QUALIFICATIONS

Awarding Bodies use National Occupational Standards to create all Qualifications. Training Providers are then able to develop Accredited Training Courses and teaching programmes which give trainees the information, knowledge and skills to obtain the qualification, either through coursework and continuous assessment or exams.

What Heritage and Traditional Skills Qualifications are available?

Click on the links below to see the different qualifications available at each level
 
Level
Equivalent to
Level 1
GCSE grades D - G
Level 2
GCSE grades A* - C
Level 3
A Level
Level 4
Diploma
Level 5
Foundation Degree, HND
Level 6
Honors Degree
Level 7
Masters Degree
Level 8
Doctorate PhD

 

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Conserving, Repairing and Maintaining Traditional Windows

This two-day course will address the conservation, repair and maintenance requirements of sash and case, and a range of other traditional windows.

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This course is aimed at anyone wanting to further their understanding in heritage interpretation and design.

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