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Team Leading Level 2 NVQ at Waltham Forest College

Course description

National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ) are designed around the work place. They are vocational assessment programmes that mean we will be assessing your competence at dealing with a variety of tasks that you will already be completing within your place of work.

The Qualification Credit Framework (QCF) is a framework for authorising qualifications in your place of work. The NVQ is designed with a wide range of units for you to select from which means that you are provided with greater opportunity to achieve the qualification and skills that you and your industry require. The qualification is made up with accumulating credits from selected units that are combined together following the 'rules of combination'.

This qualification is competence based. This means that the assessment is linked to your ability to competently perform a range of tasks connected with your work. There is a large range of assessment methods including evidence collection, samples of work and witness reports.

Course content

This course is an NVQ assessment programme. Therefore we will be assessing your competence at dealing with a variety of supervisory tasks within your place of work.

Entry requirements

You must be in employment, or be involved in voluntary work, in a relevant field to the NVQ that you wish to take.
You will also be expected to have a good level of English in order to succeed at the course.

Assessment

This qualification is competence based. This means that the assessment is linked to your ability to competently perform a range of tasks connected with your work. There is a large range of assessment methods including evidence collection, samples of work and witness reports.

Future opportunities

Progression from the NVQ is either likely to be a higher level NVQ or a specialist course linked to your employment sector to help you improve your employment skills.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Waltham Forest College directly.

Last updated date: 25 July 2017
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    • Train:

      Trains run to Walthamstow Central from Liverpool Street station (a bus can then be taken to the College, see below). Wood Street station is approximately a 10-minute walk from the College.

      Tube:

      The Victoria Line ends at Walthamstow Central, which is approximately a 15-minute walk to the College. Alternatively, you can get a bus, see below.

      Bus:

      From Walthamstow Central:Bus 275 stops outside the College, 212 stops across the road from the College (Shernhall Street). Buses 97, 357, 34 or 215 stop at the 'Bell Corner' (junction of Hoe Street and Forest Road). From here, the College is approximately five-minute walk.

      From Blackhorse Road Tube Station: Bus 123 also stops outside the College on route between Tottenham and Ilford