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1 Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) Candi logbook January 2011 Version 4.0 (November 2013)

2 About City & Guilds City & Guilds is the UK s leading provider of vocational qualifications, offering over 500 awards across a wide range of industries, and progressing from entry level to the highest levels of professional achievement. With over 8500 centres in 100 countries, City & Guilds is recognised by employers worldwide for providing qualifications that offer proof of the skills they need to get the job done. City & Guilds Group The City & Guilds Group includes City & Guilds, ILM (the Institute of Leadership & Management, which provides management qualifications, learning materials and membership services), City & Guilds NPTC (which offers land-based qualifications and membership services), City & Guilds HAB (the Hospitality Awarding Body), and City & Guilds Centre for Skills Development. City & Guilds also manages the Engineering Council Examinations on behalf of the Engineering Council. Equal opportunities City & Guilds fully supports the principle of equal opportunities and we are committed to satisfying this principle in all our activities and published material. A copy of our equal opportunities policy statement is available on the City & Guilds website. Copyright The content of this document is, unless otherwise indicated, The City and Guilds of London Institute and may not be copied, reproduced or distributed without prior written consent. However, approved City & Guilds centres and candis studying for City & Guilds qualifications may photocopy this document free of charge and/or include a PDF version of it on centre intranets on the following conditions: centre staff may copy the material only for the purpose of teaching candis working towards a City & Guilds qualification, or for internal administration purposes candis may copy the material only for their own use when working towards a City & Guilds qualification The Standard Copying Conditions (which can be found on the City & Guilds website) also apply. Please note: National Occupational Standards are not The City and Guilds of London Institute. Please check the conditions upon which they may be copied with the relevant Sector Skills Council. Publications City & Guilds publications are available on the City & Guilds website or from our Publications Sales department at the address below or by telephoning +44 (0) or faxing +44 (0) Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this publication is true and correct at the time of going to press. However, City & Guilds products and services are subject to continuous development and improvement and the right is reserved to change products and services from time to time. City & Guilds cannot accept liability for loss or damage arising from the use of information in this publication. City & Guilds 1 Giltspur Street London EC1A 9DD Centres +44 (0) Learners +44 (0)

3 Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) Candi logbook January 2011 Version 4.0 (November 2013) Qualification title Number Ofqual ref. Entry 3 Award in Employability and Personal Development /4083/2 Entry 3 Certificate in Employability and Personal Development /4079/0 Entry 3 Diploma in Employability and Personal Development /1536/4 Version and Change detail Section 2.0 February 2013 Unit 339 amended Using your logbook 3.0 June 2013 Units 359, 807, 808, 809 and 854 deleted and barred combination added. About the units 4.0 November 2013 Units 382, 383 and 872 added. About the units Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 1

4 City & Guilds Skills for a brighter future 2Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

5 Contents 1 About your candi logbook Contact details Introduction to the logbook 8 2 About the units Overview The assessment process 10 3 Using your logbook 11 Entry 3 Award and Certificate in Employability and Personal Development 12 Unit Planning for progression 13 Unit Effective skills, qualities and attitudes for learning and work 15 Unit Career planning and making applications 17 Unit Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 19 Unit Introduction to ICT 21 Unit Managing personal finance 23 Unit Supporting others 25 Unit Enterprise activity: producing products or services 26 Unit Work-based experience 28 Unit Community project 30 Unit Contributing to a team 32 Unit Candi project 34 Unit Personal skills 35 Unit Introduction to sustainable development and global citizenship 37 Unit Community action 38 Unit Developing self 39 Unit Dealing with problems in daily life 41 Unit Environmental awareness 42 Unit Healthy living 43 Unit Individual rights and responsibilities 44 Unit Making the most of leisure time 45 Unit Managing own money 46 Unit Managing social relationships 47 Unit Parenting awareness 48 Unit Preparation for work 50 Unit Working as part of a group 51 Unit Alternatives to paid work 52 Unit Self-assessment 53 Unit Career progression 54 Unit Working as a volunteer 55 Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 3

