one awards A July status update and an aide to your 2018/2019 curriculum planning
NOCN qualifications confirmed as eligible for funding 2018/2019

We are pleased to be able to inform you that NOCN have over 340 qualifications confirmed as eligible for public funding. We have checked each qualification against the appropriate strands within the Funding Hub and have compiled a comprehensive catalogue which we think you will find really practical and useful.

The full list of NOCN qualifications eligible for funding, broken down by sector, level and funding category can be found below:

NOCN Qualifications confirmed for Funding 2018-19 - updated 11 July 2018

The catalogue includes NOCN’s most popular qualifications, which is good news for centres reliant on ESFA funding as staff will now be able to confidently plan, or confirm their worked up plans for delivery next year. If curriculum planning does not fall within your remit, we would be grateful if you would pass this information to those who do.

We will keep you up to date as ESFA approves funding for further qualifications, but if you have any questions now, please contact your One Awards Account Manager who will be happy to help.


  New NOCN Qualifications

We are pleased to provide details of recently approved NOCN Qualifications, please click on each qualification title for more information:

NOCN Level 1 Award in Skills to Support Changes in Behaviour - 603/3288/8

This qualification is for offenders in custody or in the community, or for those who present as a high risk of offending, who wish to address their issues with anger and violence.

NOCN Level 2 Award in Computerised Financial Skills - 603/3219/0

This qualification is vocationally based and as such offers the opportunity for learners to demonstrate an achievement of practical skills, and an understanding and knowledge in computerised accounting for business.

Centres can offer this qualification through Sage where assessment materials are available.

NOCN Level 4 Certificate in Productivity Improvement Practice - 603/3336/4

This qualification is vocationally based and as such offers the opportunity for learners to demonstrate an achievement of practical skills, understanding and knowledge required to make a major contribution to a productivity improvement project. This qualification forms part of a Productivity Improvement Practice suite from Level 2 to Level 5.

If you have any questions now, please contact your One Awards Account Manager who will be happy to help



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