AVAs work in partnership with HE and FE, and are regulated by the Quality Assurance Agency.
For more details, including links to AVA home pages, see Courses/AVA-profiles/Pages/The Access to HE Diploma has a unitised structure.
Amid your attendance you will gain study skills, subject knowledge, and the confidence to progress to a Foundation or Honours Degree at University.
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Our non-bureaucratic approach employs smart resources including an on-line databank of more than 1000 units for use in Access courses and an upgraded registration/certification system.
Gateway Qualifications’ suite of Access to HE Diplomas provides a resource that achieves the necessary balance between sophistication and simplicity driven by current market demand.
A: Upon completion of an Access to HE course you will be awarded an Access Certification. Q: What are my chances of being accepted into University?
The Access to HE Diploma is designed for adults who have been identified as having the potential to achieve at HE-entry standard.
Our streamlined, free-of-charge validation process is focussed oncontent and for clarity separates centre approval considerationfrom validation of specific diplomas.
This allows each diploma to become available from a number of centres, while maintaining the option for local delivery of bespoke courses.
Under the QAA Recognition Scheme, AVAs have the following specific responsibilities in relation to quality assurance: You can find out more about the QAA Recognition Scheme for Access to HE Diplomas on the QAA Access to HE website.
Access to HE Diploma Specification OCN London Diploma Specifications, Rules of Combination and Approved Unit Lists QAA have published a toolkit for HE admissions tutors on the Access to HE Diploma and how to set entry requirements and make offers to Access to HE learners.