6 Unit Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 56 Unit Solving work-related problems 57 Unit Preparing for work placement 59 Unit Learning from work placement 61 Unit Safe learning in the workplace 62 Unit Searching for a job 64 Unit Applying for a job 65 Unit Preparing for an interview 66 Unit Interview skills 67 Unit Self-management skills 68 Unit Conduct at work 69 Unit Speaking confidently at work 70 Unit Presenting accurate documents 71 Unit Introduction to aspects of citizenship 72 Unit Personal body hygiene awareness 74 Unit Developing domestic skills 75 Unit Developing skills for table setting in your home 77 Unit Introduction to issues of substance misuse 78 Unit Developing an awareness of social and physical aspects of adult relationships 79 Unit Introduction to understanding diversity in society 81 Unit Introduction to developing parenting skills 82 Unit Developing skills for shopping for your home 84 Unit Work awareness 85 Unit Getting to a destination safely and on time 86 Unit Prioritising tasks 87 Unit Managing your time 88 Unit Health and safety in places of work 89 Unit Understanding conflict at work 90 Unit Preparing for and learning from interviews 91 Unit Presenting personal information effectively 93 Unit Learning about the range of opportunities in work 95 Unit Learning about workplace values and practices 97 Unit Developing skills for a healthy lifestyle 99 Unit Introduction to understanding young people, law and order 1 Unit Introduction to the rights and responsibilities of citizenship 2 Unit Drug and Alcohol Awareness Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

7 Unit Developing Skills for Hygiene and Health 5 Unit Working towards goals 7 Unit Aspects of Citizenship 8 Unit Developing Skills for a healthy lifestyle 9 Unit Recognise and use hand tools and materials used in construction 0 Unit Recognise and use hand tools and materials used in decorating 1 Unit Serving food and drink 2 Unit Basic food preparation 3 Unit Basic cooking 4 Unit Guest services in the hospitality industry 5 Unit Customer service in the hospitality industry 6 Unit Wax and polish a motor car or van 7 Unit Remove, check and replace a wheel on a motor car or van 8 Unit Check and maintain levels of fluids in a motor car or van 9 Unit Check and maintain lights on a motor car or van 0 Unit Replace spark plugs 1 Unit Introduction to brickwork Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 5

8 Unit Introduction to carpentry and joinery 3 Unit Introduction to the hospitality industry 4 Unit Understanding human growth and development 5 Unit Introduction to developing skills for caring for your child 6 Unit Introduction to food and nutrition for children and young people 7 Unit Introduction to preparing, presenting and keeping food for children and young people 8 Unit Introduction to using the Internet 9 Unit Introduction to using word processing software 0 Unit Introduction to using ICT systems 1 Unit Introduction to personal digital photograph processing 2 Unit Painting and Decorating Skills 3 Unit Painting and Decorating: Cutting and Hanging Wall Coverings 5 Unit Spreadsheet software 7 Unit Design and imaging software 8 Unit Desktop publishing software 9 Unit Introduction to Using the Internet for Shopping Appendix 1 1 Summary of City & Guilds assessment policies Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

9 Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 7

10 City & Guilds Skills for a brighter future 8Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

11 1 About your candi logbook 1.1 Contact details Candi name Candi enrolment number Centre name Centre number Programme start Date of registration with City & Guilds Keep a record of relevant contact details in the space provided below. You may find it helpful to make a note of phone numbers and addresses here. Your Assessor(s) Your Internal Verifier Quality Assurance Contact Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 9

12 1 About your candi logbook 1.2 Introduction to the logbook This logbook will help you complete the units in City & Guilds Employability and Personal Development qualifications. It contains forms you can use to record your evidence of what you have done. There are 312 units in total available in this suite of qualifications, spanning four levels (Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2). You should discuss and agree with your assessor/tutor which of these units you are going to work towards. The units in this logbook are for Entry 3 only. About City & Guilds City & Guilds is your awarding organisation for these units. City & Guilds is the UK s leading awarding organisation for vocational qualifications. Information about City & Guilds and our qualifications is available on our website 10Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

