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City & Guilds Level 2 qualification in Cycle Mechanics (3902-28)

Written by John Shaw on . Posted in Cycle Mechanics

Learn the basics of servicing repairing and refurbishing bicycles with this "Introductory Qualifications in Vehicle Systems, Body and Paint Maintenance and Cycle Mechanics" mechanics qualifications. You'll learn the basic skills you need to enrol in more advanced qualifications. You don't need any previous experience, and you don't need to be working in the industry already. You might be a young learner (age 14 and up) or an adult. These qualifications cover a variety of automotive related areas including: Suspension systems, repair a cycle puncture, build a cycle wheel You will learn in a group with your training provider through practical sessions in a workshop or assignments. You'll be assessed using practical activities and oral/written questioning. Level 2 will suit you if you have some relevant knowledge and understanding of cycle mechanics. There is one qualification available in this level:
  • Certificate in cycle mechanics.

Level 2 Certificate in Cycle Mechanics

  • Accreditation No: 600/0660/2 This is a reference number related to UK accreditation framework
  • Type: Credit based qualification This is categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessment
  • Credits: 20 Credits are a measure of the size of the qualification
  • Guided Learning Hours: 103 - 103 This is the average contact time a centre would typically commit
  • Last Certification: 31/12/2019

City & Guilds Level 1 qualification in Cycle Mechanics (3902-18)

Written by John Shaw on . Posted in Cycle Mechanics

Learn the basics of servicing repairing and refurbishing bicycles with this "Introductory Qualifications in Vehicle Systems, Body and Paint Maintenance and Cycle Mechanics" mechanics qualifications. You'll learn the basic skills you need to enrol in more advanced qualifications. You don't need any previous experience, and you don't need to be working in the industry already. You might be a young learner (age 14 and up) or an adult. These qualifications cover a variety of automotive related areas including: Suspension systems, repair a cycle puncture, build a cycle wheel You will learn in a group with your training provider through practical sessions in a workshop or assignments. You'll be assessed using practical activities and oral/written questioning.

Level 1 Award in Cycle Mechanics

  • Accreditation No: 600/0495/2 This is a reference number related to UK accreditation framework
  • Type: Credit based qualification This is categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessment
  • Credits: 6 Credits are a measure of the size of the qualification
  • Guided Learning Hours: 31 - 129 This is the average contact time a centre would typically commit
  • Last Certification: 30/06/2021

Training / Tutoring / Coaching / Mentoring: Level 4

Written by John Shaw on . Posted in Courses, Training / Tutoring / Coaching / Mentoring

A practical qualification for those who develop learning programmes which is assessed through observation, inspection of work products, oral questions and discussions, learner statement, written questions, witness testimony. These qualifications help to improve standards of practice for those working in training and development, they include a range of 'mini qualifications' to boost special skills and knowledge. These qualifications are for people working in, or looking to enter roles in learning and development. They have been developed to replace the Learning and Development NVQs. The units and qualifications will provide people who carry out learning and development roles in their organisation with the opportunity to develop and improve their practice as well as achieving a professional qualification for the role. They are available to anyone working in accredited learning, non-accredited learning (where people may train and assess skills but do not assess for a qualification), the Qualification on the National Qualification Framework (NQF) and the Qualifications on the Qualification Credit Framework (QCF). Learners can also go on to take one of City & Guilds' suite of Assessment and Internal Quality Assurance qualifications These qualifications allow learners to learn, develop and practice the skills required for employment and/or career progression as a trainer/tutor/coach or mentor in many sectors. You will learn on the job in a work environment or in workshops, assessment methods include assignment, professional discussion, observation, work products and Q&A. You are working in training and development and have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge. Level 4 is ideal if you are working at a senior or managerial level in learning and development and have a great deal of professional experience.
  • Trainer
  • Tutor
  • Assessor
  • Internal quality assurer
  • Learning and development manager
  • Learning and development consultant.
Level 4 City & Guilds Diploma in Learning & Development (6318-05): As below Diploma in Learning & Development: 45 Credits (60027733) or Diploma in Learning & Development (Management Endorsement): 45 Credits (60027733) City & Guilds Managing Learning (6318-09): 24 Credits (60069818) These qualifications are for those who deliver learning to either individuals or groups to implement the learning cycle – this is a recognised training qualification that was developed by LLUK (now LSIS). Assessed through observation, inspection of work products, learner statements, oral questions and discussions, witness testimony.

City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning: 8 Credits (50065804)

Written by John Shaw on . Posted in Courses, Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)

Level 3 is ideal if you work or want to work in the sport and leisure industry. You'd like a solid introduction to the legal and working requirements of the sector to increase your employability or to fulfil part of the Advanced Apprenticeship in Active Leisure and Learning. The Level 3 Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning aim to give learners basic awareness of the active leisure industry, in terms of understanding job roles and employment law, including how it affects them as an individual and in relation to the wider profession. This can form part of the Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeships in Active Leisure and Learning.
The qualification covers:
  • Understanding employment rights and responsibilities
  • Understanding the Active Leisure and Learning Sector
  • Understanding the employing organisation.
For this qualification you'll learn in a group environment with your training provider. You'll demonstrate what you've learned through assignments. There is also an online, multiple choice exam in addition to the assignments.

City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning: 6 Credits (50065816)

Written by John Shaw on . Posted in Courses, Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)

The Level 2 is ideal if you work or want to work in the sport and leisure industry. You'd like a solid introduction to the legal and working requirements of the sector to increase your employability or to fulfil part of the Advanced Apprenticeship in Active Leisure and Learning. Want to turn your love of sport and leisure activities into a career? This qualification is designed to give you a solid introduction to working in the sport and active leisure industry. You'll gain greater awareness of the industry and what you can do to succeed in employment, as well as an understanding of roles, responsibilities and how employment law affects you and others.
This qualification is aimed at people who want to work or already work in the sport and active leisure industry. If you're not already in the industry, you'll need access to work experience. You don't need any prior qualifications to take the Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning.
The Level 2 Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning aims to give learners basic awareness of the active leisure industry, in terms of understanding job roles and employment law, including how it affects them as an individual and in relation to the wider profession. This can form part of the Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeships in Active Leisure and Learning.