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CABWI Awarding Body is a nationally-recognised awarding body, specialising in vocational qualifications for the water and wider utilities industries. These include qualifications in the Qualifications & Credit Framework (QCF), National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) and Street Works Qualifications in Excavation and Reinstatement in the Highway.
CABWI was set up in 1991, as The Certification and Assessment Board for the Water Industry. In 1998, its name was changed to CABWI Awarding Body, to reflect the fact that its schemes cover water, multi-utility and highways.