Cache Level 2 Award inSupport Work in Schools and Colleges

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The qualification is aimed at a range of learners who currently work, or aspire to work in a support role in a school or college environment.

This qualification provides a level 2 introduction to Support Work in Schools and Colleges. Its generic nature can apply to the many varied roles that full and part-time support staff may fulfil including: administrative roles, site support roles, technical roles and volunteers, as well as roles that work directly with children and young people in the learning environment.

Course Content

  • Introduction to the award and the assessment requirements
  • Understand Schools and Colleges as Organisations
  • Understand Children and Young People’s Development
  • Understand Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults
  • Understand Children and Young People’s Health and Safety
  • Safeguarding Children and Young People
  • Understand Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People
  • Building a portfolio of evidence

Units will be internally assessed using a range of methods including: written assignments and tasks such as designing a leaflet, producing charts, diagrams, designing a PowerPoint presentation, designing a staff briefing document, producing a booklet with illustrations and setting up an information board.

Modules

SWSC1: Schools and Colleges as Organisations
SWSC2: Children and Young People’s Development
SWSC3: Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults SWSC4: Children and Young People’s Health and Safety
SWSC5: Safeguarding Children and Young People
SWSC6: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People

Features/Benefits

This is a knowledge-only qualification and learners do not need to be working or undertaking practical placements to take this qualification but those currently working or volunteering in a school or college would benefit from the course content.

As well as attending classroom sessions learners should allocate about 6 additional hours per week to undertake independent research/home study and assignment completion.

Entry Requirements

Learners should be at least 19 years old and must be capable of studying at level 2

It is recommended that learners have (or are working towards) Maths and English Grades A-C (Level 2) to enable progression to the certificate.

Progression Opportunities

This qualification shares 3 units with the Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning, providing learners who wish to progress (and can secure school placement hours in a supporting teaching and learning role) with a direct progression route.

Disclaimer

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Key Facts

Mode of Attendance:

  • Part Time

Level:

2

Course Duration:

16 - 20 Weeks

Programme Costs:

  • The fees for this course are currently being confirmed.

Please contact Student Recruitment for more information.

College Course Code:

  • 20/21MPJ0091

Awarding Body:

NCFE

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