13 2 About the units 2.1 Overview City & Guilds Employability and Personal Development qualifications help you to demonstrate that you have the personal skills, qualities and attitudes needed by employers. They will help you to look for, obtain and maintain employment. By developing your skills and confidence, these qualifications may also help you progress to further learning. They are made up of a wide variety of units which fall into two broad categories: Employability and Personal and Social Development (PSD) units Vocational taster units You will need to decide with your assessor/tutor which units you should do. Depending on which units you complete (and the number of credits they are worth), you may be entitled to either an Award or Certificate qualification. Each unit contains a list of things you need to do to show that you have the required skills or knowledge; these are known as assessment criteria. You will need to meet all of the assessment criteria to complete the unit. Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 11

14 2 About the units 2.2 The assessment process The majority of the units in the Employability and Personal Development qualifications are assessed by what is known as a portfolio. A portfolio is a collection of evidence which demonstrates that you have achieved all the assessment criteria in a unit. Some of the vocational taster units are assessed differently and your assessor/tutor will explain this to you. The following people at your centre will explain the assessment process and help you achieve your unit(s). The assessor/tutor The assessor/tutor is the person you will have the most contact with as you work towards your unit(s). You may have more than one assessor/tutor depending on which unit(s) you take or you may be assessed by a person who is not your tutor. The internal verifier The internal verifier maintains the quality of assessment within the centre. The external verifier The external verifier works for City & Guilds and helps to ensure that your centre meets the required standards for quality and assessment. 12Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

15 3 Using your logbook Recording forms This logbook contains the forms you and your assessor/tutor will need to plan, review and organise your evidence. Your tutor/assessor will be able to help you decide which forms you need to complete (depending on which unit(s) you are doing) and help you fill them in. Please photocopy these forms as required. Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 13

16 Entry 3 Award and Certificate in Employability and Personal Development Candi progress record Candi s name... Start... Registration number... Registration... Units achieved Title of unit... Tick when achieved Unit number Credit Value Date achieved Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Title of unit... Award achieved at level Certificate achieved at level Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 14Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

17 Unit Planning for progression Credit value: 3 Y/501/6921 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 201 Entry 2 Planning for progression 339 Entry 3 Self-assessment 401 Level 1 Planning for progression 440 Level 1 Self-assessment 496 Level 1 Assertive living 544 Level 1 Self-assessment 587 Level 2 Improving own performance. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to plan for progression by understanding his/her programme and the facilities and support available and by being able to recognise and build on personal strengths. 1. Understand own study or training programme 2. Know the facilities and support available in the place of study or training 3. Recognise personal strengths (skills, qualities and attitudes) needed for learning and work 1.1 identify what you aim to achieve by the end of the study or training programme 1.2 describe what you need to do in order to follow the programme 1.3 identify the centre rules and regulations that affect you as a learner. 2.1 list the facilities provided in the place of study or training 2.2 identify the support available for learners. 3.1 identify positive qualities and attitudes needed for learning and work 3.2 list your own personal strengths 3.3 give an example of something related to learning and work that you feel good about and something you feel confident Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 15

18 4. Agree an action plan for self improvement doing. 4.1 identify areas for improvement with an appropriate person 4.2 contribute towards an action plan or contract. I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 16Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

