SQA Supports Partnership Networking
Voluntary, third sector and training organisations in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife are being invited to attend a qualifications networking session where they can hear about the benefits of cooperative working which will benefit their service users.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is chairing the event at the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh on Wednesday 27 March which will help voluntary and third sector training providers and identify ways they can pool their resources in an effort to offer SQA qualifications.
The event has been designed to give voluntary, third sector and training organisations practical advice on how they can become approved to offer SQA qualifications, opportunities to network with similar organisations and share knowledge and experience of providing training and educational support for their service users.
SQA experts will provide an overview of the qualifications available for this sector, and will be available to offer advice and guidance on a number of topics including how to deliver our qualifications and the benefits they will bring to individuals and organisations.
Among those attending on the day are James Gilfillan from Edinburgh based homeless charity Four Square, who said: "It will be really useful to hear first-hand from SQA and other voluntary sector organisations and training providers about how we can support one-another which ultimately will enable us help our service users reach their own individual goals."
The closing date for registering for this event is Friday 15 March. If you are interested in coming along, contact SQA's business development team on 0330 333 0330 or email email@example.com.
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