Pearson TQ is delighted and very honoured to announce that we have been shortlisted at this year’s Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Partner Awards for the Outstanding Training Provider of the Year 2022 Award.read more
143 Junior Soldiers out of the 650 that started their Phase 1 training in September 2016 will be studying for the BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Public Services.
143 Junior Soldiers out of the 650 that started their Phase 1 training in September 2016 will be studying for the BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Public Services. The Junior Soldiers will be undertaking this course following their successes in their GCSEs; progressing their accredited learning at the College with this Level 3 course. On the successful completion of this course they will leave, having demonstrated their ability in the following 3 Units:
- Unit 1 – Government, Policies and the Public Services
- Unit 2 – Leadership and Teamwork in the Public Services
- Unit 5 – Physical Preparation, Health and Lifestyle for the Public Services
The practical elements of the AFC course dovetail with the requirements of the Public Services course enabling the Junior Soldiers to progress their understanding of their chosen career. This develops their knowledge and understanding of leadership, teamwork, health, fitness and the role of Government.
Following a major investment by the Army at the College, a new team of tutors has been recruited to start teaching and assessing over the next month. The introduction of this qualification not only gives the Junior Soldiers UCAS points that would help them later on in their careers, whether they remain in the Army or return to civilian life, but continues their development in English, Maths and ICT in a contextualised environment.
The introduction of the BTEC Level 3 Certificate represents an extremely positive change to the education delivery at the AFC. This will ensure that our JS continue to be academically challenged resulting in greater individual development to the benefit of the individual and the field Army.
Major Edward Boag, Chief Instructor at the Army Foundation College
On Wednesday 7 July 2021 Pearson TQ supported the college hosting the family of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
Sir Tom is Honorary Colonel of the Army Foundation College; the college created the ‘Captain Sir Tom Moore Walk’. This is the path Junior Soldiers will tread as they graduate from the Army Foundation College.
Sir Tom’s daughter, Hannah, chatted at length about her father’s legacy after he passed and how proud he was to be a part of the college.read more
All new 'Main Providers' on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP), are subject to an Ofsted Monitoring Visit. Pearson TQ (PTQ) is one of just a handful of providers to have been judged to be making ‘Significant Progress’ across all three inspected themes.read more