We at Aafaaq Al Jadeed develop and deliver the professional innovative nex gen qualifications around the world through network chain of our associates and franchise centres to the rest of the world, on behalf of our  Learning partners from USA UK Canada India Austrlia Germany New Zealand China Russia Singapore Japan Austria.

At Aafaaq Al Jadeed for some careers professional qualifications are essential while for others they allow you to develop the skills you need to impress employers in your chosen industry or for progressive career path for higher level a new career change you select.

What is a professional qualification?

Professional qualifications are vocational training courses that relate to a specific industry or career path. Some can be taken directly after completing university, while others are aimed at professionals with several years of experience who are looking to develop their career further.They are typically globally regulated and awarded by relevant professional bodies, and are designed to ensure that everyone employed in a particular job meets the minimum required standards of professional expertise..

How do professional qualifications differ from Masters degrees?

Masters degrees tend to involve in-depth academic study at university, often including a written dissertation. This may prepare you for a particular career, but also provides general skills and knowledge that allow you to enter various fields of work. Professional qualifications are typically more vocational and act as an entry route or route to promotion within a specific job. They are accredited by professional bodies, which set the exams and regulate the standards you must meet to work in certain jobs.

Purpose of Specialty Certificate Examinations

Candidates should be aware that the examinations are a test of their knowledge of key areas of the Global specialty training curriculum. The competences tested by the AAFAAQ are clearly stated in the specialty curriculum part of the package of assessment that Specialty Trainees are required to complete in order to obtain their parchments, it is not designed to test only knowledge of everyday working practice

In making your decision, you will need to consider things like:

fees and the availability of funding

how reputable the training provider and its tutors are

student satisfaction and employment rates

the content of the course

the impact on your employment prospects

whether the timetable fits with your other commitments.