What is special qualification in CV?

What is special qualification in CV?

A summary of qualifications is a section on a resume that highlights important work achievements, skills and experience. This summary acts as an introduction and directs attention to your top qualifications for the job.

How do I get an NVQ Level 1?

NVQ 1 = foundation GNVQ, three to four GCSEs at grades D-E, Business & Technology Education Council (BTEC) first certificate. NVQ 2 = four or five GCSEs at grades A*–C, BTEC first diploma. NVQ 3 = two or more A levels, BTEC Ordinary National Diploma (OND), City & Guilds Advanced Craft.

How long does an NVQ Level 4 take?

approximately nine months

Is NVQ level 4 equivalent to a degree?

NVQs are awarded at six different levels, equivalent to other academic qualifications. A Level 6 NVQ is equivalent to a Bachelors degree, while Levels 4 and 5 equate to the first and second years of a Bachelors degree respectively. NVQs are focused on practical skills in the context of your full or part-time work.

Can I become a nurse with NVQ Level 3?

With one to two years’ experience as a healthcare assistant (plus NVQ Level 3 in health), your employer may agree to second you to nurse training. After you qualify as a nurse, your employer may expect you to work with them for a qualifying period.

What is a Level 3 qualification?

A Level 3 qualification is equivalent to A Level. A Level 4 qualification is equivalent to BTEC Professional Diploma level. A Level 5 qualification is equivalent to HND or foundation degree level. A Level 6 qualification is equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree level.