19 Unit Effective skills, qualities and attitudes for learning and work Credit value: 3 D/501/6922 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 202 Entry 2 Effective skills, qualities and attitudes for learning and work 352 Entry 3 Conduct at work 402 Level 1 Effective skills, qualities and attitudes for learning and work 446 Level 1 Positive attitudes and behaviours at work 502 Level 2 Effective skills, qualities and attitudes for learning and work 588 Level 2 Operating in a work environment 591 Level 2 Personal presentation in the workplace. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to be able to demonstrate positive qualities, attitudes and behaviours for learning and work, to understand why effective communication is important and to be able to work effectively under frequent supervision. 1. Demonstrate a range of positive qualities, attitudes and behaviour for learning and work 2. Understand why effective communication is important 1.1 give examples of positive behaviour 1.2 demonstrate behaviours appropriate to learning and work 1.3 demonstrate adaptability and flexibility (eg adapt to changes in requirements or information) 1.4 demonstrate motivation 1.5 demonstrate commitment 2.1 give examples of appropriate and inappropriate verbal communication 2.2 give examples of appropriate and inappropriate non-verbal communication 2.3 use positive body language 2.4 respond to questions and requests from colleagues and/or customers Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 17

20 3. Work effectively under frequent supervision 3.1 receive and respond to instructions 3.2 check your understanding of instructions 3.3 confirm the tasks that need to be done and deadlines 3.4 confirm the help, materials, equipment and/or tools needed to complete tasks 3.5 work safely following health and safety guidelines 3.6 complete tasks as directed to the required standard 3.7 learn from mistakes and accept feedback I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 18Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

21 Unit Career planning and making applications Credit value: 3 H/501/6923 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 203 Entry 2 Career planning and making applications 231 Entry 2 Individual rights and responsibilities 340 Entry 3 Career progression 342 Entry 3 Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 347 Entry 3 Searching for a job 348 Entry 3 Applying for a job 373 Entry 3 Presenting personal information effectively 374 Entry 3 Learning about the range of opportunities in work 375 Entry 3 Learning about workplace values and practices 403 Level 1 Career planning and making applications 436 Level 1 Preparation for work 441 Level 1 Career progression 451 Level 1 Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 459 Level 1 Searching for a job 460 Level 1 Applying for a job 474 Level 1 Recognising employment opportunities 495 Level 1 Presenting personal information effectively 503 Level 2 Career planning and making applications 545 Level 2 Career progression 563 Level 2 Searching for a job 564 Level 2 Applying for a job 582 Level 2 Applying for work 602 Level 2 Presenting personal information effectively. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to be able to recognise and apply for a suitable job, training programme or course. 1. Agree a suitable career pathway 1.1 list sources of careers advice and guidance 1.2 list possible career options 1.3 agree a suitable career pathway Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 19

22 2. Know where to look for a job, training programme or course 3. Recognise suitable jobs or training opportunities 4. Apply for a job, training placement or course 5. Understand the interview process 2.1 list sources of information for job vacancies, training programmes or courses 3.1 list your personal skills and achievements that will help in getting a job or a training course 3.2 list a range of jobs or training opportunities 3.3 match your skills and achievements to the range of jobs or training opportunities 4.1 obtain an application form and/or job details 4.2 complete the application 5.1 list what needs to be considered in preparation for the interview 5.2 observe or take part in a real or simulated interview 5.3 give one example of effective and one example of ineffective interview practice I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 20Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

23 Unit Rights and responsibilities in the workplace Credit value: 3 K/501/6924 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 204 Entry 2 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 231 Entry 2 Individual rights and responsibilities 331 Entry 3 Individual rights and responsibilities 342 Entry 3 Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 371 Entry 3 Understanding conflict at work 375 Entry 3 Learning about workplace values and practices 404 Level 1 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 431 Level 1 Individual rights and responsibilities 451 Level 1 Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 493 Level 1 Understanding conflict at work 554 Level 2 Investigating rights and responsibilities at work 594 Level 2 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 601 Level 2 Dealing with conflict. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to understand that employees have rights and responsibilities and why health and safety rules are important. 1. Understand that employees have rights 1.1 list a range of employee rights 1.2 state how employee rights are protected by law 2. Understand that employees have responsibilities 3. Understand why health and safety rules are important 2.1 list a range of employee responsibilities 2.2 give examples of information that needs to be confidential 2.3 state why it is important to inform an employer of absence from work. 3.1 recognise and respond to hazards in your place of learning or work 3.2 list requirements for personal health and safety in your place of learning or work Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 21

