LDQ-IA development update

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 5TH, 2007

Our Learning Disability Qualification – Induction Award content is well in development.

Each qualification has been split into 14 learning units, with self assessments and written assignments.  The programme will be developed during November ready for testing and implementation in January 2008.

We are also pleased to announce plans to become an Assessment Centre for this programme.

In the future we will be able to offer clients a complete solution to their LDQ-IA Certification.


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