NCFE LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE IN PREPARING TO WORK IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE

  • Ref: 600/0688/2
  • Sector: Health, Public Services and Care

This qualification is designed for learners interested in, or new to, working in adult social care in England. It covers a range of key areas of knowledge applicable to working in the sector.


Qualification Fees:


Fee per learner
£53.00


Qualification Specification

This qualification specification contains everything you need to know about this qualification and should be used by everyone involved in the planning, delivery and assessment.


Purpose Statement

This document outlines the content of the qualification, who it’s designed for, what opportunities it could lead to and which providers support its delivery.


Occupational Competence Guidelines

This document is intended to give some guidance on the experience and qualifications needed to delivery and assess this qualification


Skills for Care and Development QCF Assessment Principles

This mandatory document outlines the policies and principles for assessing competence units.


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Qualification information

Reference No 600/0688/2
Sector Health, Public Services and Care
Level Level 2
Minimum entry age Pre 16
GLH 179
Credit value 20
Fee £53.00
Registration end date 31/12/2017
Certification end date 31/12/2019

Generic Occupational Competence guidance and staffing requirements

Where qualification specifications don’t include specific mandatory staffing requirements, centres should refer to this document for generic guidance.
 

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