24 3.3 list the guidelines for alcohol and medication (prescribed and non-prescribed) in your place of learning or work 3.4 follow requirements for personal health and safety 3.5 follow emergency procedures. I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 22Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

25 Unit Introduction to ICT Credit value: 3 M/501/6925 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 205 Entry 2 Introduction to ICT. The aim of this unit is to introduce the learner to computer literacy. 1. Interact with and use an ICT system 2. Follow recommended safe operating practices 1.1 use correct procedures for start and shutdown of an ICT system and to open and close applications 1.2 use input devices 1.3 use output devices 1.4 use software applications 1.5 recognise and use interface features 2.1 list safety points to be remembered when using a computer 2.2 follow safe practices 3. Use ICT to search for, select and use information 4. Enter, develop and present information for an agreed purpose using an ICT system 3.1 use appropriate search techniques 3.2 select information 3.3 use information for an agreed purpose 4.1 enter information 4.2 format text 4.3 insert and position images 4.4 present the information for an agreed purpose I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 23

26 Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 24Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

27 Unit Managing personal finance Credit value: 3 F/501/6931 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 206 Entry 2 Managing personal finance 406 Level 1 Entry 2 Managing personal finance 433 Level 1 Managing own money. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to understand how to manage his/her personal finances. 1. Know the sources of income and expenditure 2. Be aware of the need to balance income and expenditure 3. Know how to reduce expenditure 4. Know some of the products provided by banks and building societies 5. Know the advantages and disadvantages of borrowing money 1.1 list sources of income 1.2 list the ways in which money can be received 1.3 give examples of a range of expenditure 1.4 list the ways in which payment can be made 2.1 use a method of recording income and expenditure 2.2 identify the problems which may occur if expenditure is greater than income 3.1 list ways of reducing expenditure 4.1 list products provided by banks and building societies 4.2 state one benefit of current accounts 5.1 list the advantages of borrowing 5.2 list the disadvantages of borrowing I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 25

28 Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 26Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

29 Unit Supporting others Credit value: 3 K/501/6938 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 341 Entry 3 Working as a volunteer 407 Level 1 Supporting others 440 Level 1 Self-assessment 449 Level 1 Working as a volunteer 552 Level 2 Working as a volunteer. The aim of this unit is to help the learner be able to provide support to others, including knowing what he/she can and cannot do to support others and why, and being aware of health and safety issues. 1. Be aware of others who need support 1.1 describe the person(s) who needs support. 2. Know what he/she can do to support others 3. Understand what he/she cannot do to support others and why 4. Be aware of relevant health and safety issues 2.1 state one way in which you could support the person(s). 3.1 explain what you cannot do to help or support the person(s) 3.2 explain why you cannot help or support the person(s) in this way. 4.1 agree relevant health and safety issues with a responsible person 4.2 work safely. 5. Support others 5.1 agree how you will support the person(s) 5.2 support the person(s). I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 27

30 Unit Enterprise activity: producing products or services Credit value: 3 L/501/6947 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 408 Level 1 Enterprise activity: producing products or services 560 Level 2 Planning an enterprise activity 561 Level 2 Running an enterprise activity 562 Level 2 Producing a product The aim of this unit is to help the learner develop his/her enterprise skills by planning, costing, producing and advertising a product or service. 1. Plan an enterprise activity 2. Be aware of the cost of producing the product or service and what price(s) to charge 1.1 select a product or service to sell 1.2 agree when and where to sell the product or service 1.3 identify what needs to be done to produce the product or provide the service 1.4 list who will do what (if this is a group activity) 1.5 list the equipment and materials needed to produce the product or provide the service 1.6 give examples of the possible health and safety hazards of the chosen activity 2.1 agree the cost of producing the product or providing the service 2.2 decide the price to charge for each product or each service 2.3 work out the profit on one product or one service 28Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

