Qualifications explainedrnrnOur wide variety of qualifications span across eight levels and more than 25 industries meaning there’s something for everyone, from those starting out in their careers to senior managers and master craftsmen and women.rnrnCity & Guilds qualifications are designed to be undertaken both in the workplace or in the classroom or as a combination of the two. Here's a brief introduction to the wide range of qualifications we offer.rnrnrn Apprenticeshipsrn Technical Qualificationsrn TechBacrn Functional Skills, Core Skills and Essential Skillsrn National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) and Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs)rn International Vocationalrn Single Subject Qualificationsrn Traineeshipsrn International English Qualifications (IEQs)rn ILM qualificationsrn Professional Recognition AwardsrnrnrnTechnical QualificationsrnrnThese highly-practical qualifications were developed for learners wishing to specialise in a technical occupation or occupational group. They equip learners with specialist knowledge and skills, enabling direct progression routes to employment, apprenticeships, further study and higher education.rnrnIn some cases they can provide a ‘licence to practise’ or exemption from professional exams. Technical Qualifications feature as one of three components of the Government’s Technical Baccalaureate (TechBacc) performance table measure. City & Guilds Technical Qualifications can be combined with TechBac.