Joint Examining Board

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Joint Examining Board (JEB) was founded in 1912 by J. H. Pitman (of Pitman Shorthand fame), JEB offers a range of up to date qualifications to support ICT teaching and the skills development of staff in FE, schools, and other organisations.[1] JEB uses Distance Learning to deliver its course material. A number of training colleges in the UK and Ireland run specific courses aimed at facilitating students attaining the JEB qualifications. JEB is part of the JHP Group.

There are a number of JEB qualifications aligned to the UK National Qualifications Framework (NQF).


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