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Qualification Grading Type
Why choose this qualification?
Parents/carers, organisations and their workforce have a general obligation to safeguard vulnerable groups; online environments are no different. These qualifications have been developed to enable IT users, both adults and young people, to make safe and responsible use of technology both professionally and personally.
The single unit Awards at Levels 1, 2 and 3 have been designed to support short courses, covering safe and responsible online behaviour when using a variety of different technologies.
The objective of this Level 3 E-Safety qualification is to develop an understanding of e-safety to safeguard self and others when using online technologies and therefore is a qualification taken primarily for growth and enjoyment and a qualification that indicates an individual can undertake a specific role in the workplace and that may be relied upon by employers.
This qualification is available to study through our partnership with Curriculum and Quality Solutions (CQS). For more information and prices please visit the CQS website.
Rules of Combination
Learners must achieve the single mandatory unit totalling 3 credits.
Learners must achieve the single mandatory unit, totalling 3 credits.
What is the purpose of this qualification?
This qualification is suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to make safe and responsible use of technology but is particularly appropriate for professionals working with young people and/or vulnerable adults to support them in safe use of technology.
What skills, knowledge, or understanding does this qualification develop?
The learners will take a single mandatory unit which covers safe and responsible use of technology, including on-line behaviour. The learners will also need to demonstrate that you are able to explain to others how to keep safe when communicating on-line.
Which sector does this qualification support?
The qualification is not designed to lead to employment but the knowledge of e-safety that learners will gain will help them to make safe and responsible use of technology in the workplace. The ability to explain the importance of e-safety to others and guide them in safe use of technology will also be an asset in many job roles.
What are the progression options?
The learner can move on from this qualification to IT user qualifications at Level 3.
Progression & entry requirementsThe learners do not need any qualifications or any prior level of attainment to take this qualification. It is available to learners of any age.
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