programmes. Our like-minded views and passion to help learners makes us the perfect strategic match for business!”
Graham Hasting-Evans, Group MD of NOCN, said:
“NOCN is pleased to be working with Nisai in a strategic arrangement to deliver a range of NOCN qualifications both locally and internationally through their blended approach to learning. These include productivity programmes, Apprenticeship delivery, Access to HE and ESOL, amongst many others. NOCN shares with Nisai a common focus on the value of learning and the difference it makes to the lives of learners.”
Both Nisai and NOCN will be working together to embed NOCN’s assessment and regulated qualification accreditation into Nisai’s online provision. They will also be able to provide e-assessments for knowledge, skills and learning as well as much more.
About Nisai: The Nisai Group is a quality assured education and skills provider focused on transforming the education landscape through blended and inclusive online learning. Three times inspected by OFSTED and an approved Cambridge International School, Nisai are delivering IGCSEs and A-levels across the UK and internationally.
About NOCN: NOCN is a charity which was set up in 1987 with the support of NIACE, now Learning & Works Institute. It is a major UK and international awarding organisation (AO) and a provider of nearly 500 regulated qualifications. NOCN is ‘recognised’ by the UK Qualifications Regulator, Ofqual and well as other regulatory bodies. It is also one of the UK’s Government approved leading end-point assessment organisations (EPAO) for apprenticeships. NOCN provides apprenticeship assessments and qualifications as well as associated support for basic and foundation skills including employability skills, functional skills maths, English and ESOL (SfL and International).