We work with AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group are a national Awarding Organisation, regulated by Ofqual and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), to develop and award nationally recognised qualifications.
On an AIM Qualifications and Assessment course learners are entitled to earn credits for the work that they do. For each successful unit they complete, they will be awarded a certificate detailing the number of credits they have achieved.
AIM Qualifications and Assessment credits are generally accepted as a means of entry to further study by Further and Higher Education providers, and by a large number of employers and trainers. Credits can be used to demonstrate achievements and prove that they have knowledge and skills in their chosen subjects. Learners can use the credits to progress onto other courses.
At the start of the training learners are provided with an overview of the AIM Qualifications and Assessment accredited course and expectations. Following on from delivery learners will be invited to attend a half day workshop to so that they feel confident in how they complete their portfolio and additional evidence that will need to be submitted following on from the course in order to receive the certificate.
On-going support will be provided via online support from the Tutor.