Enter the compliance police ...

Compliance and regulatory compatibility has become a greater concern than ensuring that qualifications are commercially, educationally or practically relevant.

Enter the compliance police, lacking the charm or tact of some despotic regime. There are no silly hats, snappy uniforms and oversized epaulettes. They rule by virtue of a spineless culture, sapping any value out of the qualification. Like a toothless limpet sucking away until the remaining carcass resembles a set of random words that pretend to feign vocational relevance.

Worryingly terms which are meaningful when applied by 'law enforcement' and the 'legal system' cannot be used as they don't use the correct verbs.

Really ... hmmm, well f**k me. I would personally be more inclined to be more cognisant of their idea of acceptable, legally defensible practice. Rather than stick to some rigid and less relevant frame work, imposed by the nefarious compliance police. Who in their wisdom seem to be hell bent on employing the runic sayings of a regulator detached from reality in a manner that serves an increasingly unrealistic educational policy.

The same compliance police are turning vendor qualifications into utter tosh. Sad, it would seem that our national qualifications are rapidly working towards churning out young people that are going to be less able to compete in an international market. In spite of their best efforts.


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