In response to customer feedback, regulatory requirements and our commitment to continuous improvement, we have been reviewing our conflict of interest policy.
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The application for Reasonable Adjustments/Special Considerations has been reviewed and updated and is now available for completion via our Smarter Touch system.
You can now indicate which of the requirements are needed to enable the learner to have the best possible support when undertaking EAL examinations, by ticking the relevant box.
Our parent company Enginuity is a partner of Project DRIVES, the aim of the project is to design and deliver human capital solutions through the establishment of an Automotive Sector Skills Alliance, covering all levels of the value chain (vehicle production, suppliers, sales and aftermarket services).
To do this, we need your insight and expertise within the sector and would like to invite you to contribute your views via a short online survey.
The survey will inform DRIVES to develop concrete actions such as mapping and developing training, to satisfy short and medium-term skills need to support the overall sectoral strategy and deliver policy recommendations for the automotive sector.
From September 2021 City & Guilds and EAL will be the sole provider of a new suite of fundable Construction and Building Services Engineering qualifications in Wales and we invite you to be part of the consultation process through a series of events, to review and feedback your views on the draft documents and their content.
All stakeholders within the Building Service and Construction sector within Wales such as employers, trade bodies, colleges and training providers bodies are invited to participate.
All Scottish Providers are kindly requested that in any policy, literature and marketing material that makes reference to the Scottish Regulator, they must ensure it refers to SQA Accreditation as the regulator of Scottish Vocational Qualifications and not SQA. SQA is the Awarding Body of Scottish Qualifications Authority, whereas, SQA Accreditation is the Regulator. EAL's Scottish Vocational Qualifications are regulated by SQA Accreditation and not SQA.
Our parent company, Enginuity 's Standards and Frameworks department are leading a UK wide review of the following National Occupational Standards (NOS) and qualification structures:
- Automotive Engineering Suite 3
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering Suite 3
- Materials Processing and Finishing Suite 2
- Materials Processing and Finishing Suite 3
Our parent company, Semta's Standards and Frameworks department are leading a review of the following apprenticeship frameworks:
- Level 3 - Engineering Business Improvement Techniques
- Level 2 and Level 3 - Engineering Manufacture
- Level 4 - Engineering Advanced Manufacture
EAL collaborate with City & Guilds in a winning bid for the Construction, Building Services and on-site construction T Level qualifications
EAL is proud to announce success in a joint bid with City & Guilds in delivering two T Level qualifications under the Construction route: in Building Services Engineering and On-Site Construction.
Available for delivery by eligible providers from September 2021, the qualifications form part of the second wave of T Levels.
The new standard for Technical Education
We're delighted to announce that we have been awarded the contract to be the delivery partner for the second wave of the T Levels in Construction by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IFATE) and the Department for Education (DfE).
From September 2021 City & Guilds and EAL will be the sole provider of a new suite of fundable Construction and Building Services Engineering qualifications in Wales.
Qualifications Wales is leading a process to streamline skills and raise standards through a review of the qualifications system across construction and built environment sectors. The Qualifications Wales Building the Future report identified the need to rationalise hundreds of qualifications into a simplified qualification system that had clear progression routes and met the needs of employers and the economy of Wales.