OCR Certificate in Advice & Guidance – 10184
Flexible start dates and times
Students must be over 18 years old.
Who is the course for?
The qualification is primarily aimed at practitioners who work directly with clients, disseminating information, advice and some level of guidance: it recognises their skills and competencies. Practitioners will be working with information that is often interpreted by others, usually working within clear guidelines
Course Code: O3NAGD/HYA/1
Course Dates: Start: flexible
Duration: 2 years
Course Cost:£1,680 F
Level 3 Certificate in Advice & Guidance
- Unit 1 Establish communication with clients for advice and guidance
- Unit 2 Support clients to make use of the advice and guidance service
- Unit 3 Review own contribution to the service
- Unit 4 Understand importance of legislation and procedures
How the course is assessed and Study Methods
Once registered, learners will attend workshops and will need to complete 21 credits: 12 from mandatory units and 9 from a range of optional units which are selected according to their job role. The advice and guidance given can be related to any work setting, for example: housing, job search, educational courses.
Assessment for this qualification will be through a range of evidence produced by their appointed assessor. The assessment methods include: observation of working with clients in the workplace, reflection accounts, personal statements, witness testimonies and questioning and learners will have 1:1 observations and professional discussions along with compilation of a portfolio. Learners will have up to two years to complete the qualification but is anticipated that would be completed within one year; there is no fixed start date.
Level 4 Diploma in Advice and Guidance
How to Apply
This course requires an informal interview.
To arrange an assessment and interview time please contact Maria Amores on 01895 853780.