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Course Image Functional Skills English level 1

Overview of Functional Skills English Level 1: 

There are three components to Functional Skills Level 1: Reading, Writing (including Spelling, punctuation, and grammar) and Speaking, listening and communicating. 

Component 1 Speaking, listening and communication skill standard: Take part in formal and informal discussions and exchanges that include unfamiliar subjects. 

  1. Make relevant and extended contributions to discussions, allowing for and responding to others’ input. 

  1. Prepare for and contribute to the formal discussion of ideas and opinions. 

  1. Make different kinds of contributions to discussions. 

  1. Present information/points of view clearly and in appropriate language. 

Component 2 Writing Skill Standard: Write a range of texts to communicate information, ideas, and opinions, using formats and styles suitable for their purpose and audience. 

  1. Write clearly and coherently, including an appropriate level of detail. 

  1. Present information in a logical sequence. 

  1. Use language, format, and structure suitable for purpose and audience. 

  1. Use correct grammar, including correct and consistent use of tense. 

  1. Ensure written work includes generally accurate punctuation and spelling and that meaning is clear. 

Component 3 Reading skill Standard: Read and understand a range of straightforward texts. 

  1. Identify the main points and ideas and how they are presented in a variety of texts. 

  1. Read and understand texts in detail. 

  1. Utilise information contained in texts. 

  1. Identify suitable responses to texts. 


Course Image Maths Functional Skills E3 - L2

Functional Skills Mathematics qualifications are designed to give learners the skills to operate confidently, effectively and independently in education, work and everyday life. Learners may study Functional Skills Maths from Entry Level 3 to Level 2.

Course Image Company Wide - Team Meeting Recordings
This is where we will be storing recordings from the Company Wide Team Meetings
Course Image Using Solution 9

This short course is to help trainers to use the features of Solution 9 to find the Commitment Statement, Skill Scan, and exemption certificates needed for OneFile.

This course will take 15 minutes


Course Image Eco-Week course

Our Eco Week course to learn more about being greener. This a collection of information about being greener and Eco-Conscious. 

Course Image L2 BTEC First Health & Social Care Mandatory Units

BTEC First qualifications were originally designed for use in colleges, schools and the workplace as an introductory Level 2 course for learners wanting to study in the context of a vocational sector.  This is still relevant today. 

The knowledge, understanding and skills learned in studying a BTEC First will aid progression to further study and prepare learners to enter the workplace in due course. In the Health and Social Care sector, typical employment opportunities may include working as an apprentice or in a supervised entry role, depending on specific job requirements and age restrictions.

Course Image L2 BTEC First Certificate in Health & Social Care (Mandatory Units)

BTEC First qualifications were originally designed for use in colleges, schools and the workplace as an introductory Level 2 course for learners wanting to study in the context of a vocational sector.  This is still relevant today. 

The knowledge, understanding and skills learned in studying a BTEC First will aid progression to further study and prepare learners to enter the workplace in due course. In the Health and Social Care sector, typical employment opportunities may include working as an apprentice or in a supervised entry role, depending on specific job requirements and age restrictions.

Course Image iCQ Level 2 Award in Understanding Customer Service in the Retail Sector

This qualification is for those who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of customer service in the retail environment

Course Image BTEC Level 2 Technical Certificate in Business Administration

This qualification has been developed to ensure it enables learners to develop the skills and behaviours that will give them the best opportunity to be successful when applying for work. 

The areas covered include: 

  • business administrative environment 
  • providing administrative services and support 
  • business technology 
  • processing and communicating information.

Achieving this qualification will give learners an advantage when applying for a job in business administration. The types of role they will be ready for are:

  • business administrator 
  • administrative assistant 
  • office administrator. 

When studied as part of a full study programme, this qualification also gives learners a sound basis to progress further in a business administrative role, and to a Level 3 qualification such as a Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Business, a Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship or a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in a Tech Level qualification.

Course Image Functional Skills English E3

Functional Skills English Overview of the course: 

The Pearson Edexcel Functional Skills Qualification in English at Entry Level 3 indicates that learners should be able to speak, listen, communicate, read, and write with increasing clarity, accuracy, and effectiveness. Learners should, be able to apply these functional skills to informal and some formal contexts, in familiar situations.  

Functional Skills qualifications provide reliable evidence of a learner’s achievements against demanding content that is relevant to the workplace. The qualifications assess learners’ underpinning subject knowledge and their ability to apply this knowledge to different contexts. They provide a foundation for progression to employment and further technical education, and they help learners to develop skills for everyday life. 

Learners will develop understanding and skills in English, giving learners the opportunity to: 

● demonstrate the ability at an appropriate level to read, write, speak, listen, and communicate in     English 

 ● apply this knowledge and these skills in familiar situations. 

 ● achieve a foundation for further study at Levels 1 and 2. 

The Pearson Edexcel Functional Skills Qualification in English at Entry Level 3 consists of three components. 

Component 1: Speaking, Listening and Communicating Texts Learners should practise different types of speaking, listening, and communicating activities. This should include straightforward narratives, accounts, explanations, discussions instructions, information, and descriptions 

Component 2: Reading Texts Learners should practise reading different types of text. This should include straightforward texts that instruct, describe, narrate, and explain.   

Component 3: Writing Texts Learners should practise writing different types of text. This should include straightforward texts such as narratives, instructions, explanations, and reports. 

Learners must pass the following assessments before the qualification can be awarded:  

● a Speaking, Listening and Communicating assessment  

● a Reading assessment  

● a Writing assessment.  

 

Assessment will be via: Internally set and assessed Speaking, Listening and Communicating assessments. Externally set, on-demand Reading and Writing assessments, internally marked, and externally verified.