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Award in Employment Responsibilities

Award in Employment Responsibilities

Qualification:

Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights

Overview & Objective:

The NOCN Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings (QCF) is designed to provide learners with knowledge, skills and understanding of employee rights and responsibilities when employed in the health, social care or children and young people’s settings sectors.

Learners will gain knowledge on the statutory rights and responsibilities of both the learner and their employer when employed in the health, social care or children and young people’s settings sector. They will gain insight into their own role, future progression routes, the types of advice and information available and where this can be sourced, and concerns that may be held by the public around their occupation and industry. The qualification will prepare learners for employment.

The qualification is for:
Learners undertaking an apprenticeship in the health, social care or children and young people settings sectors.

Entry Requirements:

There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification, but it is helpful if learners have sound literacy, numeracy and study skills. The ability to read and interpret given tasks and organise information clearly and coherently will aid the achievement of the qualification. However, we expect that the level of learner’s English language should be equivalent to Entry Level 3/Level 1.

Guidance on Assessment:

NOCN has created an Assessment Booklet containing tasks that directly map to the assessment criteria within the unit. Learners must provide evidence of learning and achievement against all of the assessment criteria specified within the unit by answering all tasks within the Assessment Booklet.

If the learner falls short of the standard required when answering the tasks, or would like to provide additional supporting evidence outside of the tasks set, this evidence must accompany the Assessment Booklet and be assessed by the assessor. Any additional activities outside of the tasks in the Assessment Booklet should be recorded on the Assessor Report Form within the Assessment Booklet.

Progression Opportunities:

Learners will gain the knowledge and skills required to support their role in the workplace as an apprentice in the health and social care or children and young people’s settings sector.
The qualification will lead to progression onto an apprenticeship, additional learning related to the health and social care or children and young people’s settings, or a higher level qualification in the subject to allow for progression to a more senior or specialist role.

Start Date:

Roll On – Roll Off (Please contact our office for further information)

Duration:

10 Weeks (3hrs per week)

Course Fees:

Please contact our office

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