31 3. Produce a product or provide a service 4. Produce a poster to advertise a product or service 2.4 give an example of where to get the money to carry out this (or another) enterprise activity 3.1 collect the materials needed to produce the product or provide the service 3.2 produce the product or provide the service 3.3 work safely 3.4 make sure the product or service is safe 4.1 design a suitable poster 4.2 include relevant information 4.3 produce a poster I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 29

32 Unit Work-based experience Credit value: 3 K/501/6941 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 344 Entry 3 Preparing for work placement 345 Entry 3 Learning from work placement 367 Entry 3 Getting to a destination safely and on time 409 Level 1 Work-based experience 456 Level 1 Preparing for work placement 457 Level 1 Learning from work placement 459 Level 1 Searching for a job 558 Level 2 Preparing for work placement 559 Level 2 Learning from work placement 580 Level 2 Participating in a vocational taster 603 Level 2 Participating in a vocational tasters. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to develop his/her skills in, and understanding of, the workplace by preparing for, attending and reviewing work experience. 1. Prepare for his/her work experience 2. Plan a journey to a work 3. Follow requirements during the work experience 1.1 suggest options for or agree suitable work experience 1.2 apply or prepare for work experience 2.1 find out relevant bus or train times (or the times of another type of public transport) 2.2 decide which bus or train (or other public transport) to catch 2.3 work out the time you need to leave home in order to arrive at a suitable time 3.1 attend suitable work experience for a minimum of fifteen hours 3.2 dress appropriately 3.3 follow safe working practice 30Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

33 4. Complete a work experience review 3.4 follow simple instructions to carry out tasks 3.5 speak to other people in a suitable manner 4.1 identify what went well 4.2 state how you are going to build on this experience I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 31

34 Unit Community project Credit value: 3 M/501/6942 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 226 Entry 2 Community action 326 Entry 3 Community action 410 Level 1 Community project 426 Level 1 Community action. The aim of this unit is to help the learner to plan, carry out and review a community project. 1. Agree a suitable community project 2. Plan a suitable community project 3. Contribute to a risk assessment for the project 4. Follow the project plan 1.1 list options for a community project 1.2 agree a suitable community project 2.1 list who will do what 2.2 agree a suitable time frame 2.3 list any equipment and materials needed 2.4 identify any help needed 2.5 agree a suitable plan (with team members if working in a team) 3.1 list possible risks and hazards 3.2 plan how to reduce any risks or hazards. 4.1 carry out the tasks identified in the plan 4.2 review progress with tutor (and team members if working in a team) 4.3 revise plan as necessary 4.4 work safely 5. Review the project 5.1 list what went well 5.2 list what could have been improved 32Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

35 I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 33

36 Unit Contributing to a team Credit value: 3 T/501/6943 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 237 Entry 2 Working as part of a group 337 Entry 3 Working as part of a group 411 Level 1 Contributing to a team 437 Level 1 Working as part of a group 497 Level 1 Developing group and teamwork communication skills 515 Level 2 Teamworking skills. The aim of this unit is to help the learner develop team working skills, by understanding the values, roles and procedures of teams and being able to work with others towards achieving shared objectives. 1. Know how team values and procedures can vary 2. Recognise roles other people may take in a teamwork situation 3. Know what needs to be done to achieve a team goal 4. Work with others towards achieving shared objectives in a familiar routine situation 1.1 list different types of teams 1.2 give examples of different ways of making decisions as a team 2.1 give examples of different roles 3.1 state the overall goal of the team 3.2 outline own role as part of the team in a structured and familiar situation 4.1 agree an action plan of individual and group activities needed to achieve the goal 4.2 check own understanding of action plan 4.3 identify who to ask for help if you need it 4.4 work co-operatively 4.5 carry out structured individual and group activities in a 34Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

37 5. Be aware of own contribution to team progress familiar situation 4.6 work safely 5.1 Identify what you did well in working with others 5.2 Identify what went less well in working with others 5.3 Identify one way of improving own team working in the future I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 35

