PPD pro-rata requirements if submitting Work-Based Skills (WBS)/Work Experience and PPD combination
Please note: The 2021 qualifiers deadline in January 2022 will be the last opportunity for students to submit a work-experience application that contains an element of Work-Based Skills, Form A/B or the Accredited Employers Scheme. After that deadline, work-experience applications must consist of PPD only and no prior recording under previous schemes will be considered.
|PPD Years submitted||Minimum Credits* required||Minimum formal learning hours|
*There are 4 mandatory competencies which need to be completed over the course of your PPD. You do not need to complete these every year but they all must be completed before you can qualify.
Pro-rata requirements for WBS if submitting WBS and PPD combination
|WBS years submitted||Minimum review questions||Minimum formal learning hours|
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