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BTEC Apprenticeship Assessment Workbook Level 2 Health & Social Care

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1. THE APPRENTICESHIP AND YOUR ROLE
In this induction section you will show that you understand the employer/employee relationship and what someone who works in the health and social care sector is required to do. The Workbook will help you to show that you follow agreed ways of working.

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
Task 1
WorkSkills: Unit 1: 1.1, 1.2

Task 1a
Complete the spider diagram below to show that you understand what each component of the Apprenticeship is for and how it is assessed. • In each box, for Number 1 say what the component is for.

Diploma 1.

Generic, dementia and learning disability. alongside other components.

2. Checked by the assessor

Employment Rights and Responsibilities 1.

ERR

BTEC 1. Social care level 2 and 3 2. Checked by the assessor

2. Checked by the assessor

alongside other components.

Apprenticeship components

alongside other components.

Key/Functional Skills 1. 2.

Functional skills English, Math
Checked by the assessor alongside other components.

Personal, learning and thinking skills 1. Skills for working life 2. Checked by the assessor alongside other components

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BTEC Apprenticeship Assessment Workbook Level 2 Health & Social Care

• For Number 2 say how it is assessed. Types of assessment are given in a list below. Choose the most appropriate one or two. Assessment methods: • portfolio • online test • paper-based test. One example has been done for you.
WorkSkills: Unit 1: 3.1, 3.2 ERR/WorkSkills: Unit 3: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3

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Task 1b
In the table below write a list of different careers that you could aim to have after your Apprenticeship. In the second column, write in where you could get advice about how to progress on this career pathway. In the third column put two possible routes for this career path. An example has been

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