38 Unit Candi project Credit value: 3 J/501/6946 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 412 Level 1 Candi project 512 Level 2 Candi project for learning and work. The aim of this unit is to support the learner in planning, carrying out and evaluating a project (an activity or a piece of research) of his/her own choice. 1. Plan a project (an activity or piece of research) 1.1 agree a suitable project 1.2 list the stages involved in the project 1.3 agree a timescale for the activities 1.4 agree the plan with a suitable person 2. Carry out a project 2.1 follow the project plan 2.2 review progress with a suitable person 2.3 complete the project 3. Review the project 3.1 state what went well 3.2 state what did not go well I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 36Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

39 Unit Personal skills Credit value: 3 F/501/6945 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 213 Entry 2 Personal skills The aim of this unit is to help the learner understand the importance of personal presentation and a balanced diet and to be able to contact medical and emergency services. 1. Understand the importance of personal presentation 2. Understand the importance of personal hygiene 3. Understand the importance of a balanced diet 4. Prepare a healthy meal 5. Understand how to contact medical and emergency services 1.1 explain when and why a clean and tidy appearance is important 1.2 suggest suitable clothes for a variety of situations 1.3 dress appropriately for a given occasion 2.1 identify the key features of personal hygiene in relation to hair, body and clothes 2.2 identify the negative social effects of poor personal hygiene 3.1 identify foods which should be included in a balanced diet 3.2 identify foods which may have a negative effect on health 3.3 plan healthy meals for a day 4.1 estimate the cost of a healthy meal 4.2 shop for some of the ingredients 4.3 collect together everything needed to prepare the meal 4.4 prepare the meal 4.5 work safely 4.6 clear up after preparing the meal 5.1 locate the telephone number for a doctor, a dentist and the local police 5.2 list the information required for a call to the emergency services Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 37

40 5.3 use a telephone to obtain or provide information I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 38Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

41 Unit Introduction to sustainable development and global citizenship Credit value: 2 J/600/9277 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 229 Entry 2 Environmental awareness 329 Entry 3 Environmental awareness 429 Level 1 Environmental awareness. The aim of this unit is to introduce the learner to sustainable development and global citizenship. 1. Understand the significance of sustainable development 2. Understand the significance of global citizenship 3. Understand the relationship between sustainable development and global citizenship 4. Be aware of actions to promote sustainable development and/or global citizenship 1.1 give reasons why sustainable development is important 1.2 list some of the threats to sustainable development 2.1 give reasons why global citizenship is important 3.1 State how sustainable development and global citizenship relate to one another 4.1 give examples of actions that promote sustainable development and/or global citizenship 5. Know how to take action to promote sustainable development and/or global citizenship 5.1 list actions you are taking/could take to promote sustainable development and/or global citizenship I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 39

42 Unit Community action Credit value: 2 F/502/0459 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 226 Entry 2 Community action 310 Entry 3 Community project 410 Level 1 Community project 426 Level 1 Community action. The aim of this unit is to encourage learners to participate in local community activities and understand the benefits of these activities for themselves and the community. 1. Demonstrate their knowledge of local community groups 2. Demonstrate their participation in community activities 1.1 identify community groups in your local area and what they do 2.1 participate in activities within a local community group 2.2 identify how these activities benefit others 2.3 identify a benefit for yourself from participating in the activities I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 40Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

43 Unit Developing self Credit value: 2 M/502/0456 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 227 Entry 2 Developing self 427 Level 1 Developing self 514 Level 2 Developing self for learning and work. The aim of this unit is to introduce the learner to ways in which they can reflect on their own personal development and how their personal skills, abilities and behaviours can be improved. 1. Understand how to identify areas for self development 1.1 describe a personal strength or ability 1.2 identify an area for self development 1.3 describe a personal skill or behaviour they need to develop 2.1 describe how they will develop their personal skill or behaviour 2.2 suggest a suitable target to work towards and agree it with an appropriate person 2.3 identify the support and resources needed to help them work towards the agreed target 2.4 work through activities to develop the agreed skill or behaviour 2. Understand how to take responsibility for their own self development 3. Demonstrate how they have developed personal skills 3.1 review the progress they have made 3.2 review what went well and what did not go so well 3.3 make choices about how they will continue to develop personal skills Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 41

