qualification enquiry

Old Jan 8th 2004, 10:04 am
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i wonder if anyone can help answer this question for me. i have completed 12yrs school and also did a 1yrs corespondence course and got a diploma, my concern is would the diploma be recognised or does it have to be and does it have to relate to the work experience part of the assessment. does anyone know?
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Old Jan 8th 2004, 11:16 am
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ezzkazz wrote:
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    > i wonder if anyone can help answer this question for me. i have
    > completed 12yrs school and also did a 1yrs corespondence course and got
    > a diploma, my concern is would the diploma be recognised or does it have
    > to be and does it have to relate to the work experience part of the
    > assessment. does anyone know?

A one year correspondence course may or may not be recognised as post
secondary education depending on who ran the course, and the "compressed
nature of the course" in relation to other comparable courses.
 
Old Jan 8th 2004, 2:32 pm
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depends on many issues,,, where, how long, how recognised,,,,,if its from
Harvard Business School,,,then YES it will be acceptable



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    > i wonder if anyone can help answer this question for me. i have
    > completed 12yrs school and also did a 1yrs corespondence course and got
    > a diploma, my concern is would the diploma be recognised or does it have
    > to be and does it have to relate to the work experience part of the
    > assessment. does anyone know?
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Old Jan 8th 2004, 3:51 pm
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A correspondence course will not be recognized.
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"ezzkazz" <member19716@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > i wonder if anyone can help answer this question for me. i have
    > completed 12yrs school and also did a 1yrs corespondence course and got
    > a diploma, my concern is would the diploma be recognised or does it have
    > to be and does it have to relate to the work experience part of the
    > assessment. does anyone know?
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Old Jan 8th 2004, 11:57 pm
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Jim Humphries wrote:
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    > A correspondence course will not be recognized.

There are exceptions ... for example, all the courses from Athabaska
University are in essence "correspondence courses" and it's a recognized
post-secondary institution in Canada.

But generally speaking, correspondence courses, particularly from the
"commercial" schools are not recognized.
 
Old Jan 9th 2004, 1:14 am
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An example of a 'recognised' provider of diatance learning in the UK is
the Open University. Open University degrees would be recognised, at
least by Australia. The University of London (in the UK) has an large
distance learning faculty, which is also well recognised.

Many Australian universities offer correspondence courses too, these
also are usually recognised.

Jeremy

>S B wrote:
    > Jim Humphries wrote:
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    >>A correspondence course will not be recognized.
    >
    >
    > There are exceptions ... for example, all the courses from Athabaska
    > University are in essence "correspondence courses" and it's a recognized
    > post-secondary institution in Canada.
    >
    > But generally speaking, correspondence courses, particularly from the
    > "commercial" schools are not recognized.
 
Old Jan 9th 2004, 5:51 am
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Dylan Thurston
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On 2004-01-09, Jim Humphries <[email protected]> wrote:
    > A correspondence course will not be recognized.

How does this relate to OP6.10.2:

A distance learning credential is eligible for points as long as it
meets the definition of a credential as outlined in R73.

?

Peace,
Dylan
 
Old Jan 9th 2004, 10:34 am
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http://www.canlii.org/ca/regu/sor2-227/sec73.html

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"Dylan Thurston" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On 2004-01-09, Jim Humphries <[email protected]> wrote:
    > > A correspondence course will not be recognized.
    > How does this relate to OP6.10.2:
    > A distance learning credential is eligible for points as long as it
    > meets the definition of a credential as outlined in R73.
    > ?
    > Peace,
    > Dylan
 

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