Sunday July 12, 2020

New QQI brand for higher education

14th June, 2015
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Jan O’Sullivan, Minister for Education and Skills and Padraig Walsh, chief executive, QQI, launching the QQI Award

Founded in November 2012, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) initially adopted a transitional branding approach to its replacement of the awards of Fetac and Hetac, the bodies that previously certified and awarded qualifications for further education and higher education programmes.

Chief executive Padraig Walsh said, “Together with Fetac and Hetac, QQI also took over the responsibilities of the Irish Universities Quality Board and the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland.

“Although we don’t make awards for...

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