What does Ofqual Regulated mean?
OFQUAL - The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation is a non-ministerial government department that regulates qualifications, exams and tests in England and who regulate qualifications on the national register. This register is of all Awarding Organisations that meet the standard required to offer regulated qualifications.
iPET Network has become a regulated Awarding Organisation, what does this mean?
An Awarding Organisation writes a qualification that demonstrates a learner’s ability in the subject matter. They set a criteria for the qualification that must be achieved in order for a person to gain it. In the grooming industry, City & Guilds, OCNWM and now iPET Network are Awarding Organisations with grooming qualifications.
iPET Network is unique in its approach being a sector specific Awarding Organisation and are constantly developing NEW Canine and Feline qualifications in the industry.