This qualification is ideal for anyone who wants to gain the skills, knowledge and competence to work in day to day roles that require you to give information advice and guidance
This qualification is for those working within information advice and guidance settings, these roles can vary from business to business and incorporate many types of positions. It is designed for full or part time workers, paid, and voluntary, permanent or temporary. This qualification will provide progression routes to roles such as:
There are no formal entry requirements to access this course; however, you will need access to a PC/Laptop/Mac and internet access. You will also be required to be motivated and able to set aside time to complete your work
As this is a vocational qualification there are no final exams for you to sit. You will be continually assessed using a variety of tasks intended to show and use the skillset that you have.
This course is delivered remotely utilising our materials and the use of zoom / teams / Skype, etc. All written work will be submitted and assesed via our portfolio system.
The duration of the course is approximately 50 hours TQT. This includes tutoring and individual learning; however, as we take into account your previous work and academic history this could be less.
On completion of this qualification you will be able to provide advice and guidance in a professional or voluntary role, you may also supervise and support other staff members.
See the course format below, for further information.
This qualification comprises of two mandatory units.
4 Credit unit at Level 3
Be able to enable clients to explore their issues
Be able to sustain interactions with clients
Be able to bring interactions to a close
3 Credit unit at Level 3