Unit 1- Preparing for an Apprenticeship
1. What are the components of your Apprenticeship?
1.1 What are the components of your Apprenticeship framework and what is the relevance of each?
| Functional Skills Level 1 (English & Maths) : Functional skills provide you with the basic skills that are required in day to day activities to support you in life, learning and work.Employment and Personal Learning and Thinking Skills Level 2 (PLTS) : Personal learning and thinking encourages the development of being able to generate ideas, tackle problems and find solutions, work independently or within teams and understand legal and organisational requirements.Certificate in Healthcare Support Services Level 2 : The purpose of this qualification is to guide and assess the development of knowledge and skills relating to the health workforce. This qualification confirms competence in a range of healthcare support service skills.
| 1.2 Describe how each component will be assessed
Functional Skills Level 1 (English & Maths) : This component will be assessed by the completion and achievement of external assessment (online or paper based test) achieved within an agreed timescale of the first 6 months.Employment and Personal Learning and Thinking Skills Level 2 (PLTS) : This component will be assessed by the completion of the PLTS workbook.Certificate in Healthcare Support Services Level 2 : The component will be assessed through work based learning. Demonstrating knowledge and performance within set criteria using a variety of methods, such as: Observations, Work Products, Case Studies, Professional/Guided Discussion.
| 1.3 Describe the purpose of the apprenticeship agreement
The apprenticeship agreement states that all persons involved in the apprenticeship are supportive to the learner achieving what has been agreed, and are fully committed to do so. This relies highly on the learner being dedicated and motivated to achieve their milestones, the...
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