Assessing Competence in the Workplace

Level 3 Certificate

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Availability & Details

Assessing Competence in the Work Place Level 3 Group 1 (Havant)- 6317-31 HC-ACWPL3-G(2021)SA1

Havant Campus

Type of study

14-Sep-2020 - 09-Jul-2021 (weeks)

Examination board
City & Guilds
Course Full Fee £270.00
Exam Full Fee £


This Level 3 Certificate is intended for those who assess vocational skills knowledge and understanding in a range of environments e.g. workplace, classroom or other training environments. It is split into three units and you enrol onto each unit separately.

In order to be considered for this course, an informal interview will need to be undertaken with a member of the Adult Learning Team at the Havant Campus.

A minimum of two candidates, including special requirement arrangements, is essential for two of the three units you will study on this course.

On this course you will study the following units:

  • Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment (Unit 301)
  • Assessing Occupational Competence in the Work Environment (Unit 302)
  • Assessing Vocational Achievement (Unit 303) 

Each unit will comprise of a training session, tutorials, professional discussions, assessments and observations and is designed for those who wish to assess occupational competence in the work environment. 

At HSDC, an experienced and qualified tutor will guide and support you through the complete programme as both your individual tutor and assessor. You will build a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate practice, observation of practice and professional discussion.

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