Who are the members of the Joint Council for qualifications?

Who are the members of the Joint Council for qualifications?

The Joint Council for Qualifications is a membership organisation comprising the eight largest providers of qualifications in the UK. The JCQ provides a single voice for its members on issues of examination administration and, when appropriate, qualification and wider education policy.

What happens if you are one hour late for the Joint Council for qualifications?

Late candidates should be allowed to sit the exam, but a full report must be made if the candidate is more than one hour late. Malpractice is prohibited and should be reported to the board immediately.

Who is the Joint Council for qualifications external affairs manager?

Current Vacancies Policy and External Affairs Manager The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) is the single voice for its member awarding bodies JCQ consultation on summer 2021 watch ban Click here for further details. JCQ Response to the Department for Education’s statement on further details on exams and grades

Where can I find the results of the JCQ?

You can download JCQ results from 2001-2020 by clicking on the links below. The Department for Education (DfE) releases more detailed information on regions and specific centres over the year. To access this information Click here.

What are the requirements of the Joint Commission?

Joint Commission Requirements is a free listing of all policy revisions to standards published in Joint Commission Perspectives that have gone into effect since the accreditation/certification manual was last issued.

Where can I get a Joint Commission accreditation?

Joint Commission accreditation can be earned by many types of health care organizations, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, office-based surgery centers, behavioral health treatment facilities, and providers of home care services. Explore the benefits of accreditation