NCRQ to stop delivering qualifications
The National Compliance and Risk Qualifications (NCRQ) says it will no longer operate its education programme.
The National Compliance and Risk Qualifications (NCRQ) has released a statement explaining it will no longer able to offer its suite of health and safety qualifications.
The firm, established in 2016, says it hopes to continue with another provider but this is yet to be confirmed.
The statement reads: “It is with great sorrow that we announce that NCRQ is no longer able to deliver qualifications to learners…”We have worked with AIM Qualifications to secure an agreement with another training provider, Hatten Education, to continue to deliver qualifications for our current and new students.”
NCRQ’s qualification was seen as an alternative to the NEBOSH diploma and in January 2016, its programmes of study was placed on IOSH’s approved list. Its certificate in Applied Health and Safety meets the academic requirements for Tech IOSH membership, and the NCRQ Diploma for Graduate IOSH membership. After completion, candidates could then apply for Chartered IOSH membership in the same way as those completing NEBOSH or university degree qualifications.
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