To be able to deliver FDQ qualifications your business will need to become an approved centre and gain qualification approval for the qualification(s) you wish to deliver.
Achieving approved centre status means that you have all the necessary policies, procedures, systems and resources in place to assure the quality and integrity of the qualifications and programmes you provide to learners.
In theory any organisation can become a centre. You could be a large food business, a small learning provider, a college or a university. It doesn’t matter, as long as you have the right elements in place to meet the FDQ approved centre criteria.
Of course, meeting approved centre criteria requires certain resources, rigorous processes and expertise. Before you embark on the approval process you may want to speak to us to gain a little more information, please feel free to call on 0113 3970 395 as we would be delighted to assist.
There is a step by step process you need to go through to become an approved FDQ centre, this is outlined below.
Complete our Centre Approval and Qualification Approval application forms and send them, together with supporting evidence, to email@example.com
We will review your application and be in touch within 5 days.
We will notify you of the outcome, which will either be:
Once approval is granted we will send you formal confirmation, our Centre Handbook and your log on information for our online system.
You are now ready to start registering learners onto your FDQ qualifications.
If you would like to start now, please download our centre approval and qualification approval documentation below:
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