Level 2
Unit No:
Guided learning hours:
20 hours

Assessment Guidance

The focus of the assessment for this unit is on time management skills. However, it is expected that the underpinning teaching and learning will help develop learners’ understanding of

• the characteristics of effective time management
• the benefits of time management for individuals, teams and organisations and the potential consequences of poor time management


To help learners develop time management skills.

Unit Learning Outcomes


Be able to demonstrate time-management skills while working or studying.

Assessment Criteria

  • 1.1

    Plan work:

    • according to priority
    • taking into account length of time needed to complete tasks
    • in order to meet deadlines
    • including appropriate breaks
  • 1.2

    Work at an appropriate pace to carry out tasks in accordance with plan. 

  • 1.3

    Adjust approach in response to any change of circumstance (e.g. one task over-running), as appropriate, to ensure remaining time is spent effectively. 


Be able to assess how well they are managing their time.

Assessment Criteria

  • 2.1

    Evaluate how well they are managing their time.

  • 2.2

    Identify areas for improvement.

  • 2.3

    Assess the impact of their time management on their own performance and that of others around them.