Future (Awards & Qualifications)

Future (Awards & Qualifications)

Visionary, Supportive, Innovative and Professional.Future (Awards and Qualifications) Ltd is one of the UK’s most progressive awarding organisations.

FutureQuals has been recognised to deliver regulated qualifications by Ofqual in England since 2004, and are regulated by CCEA Regulation in Northern Ireland, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA Accreditation) and Qualifications Wales. They are also an approved End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO), approved to offer nine standards.

FutureQuals offer a comprehensive and diverse range of over 130 qualifications across a wide range of vocational areas, including Health, Health and Social Care, Education and Training, First Aid, Child Development and Well-being and Preparation for Work. FutureQuals also offer Level 1 and Level 2 Functional Skills Qualifications in English, Mathematics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

FutureQuals is the leading provider of Ambulance clinical and Driving qualifications in the UK. These have been developed in partnership with the NHS National Education Network for Ambulance Services (NENAS) which includes the College of Paramedics, the NHS Ambulance Service Driver Training Advisory Group (DTAG), to meet the core requirements of NHS Ambulance Trusts, Ministry of Defence, Independent Ambulance Services and the Voluntary Aid Societies.

The ambulance clinical qualifications provide entry at various levels to Ambulance Service patient transport, emergency and urgent care support and Associate Ambulance Practitioner formally known as Ambulance Technician.

The ambulance driving qualifications meet the requirement for ambulance service drivers to operate to the specification of the high speed driver training regulations of the Department for Transport.

FutureQuals supports over 100 centres, training providers and colleges across the whole of the UK in their delivery of high quality courses, qualifications and services for learners of all age ranges.