As well as full certificates we will also accept alternative forms of evidence as long as they meet the minimum OfQual requirements:
- Full name of the learner
- Qualification name
- Qualification type
- Level/Grade achieved (However, please note that this is ONLY required where achievement of a specific grade or level is an explicit Apprenticeship requirement)
- Date of achievement/award
- Awarding Organisation identifier
Due to the volume of evidence available it is not possible to include a comprehensive list in this guidance. Each of the examples below meet the requirements and are therefore acceptable:
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This section has examples of evidence that we deemed to be unacceptable as they do not meet the minimum criteria or not acceptable transferable skills.
Trying to Locate Historical Certificates?
If you are trying to track down historical certificates but they are unsure where to go, please consult the following link for further information.
Transferable Skills Guidance Documents
For more information regarding the types of qualifications that can be used as part of an apprenticeship please refer to our two Transferable Skills Guidance Documents below: