ECCTIS Ltd awarded new contract to manage the UK NARIC contract. UK NARIC now operates on a not-for-profit basis.
Re-awarded tender to operate the UK NARIC service. UK NCP and ECVET Centre for England also incorporated into service provision.
ECCTIS Ltd awarded contract to run the ECVET (European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training) Centre for England.
Contract to run UK ReferNet service awarded to ECCTIS Ltd.
ECCTIS Ltd awarded contract to manage the National Contact Point for Professional Qualifications in the UK (UK NCP) operating under contract to the Department of Innovation Universities and Skills (DIUS).
Department for Education and Skills and Department of Work and Pensions re-award ECCTIS Ltd the contract
to manage and run the UK’s National Europass Centre until 2013.
Awarded contract to administer the Certificate of Experience (CertEx) scheme.
Department for Education and Skills re-awarded in the management of the UK NARIC contract to ECCTIS
Ltd for a further 6 years.
ECCTIS Ltd was awarded the management of the National Europass Centre for the UK (UK NEC) for
coordination, management and promotion of all UK activities related to Europass and its documents.
ECCTIS Ltd was awarded the management of the National Reference Point for Vocational Qualifications
(UK NRP) operated under the contract to the Department for Education and Skills (DfES).
The DfES re-awarded in the management of the UK NARIC contract to ECCTIS Ltd for a further 6 years.
ECCTIS Ltd took over the management of the UK NARIC operated under the contract to the Department
for Education and Skills (DfES).
A total of 4,800 access points were achieved and ECCTIS Ltd paid its first royalty to the Government
from subscription revenue.
The then Department for Education recognised the progress of ECCTIS Ltd by awarding a 10 year unfunded
contract for the continuing management of ECCTIS Ltd.
1990 - 1994
From 1990, ECCTIS Ltd held a funded contract with the then Secretary of State for Education and Science.
Prior to 1990 the Open University had held the ECCTIS Ltd contract which was 100% funded by the Government.
The remit for ECCTIS Ltd for 1990-1994 was to establish ECCTIS Ltd as a self-funding service, to
progress its quality and develop its use by all who could potentially benefit. In 1990 ECCTIS Ltd was
70% funded by Government, by the end of 1994 ECCTIS Ltd was operating as a full self-funding service,
serving over 750,000 students at 4,300 CD-ROM access points.
ECCTIS Ltd Limited was formed when it successfully competed in a closed tendering exercise for the ECCTIS Ltd contract.