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​​​​​​​​Media Queries

Members of the media with queries relating to QQI are welcome to contact the QQI Press Office at media@qqi.ie​​
​Press releases are available on our News section.  If you have a general query relating to QQI please visit our QHelp section.​

Twitter Policy

If you follow QQI on Twitter @QQI_connect you can expect tweets covering some or all of the following:

  • Information about QQI services
  • Information about QQI events
  • Occasional tweets about external events / initiatives we feel may be of interest to our followers
  • Alerts about new content on our website
  • Other practical information on the work of QQI

Retweets (RTs) are not endorsements, if we RT something, it is because we feel it may be of interest to our followers.

QQI will monitor its social media during normal working hours (Monday – Friday), for customer service please go to our customer service page for assistance.

Who we follow
If you follow us, we will not automatically follow you back. This is to help our followers easily identify other Twitter accounts that we are following.

Replies and Direct Messages
We welcome feedback from our followers and try to join the conversation where possible. However, we are unable to reply individually to all messages received via Twitter. The best means of communicating a query to QQI is through our website www.QQI.ie


Media queries can be directed to media@QQI.ie


QQI Award Brand

Since February 2015, we have been issuing certificates to learners with the new QQI award brand logo.  The award brand logo and new parchments have been designed in keeping with the existing QQI corporate identity.  

QQI can assure all holders of FETAC and HETAC awards that their awards will continue to be recognised at the appropriate levels of the National Framework of Qualifications.​     



 

Promoting QQI Awards​​

The QQI Award brand logo is strictly controlled and is only made available to providers for use in the promotion of their programmes leading to QQI awards.

Providers must use appropriate wording when displaying the brand on their website and in their literature and marketing materials.  For stakeholders who do not deliver programmes leading to QQI awards but refer to QQI awards in the course of their business, the same requirement applies.
 
Providers should use the QQI Business System (QBS) here and enter their login details to access the area for usage guidelines and downloading of the QQI Award brand logo.  

Providers must use appropriate wording when displaying the brand on their website and in their literature and marketing materials. For stakeholders who do not deliver programmes leading to QQI awards but refer to QQI awards in their course of business, the same requirement applies.

For example:

PROVIDERWORDING

​A provider of programmes leading to QQI awards

​[Name] + [- a provider of programmes leading to QQI awards]

​A provider of a programme (programmes) leading to a QQI Award Level 5 - further education and training

​[Name] + [- a provider of a programme (programmes) leading to a QQI Award Level 5 - further education and training]

​A provider of a programme (programmes) leading to a QQI Award Level 8 - higher education and training

​[Name] + [- a provider of a programme (programmes) leading to a QQI Award Level 8 - higher education and training]

 

National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ)

The ‘NFQ fan’ diagram and logo have been updated. Reference to the former awarding bodies “FETAC” and “HETAC” has been removed and replaced by “QQI”. The NFQ fan with logo and the logo on its own, can be downloaded by clicking on the relevant image below.  For more information about the NFQ please see our interactive diagram here.

  

 

 

Please note that use of the QQI corporate brand is strictly forbidden.