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Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work

The Level 3 Award for Emergency First Aid at Work is designed to support professionals in low-risk workplaces in demonstrating their understanding in emergency first aid. Covering the knowledge needed to be a successful and productive first aider in Adult Casualties only. The qualification consists of a mandatory unit.

 

Total Credits required to achieve the qualification - 1
Mandatory Unit - Unit 1 – Emergency First Aid at work (1 credit).

NUMBER

603/6935/8

 LEVEL

Level 3

TOTAL CREDITS

1

GLH

8

ASSESSMENT METHODS

Coursework, E-assessment, Portfolio of Evidence

OPERATIONAL DATE

17/12/2020

FUNDED

NO

SPECIFICATION:

TLM's assessment model is common to most of its qualifications. It is based on competence-based assessment of coursework using a portfolio of evidence and supported by a free optional cloud-based evidence management system.

Learners must demonstrate competence against the assessment criteria from their communication and involvement with the training materials and the trainer assessor must verify that they are competent in relation to the general level descriptor using indicative assessment criteria. TLM's external moderator will check the judgements and the quality of the evidence and provide feedback. This process is not graded, the intention is that it is a flexible way of checking basic practical competence in the subject at the qualification’s framework level.

Mandatory Unit - Unit 1 Emergency First Aid at Work (1 credit)

Handbook - TLM Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work

Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work

The Level 3 Award for First Aid at Work is designed to support professionals in moderate-risk workplaces in demonstrating their understanding in first aid. Covering the knowledge needed to be a successful and productive first aider in Adult Casualties only. The qualification consists of two mandatory units.

 

Total Credits required to achieve the qualification - 3
Mandatory Units:

Unit 1 – Emergency First Aid at work (1 credit)

Unit 2 – First aid at work (2 credits)

NUMBER

603/6936/X

 LEVEL

Level 3

TOTAL CREDITS

3

GLH

21

ASSESSMENT METHODS

Coursework, E-assessment, Portfolio of Evidence

OPERATIONAL DATE

17/12/2020

FUNDED

NO

SPECIFICATION:

TLM's assessment model is common to most of its qualifications. It is based on competence-based assessment of coursework using a portfolio of evidence and supported by a free optional cloud-based evidence management system.

Learners must demonstrate competence against the assessment criteria from their communication and involvement with the training materials and the trainer assessor must verify that they are competent in relation to the general level descriptor using indicative assessment criteria. TLM's external moderator will check the judgements and the quality of the evidence and provide feedback. This process is not graded, the intention is that it is a flexible way of checking basic practical competence in the subject at the qualification’s framework level.

Mandatory Units:

Unit 1 – Emergency First Aid at work (1 credit)

Unit 2 – First aid at work (2 credits)

Handbook - TLM Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work

WHY CHOOSE THIS QUALIFICATION?

  • Guidance and support provided.
  • Coursework is easily managed and the marking criteria is unambiguous.
  • Moderation on demand, no restrictive moderation windows.
  • Feedback offered on any evidence submitted. TLM are willing to communicate with assessors with guidance on how to improve learners work.
  • The online TLM Markbook is invaluable in tracking students' progress.
  • Coursework is easily managed and the marking criteria is unambiguous.
  • Devised by employers in partnership with IT subject specialists.
  • Clear and flexible unit based structure referenced to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
  • Straightforward assessment of competence in the use of IT to support learning in all subjects.
  • Ongoing support from our team of subject specialists.
  • Flexible enough to accredit skills and knowledge acquired in other subjects as well as in specialist lessons.
  • Provides a focus for continuing professional development for IT teachers through moderation/verification feedback.
  • Growing pool of free and open source teaching and learning resources.
  • Scope to provide all children in a school with recognised qualifications irrespective of ability at ultra low cost through the subscription model.
  • Reduced bureaucracy for teachers and flexibility for them to target specific interests.

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