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There has been a significant rise in the popularity of Vocational Qualifications. More and more people are now taking VQ courses because it enables them to apply their practical knowledge to structured, theoretical subjects. In the creative industries, both experience and competence are the two primary qualities that will attract potential employers; and in today's super-competitive job market, practical learning is as highly desired as ever.
Studying these subjects in this manner is a unique opportunity; whilst some learners flourish in a traditional academic model, others prefer to learn the practical skills that will enable them to apply themselves in real world scenarios from the very start of their respective careers. Not only does this help the learner attain a recognised qualification, but there is a lot to be said for what it can do for learners on a personal level, such as develop a pragmatic work ethic, the ability to self-motivate, and a heightened self-confidence.
Catering for schools, colleges and training providers at over 350 centres throughout the UK, RSL’s VQ's are a market leader in conjunction with our Graded Music Exams.
Music Practitioners qualifications offer over 140 units across levels 1, 2, and 3; covering subjects that provide each learner with the ideal platform to develop the necessary skills they need to gain experience for their chosen career path.
The Music Practitioners qualification also contributes to DfE (Department of Education) performance measures, carries UCAS points for HE applications, and provides practical, relevant, accessible pathways into the creative industries.
All of our qualifications are based on the assessment of practical skills and knowledge.
Build your qualification with a choice of 350 units across three unique qualification suites.
Current industry trends will always be covered in RSL’s regularly updated specifications.
Written by leading industry specialists and education professionals.
RSL has a range of qualifications which contribute to school and college performance measures.
RSL’s Vocational Qualifications attract funding from the ESFA (Education and Skills Funding Agency).
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