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What does GNVQ stand for?

GNVQ stands for General National Vocational Qualification (UK)

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A General National Vocational Qualification is designed to teach students the knowledge and skills that can be applied to broad career paths.
The General National Vocational Qualification health and social care students at Henley College in Henley Road, Bell Green, Coventry held a raffle to raise money for residents at Norton House, a charity and centre for the homeless in Bird Street, city centre.
GNVQs - General National Vocational Qualifications - were deemed to be worth four GCSEs.
GNVQs or General National Vocational Qualifications - related to the world of work, these courses are designed to give you the general skills needed for jobs within a broad area of work eg art and design, hospitality and catering or engineering.
You could qualify for a course with A-levels, Advanced General National Vocational Qualifications, BTEC Nationals or - if you are a mature student - relevant experience.
First, the government's share of Youth Training expenditure should finance the development of general, transferable skills provided in an educational environment, with progression possibilities similar to those provided for other 16-19 year-olds, and employer and trainees should share the cost of developing work-related competence (NVQs) The newly-introduced full-time General National Vocational Qualifications (GNVQs), while requiring some modification in assessment and delivery, should b adapted to provide a more suitable qualification for 16-19 year-olds on Youth Training, possibly in combination with NVQs.