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    I started college on Monday and was given my timetable today I applied for NVQ 2 hospitality and catering ( I did NVQ 1 in school and got A ) and I was placed in VRQ ?. Is they any difference in theese and if so which one is the best to do in terms of finding a job
    • TSR Community Team

    TSR Community Team
    I just looked this up as I'm not an expert (you can too!).

    VRQs have different levels like NVQs. They are more practical and work-based than NVQs but are broadly similar.

    Your best bet is to go into college and talk to the teachers about it so you can check it's the right course for you.

    Let me know how you get on.
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    Repped for looking it up+ username + nudge.
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