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Topic Title: MCIOB Membership Grade compares to level 6 / 7 of QCF, states UKNARIC
Topic Summary: Member (MCIOB) Comparable to QCF Level 6 and partially QCF Level 7
Created On: 31 July 2013 04:14 PM
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 31 July 2013 04:14 PM
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sunnyboy

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 12 August 2013 05:59 AM
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MosheW

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Luciano hi,

They don't state at what grade it is compared.
Is it at grade of Award? Certificate? of Diploma?

There can be Certificate level 6 and Diploma level 6.

So what is it?
 12 August 2013 08:53 AM
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There are , as far as I know , at least three Professional Engineering Bodies that may grant Chartered Professional Status outside the EC ones :


CIOB : http://www.ciob.org/about

ABE : ">http://www.theiet.org/...s/f.....terthread=y


ICE : ">http://www.ice.org.uk/mice


And I think they have substantially the same consideration at the employers ' eyes as the EC ones have !

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Luciano Bacco

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 13 August 2013 06:33 AM
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MosheW

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BCS grants Chartered IT Professional.

Whats not clear from NARIC report is at what grade they evaluate the chartered membership.

In UK today the Qualifications that are on the QCF have a credit value. This indicates the size of the qualifications and how long it typically takes to achieve.
The size of a QCF qualification is shown by its credit value. There are three size ranges of qualifications on the QCF:
an award which has 1 to 12 credits,
a certificate which has 13 to 36 credits
and a diploma which has 37 credits or more. A credit represents 10 hours of learning. The size of other qualifications is indicated by the number of guided learning hours typically needed to complete a qualification.

So agaqin the question is it award? certificate or Diploma?
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