I know it’s the middle of the holidays, but I’ve just seen this pointed out by Nick Linford from Edexel ‘s planning and funding for FE. If a learner is unsure of their level of achievement within the national framework, they can simply fill in the forms on the qualifications calculator and it will tell them. Most people in further education are aware of the levels up to 3 or 4 (A level and foundation degree) but this will read up to level 8 (doctorate). The site then gives useful links for further advice.
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