“The course is being offered at Bath College in Somerset and includes topics like sex-toy product knowledge, sexual health issues, and sexual identity. Sex toy retailer Lovehoney has teamed up with the college to develop the unique course, which has already produced its first graduates. … They leave with a Level 2 in Sexual Happiness, accredited by Bath College and awarding body ABMA Education.”
Which, if it is like the National Vocational Qualifications (now renamed Regulated Qualifications Framework) that were once designed to be awarded to accredit those already in the workplace for qualifications they could prove they already have but then moved into collages to accredit students who don’t and have not yet worked in an office but would after they have “proved” they could answer a dummy fax message on a fax machine in a dummy reception area on a Business Administration course.
Leading of course to the abbreviation “NVQ” being assumed to mean “Not Very Qualified”, and in that vein said course in Bath will likely produce sexual happiness “gurus” who have never never had it and with competence likely validated with a set of borrowed ben wa balls.
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