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What are the most commonly available qualifications in basic IT user skills?

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What are the most commonly available qualifications in basic IT user skills?

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Not all training leads to qualifications. However, there are a number of widely available courses that lead to the achievement of qualifications, including: ITQ is a technology qualification which is ready to use, easy to deliver and can be integrated with other qualifications. Developed by e-skills UK in partnership with employers and the Learning and Skills Council (LSC), the ITQ is a nationally-recognised qualification which attract public funding. www.itq.org.uk S/NVQs (Scottish/National Vocational Qualifications) in Using IT, are approved by a number of awarding bodies (including Edexcel, City & Guilds, LCCI, OCR, SQA and Pitman). The S/NVQs are based on the National Occupational Standards that are set by industry and approved by e-skills UK. For more information visit the e-skills UK web-site at: www.e-skills.com. VRQs (Vocational Related Qualifications) for Using IT, are also offered by a number of awarding bodies.

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Not all training leads to qualifications. However, there are a number of widely available courses that lead to the achievement of qualifications, including: ITQ is a technology qualification which is ready to use, easy to deliver and can be integrated with other qualifications. Developed by e-skills UK in partnership with employers and the Learning and Skills Council (LSC), the ITQ is a nationally-recognised qualification which attract public funding. www.itq.org.uk S/NVQs (Scottish/National Vocational Qualifications) in Using IT, are approved by a number of awarding bodies (including Edexcel, City & Guilds, LCCI, OCR, SQA and Pitman). The S/NVQs are based on the National Occupational Standards that are set by industry and approved by e-skills UK. For more information visit the e-skills UK web-site at: www.e-skills.com. VRQs (Vocational Related Qualifications) for Using IT, are also offered by a number of awarding bodies. For example: • CLAIT , CLAIT Plus & Advanced CLAIT (Computer Lit

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