44 I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 42Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

45 Unit Dealing with problems in daily life Credit value: 2 H/502/0454 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 228 Entry 2 Dealing with problems in daily life 343 Entry 3 Solving work-related problems 428 Level 1 Dealing with problems in daily life 452 Level 1 Solving work-related problems 555 Level 2 Solving work-related problems 595 Level 2 Solving problems in the workplace. The aim of this unit is to introduce learners to the concept of problem solving and help them to develop skills to enable them to tackle problems in their daily lives. 1. Understand how to recognise a straightforward problem 1.1 identify a straightforward problem that you can tackle 1.2 share ideas on how to tackle the problem with an appropriate person 2. Tackle a problem 2.1 identify a way to tackle the problem 2.2 carry out activities to tackle the problem 2.3 ask for appropriate advice 3. Carry out a review of their progress towards solving the problem 3.1 review your progress in tackling the problem 3.2 identify what went well and what did not go so well I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 43

46 Unit Environmental awareness Credit value: 2 R/502/0658 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 229 Entry 2 Environmental awareness 322 Entry 3 Introduction to sustainable development and global citizenship 429 Level 1 Environmental awareness. The aim of this unit is to encourage learners to take responsibility for their environment by identifying environmental issues and how they can go about helping the environment. 1. Demonstrate an awareness of how the actions of humans affect the environment 2. Demonstrate an understanding of environmental issues which affects their life 3. Demonstrate ways in which they can help to improve the environment in the local area 1.1 give examples of human behaviours which harm the environment 1.2 give examples of human behaviours which help the environment 2.1 identify two different types of environmental issue which are relevant to your life 2.2 identify the effects that these issues have on your life 3.1 identify an activity that you can carry out to improve the environment in your local area 3.2 take part in an activity to improve the environment in your local area I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 44Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

47 Unit Healthy living Credit value: 2 T/502/0460 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 230 Entry 2 Healthy living 430 Level 1 Healthy living. The aim of this unit is to introduce learners to ways in which they can contribute to a healthy lifestyle and encourage them to demonstrate activities which will improve their own lifestyle. 1. Understand what is needed to lead a healthy lifestyle 2. Demonstrate how they contribute to own healthy lifestyle 1.1 describe what you can do to contribute to a healthy lifestyle 1.2 choose appropriate activities that can make an improvement to your lifestyle 2.1 carry out activities to contribute to a healthy lifestyle 2.2 describe how the activities have improved your lifestyle I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546) 45

48 Unit Individual rights and responsibilities Credit value: 1 A/502/0458 This unit is barred with the following units. If taken together only the one with the highest credit value will count: 204 Entry 2 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 231 Entry 2 Individual rights and responsibilities 304 Entry 3 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 356 Entry 3 Introduction to aspects of citizenship 382 Entry 3 Aspects of citizenship 404 Level 1 Rights and responsibilities in the workplace 431 Leve l 1 Individual rights and responsibilities 606 Level 1 Active Citizenship in the Local Community 607 Level 1 Aspects of citizenship. The aim of this unit is to raise the learner s awareness of their rights and responsibilities as an individual. 1. Understand that they have individual rights and responsibilities 1.1 describe an individual right which is relevant to you 1.2 identify sources of support or information about rights and responsibilities 1.3 describe a responsibility that you have for yourself 1.4 describe a responsibility that you have to others I confirm that the evidence listed above is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the standards. Candi s name... Signature... Date... Assessor s name... Signature... Date... Internal Verifier (if sampled)... Signature... Date... 46Entry 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Employability and Personal Development (7546)

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