Take control of your academic and professional development by adding some credentials to your passion project: It's a benefit to your CV, a nice addition to your online profile, and will add shine to your funding or academic applications. 

Awards

Certificates and Accreditations Available 

Scribble Ink Academy Programme Syllabus

Scribble Online Certificates of Completion


Award overview: When you complete a Scribble Online course available on the Udemy platform, you will receive a certificate of completion, which you can share with your friends, relatives, co-workers and potential employers. Although these courses are not accredited in a convenitonal sense, they do have significant impact on your academic, creative and personal development. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can attach online learning to your programmes - appealling for prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Enrol in any of the Scribble Online nano courses and collect your certificate at the end.




AQA Unit Award Scheme


Award overview: The Unit Award Scheme (UAS) is a unique recording of achievement scheme, rather than a qualification. It offers learners the opportunity to have their achievements formally recognised with a certificate each time a short unit of learning is successfully completed.
Scribble Ink offers a UAS in creative development for professional writers which you can have attached to a Scribble Nation workshop, Scrible Skype creative coaching consultation or Scribble Online nano course. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning, creative and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can book a Scribble Nation workshop - appealling to prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Scribble Ink provides two options: 1.) Either enrol staff into Scribble Online nano courses and will support their staff with completing the curriculum in-house. 2.) Book a live Scribble Nation creative writing or creative enterprise workshop if you're a London-based organisation or organise a Zoom conference if you're outside London (the same workshop process applies).




Arts Award: Bronze Level


Award overview: Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is open to young people aged 11 to 25. The award is eqivalent to GCSE grades D-G / 3-1. To achieve a Bronze Arts Award, young people collect evidence in an individual arts log or portfolio of their experiences of: actively participating in any art form. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can attach online learning to your programmes - appealling for prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Students can complete one Scribble Online nano course and add their certificate to their portfolio. Please note: The content provided by Scribble Ink can be used as part of a current Arts Award course, but is not the course itself.




CPD Certificates of Completion


Award overview: Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities with an aim to champion the lifelong process of continually bettering their knowledge base and skillset. Although the CPD is not a qualification, it is a necessary practice for undertaking bite-size pieces of learning to build skills, knowledge, information or behaviours, and is fast-becoming a requirement from employers to their employees. Some employers allow their staff to source their own CPDs, some rely on HR or mamagement to deliver content, while other businesses appoint consultants to deliver a curriculum. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can book a Scribble Nation workshop - appealling to prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Scribble Ink provides two options: 1.) Either enrol staff into Scribble Online nano courses and will support their staff with completing the curriculum in-house. 2.) Book a live Scribble Nation creative writing or creative enterprise workshop if you're a London-based organisation or organise a Zoom conference if you're outside London (the same workshop process applies).




Arts Award: Silver Level


Award overview: Silver Arts Award is a Level 2 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is open to young people aged 11 to 25. The award is eqivalent to GCSE grades A*-C / 9-4 and provides 16 UCAS points. It also serves as a Gatsby Benchmark - ideal for anyone aiming to take on a creative apprenticeship. To achieve a Silver Arts Award, young people collect evidence in an individual arts log or portfolio of their experiences of: actively participating in any art form. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can attach online learning to your programmes - appealling for prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Students should complete one Scribble Online nano course and one workbook to achieve the Silver Award. They can add their completed workbook and add course certificate of completion to their portfolio. Please note: The content provided by Scribble Ink can be used as part of a current Arts Award course, but is not the course itself.




Arts Award: Gold Level


Award overview: Gold Arts Award is a Level 3 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is designed for ages 16 and above, but is open to young people aged 11-25. The award has 16 points on the UCAS tariff. It also serves as a Gatsby Benchmark - ideal for anyone aiming to take on a creative apprenticeship. To achieve a Gold Arts Award, young people collect evidence in an individual arts log or portfolio of their experiences of: actively participating in any art form. What you can do with it:

  • You can add it to the skills and training section of your curriculum vitae,
  • use it as evidence of your continued professional development, independent learning and criticl thinking abilities,
  • use it as a gateway to various accredited courses such as Arts Award,
  • if you're a workshop facilitator or creative learning engagement officer, you can attach online learning to your programmes - appealling for prospective service users and funding bodies.
How to get it: Students should complete two Scribble Online nano courses and two workbooks to achieve the Gold Award. They can add their completed workbooks and add course certificates of completion to their portfolio. Please note: The content provided by Scribble Ink can be used as part of a current Arts Award course, but is not the course itself.





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