Level 5 demonstrates knowledge of a subject which goes beyond the level taught at secondary education.
Examples of Level 5 qualifications include:
Level 6 refers to qualifications gained at degree level, indicating the holder has graduated from a centre for further education.
Examples of Level 6 qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree (with or without honours) Graduate diploma Graduate certificate Level 6 awards, diplomas and certificates Level 6 NVQ Degree apprenticeship
Level 7 refers to a level of education equivalent to a master’s degree, and is generally attained in a centre for further education.
Examples of Level 7 qualifications include: Master’s degree Integrated master’s degree Postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) Postgraduate diplomas and certificates Level 7 awards, diplomas and certificates Level 7 NVQ
The objective of the level 7 Diploma in Education Management and Leadership qualification is to develop learners’ understanding of policy, management theory and practice in education.
It provides learners with an opportunity to engage with the challenges facing professionals and policy makers in their own country.
It will provide knowledge that underpins the ability to work as an effective manager in the education sector.
It combines both theoretical and practical knowledge in the education profession and will develop and enhance knowledge and skills in the areas of leading change, effective performance and team leadership.
Level 8 refers to a doctorate level of education, often known as a PhD. Examples of Level 8 qualifications include: Doctorate or PhD Level 8 awards, diplomas and certificates
Option to transfer into Universities for a research project or dissertation module that will grant the award of Master’s degree.
Develop an advanced knowledge and understanding of background literature and research methods. In addition to contributing to the world of Business and Management theories and practices, a DBA also teaches senior managers to;
It is easy to confuse the terms PhD and doctorate. Both represent the pinnacle of the academic experience – often the result of a lifelong pursuit – and those who hold the distinction are often referred to as “doctor.” The difference, as subtle as they may be, are noteworthy. A PhD requires perseverance and thought while compiling the evidence for dissertation.
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