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Accreditation and Approvals

At Linx Training Ltd we are proud to be approved by the following Awarding Bodies to provide training in various qualifications. We are regulated and approved to provide training courses and we follow and comply with all regulations set out by each Awarding Body to provide the highest standard of training.
 
EDI (Education Development International plc)
 

Education Development International plc (EDI) is a leading provider of education and training qualifications and assessment services.

In the UK EDI is accredited by the Government to award a wide range of vocational qualifications, including Apprenticeships and Diplomas. EDI’s expertise is in quality assuring work-based training programmes working closely with employers and over 1500 private training providers and further education colleges.

EDI has a strong reputation for the innovative use of information technology and the prides itself on building close partnerships with its customers to support learner performance.

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HABC (Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance)
 

HABC is the fastest growing Awarding Body in the UK. They are recognised by Ofqual, Welsh Government, CCEA and SQA to award accredited Security (SIA), Licensing, First Aid, Health and Safety, Fire Safety, Food Safety, HACCP and Teaching qualifications in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

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Edexcel
 

Edexcel is the UK’s largest awarding organisation, offering academic and vocational qualifications and testing to schools, colleges, employers and other places of learning in the UK and internationally.

Their academic qualifications include GCSE, GCE (A level) and International GCSE (Edexcel Certificate for UK state schools). Vocational qualifications include NVQ and BTEC from entry level to Higher National Diplomas. BTECs are recognised in more than 80 countries worldwide, and in 2009/10 over 1.1 million learners were registered onto a BTEC.

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