In order to offer One Awards Accredited units, your organisation must first be approved as a One Awards Recognised Centre. The Centre Recognition process can be undertaken in five straightforward steps:
Step 1 – You express interest in Bespoke Accreditation
We will ask you a set of standard questions relating to your organisation and your accreditation requirements; we will provide you with information about One Awards.
Step 2 – Our Business Development Team will get in touch with you
You will be supported by our Business DeThe information you have given us will be passed to one of our Business Development Team who will then contact you to arrange a meeting to discuss your specific requirements. There is no commitment on either side at this stage. During this meeting we will be able to answer any questions and provide you with details of:
Step 3 – Complete the Application Form
If, after your discussions with our Business Development Team, you decide that you would like your organisation to become a Recognised Centre, you will need to submit a Centre Recognition Application Form, detailing the provision you wish to use.
Step 4 – Consideration of your Centre Recognition Application
We will review your completed Centre Recognition Application Form against the Centre Recognition terms and conditions. One of our External Verifiers will then meet with you to check the details on your Application Form to ensure that they meet our requirements.
Step 5 - Confirmation of approval of Centre Recognition
Following the meeting with the External Verifier, if all requirements have been met, you will receive final approval of your organisation’s Recognised Centre status, subject to receipt of payment. At this point you will also have full access to the relevant advice, information and guidance we offer to Recognised Centres.
The support of One Awards has been invaluable to us in developing our units. The bespoke units fill an important niche in practical training in this country.
Andrew Purkiss, Director
Phlebotomy Training Services