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A.Level 2 Certificate in Engineering IVQ – Electrical and Electronics Technology (2850-84), learners must achieve 35 credits:

21 credits from the three mandatory units plus,

• a minimum of 14 credits from the two optional units.

.OR

B.Level 2 Diploma in engineering IVQ – Electrical and Electronics Technology 2850-84), learners must achieve 42 credits:

• 21 credits from the mandatory units [three units] plus

a minimum of 21 credits[three units] from the optional units.

NOTE:

These qualification replace

1155-02 Level 2 IVQ Diploma in Engineering Skills

2565-02 Level 2 IVQ Technician Certificate in Engineering

8030-21 Level 2 IVQ Technician Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Mandatory

201 Working in engineering

Exam: Online multiple-choice assessment. The assessment covers all of the outcomes.

202 Principles of engineering technology

Exam : Online multiple-choice assessment. The assessment covers all of the outcomes

256 Principles of electrical and electronics technology [Dated entry written exam paper 2850-256 ]

Exam :

Any Two/Three from:

Unit 211 Maintaining electrical wiring support systems[ Assignment]

Exam: Assignment 2850-211 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

City & Guilds devised assignment, internally marked,

Unit 223 Wiring and testing electrical circuits [ Assignment]

Exam: Assignment 2850-223 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit. City & Guilds devised assignment, internally marked,

Unit 224 Constructing, testing and fault finding electronic circuits

[ Assignment]

Exam: Assignment 2850-224 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit. City & Guilds devised assignment, internally marked,


Level 3 Diploma in Engineering (2850-30)

Level 3 Diploma in Engineering – Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2850-35)

Qualification structure

To obtain the Level 3 Diploma in Engineering a learner must successfully complete six units, two of which must be

Mandatory [two]

Units 301 Engineering health and safety

Exam: Online multiple-choice assessment The assessment covers all of the outcomes.

Unit 302 Engineering industry and Engineering technology).

Exam: Online multiple-choice assessment The assessment covers all of the outcomes.

Principle [one]

Unit 358 Principles of electrical & electronic engineering

Exam: Dated entry written exam paper 2850-358

Plus any one from

Unit 328 Maintenance of electrical equipment and systems

Exam: Assignment 2850-328 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Unit 332 Mechatronics systems principles and fault finding

Exam: Assignment 2850-332 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Unit 333 Computer automated and robotic systems principles and control

Exam: Assignment 2850-333 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Unit 334 Power supply, and analogue and digital circuit principles and fault finding

Exam: Assignment 2850-334 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Unit 335 Electronic power control principles and practice

Exam: Assignment 2850-335 The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit.

Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Plus any two units* Exam: Assignment* from below

The assessment covers the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit. Centre devised assignment, internally marked, externally verified.

Unit 328 Maintenance of electrical equipment and systems

Unit 329 Produce drawings using CAD

Unit 330 Organising and managing engineering operations

Unit 331 Advanced mathematics and science

Unit 332 Mechatronics systems principles and fault finding

Unit 333 Computer automated and robotic systems principles and control

Unit 334 Power supply and analogue and digital circuit principles and fault finding

Unit 335 Electronic power control principles and practice


Level 1 Certificate and Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance (4290-11)-420 hrs

Route of selection

Level 1 Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance - 0001

37 credits from (001, 031, 051, 081 (026 and 076), (027 and 077)

plus a minimum of 4 credits from either
(102 and 152 or 902 and 172 or 918) or (103 and 153 or 903) or
(104 and 154 or 904) or (112 and 162 or 912) or
(218 and 268 or 968) or (302, 352) or (305, 355) or (501 and 551 or 971) or
(503 and 553 or 973) or (544 and 594 or 934), 701 - 709, 712
plus 994 for Certification
Up to 6 credits from additional elective units (812-822), (801-811)

Level 1 Certificate/Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance City & Guilds unit number 4290-001

Level

Unit title

Credit value

Assessment method

Level 2

Skills in Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment

7

Assignment

4290-051

Level 2

Knowledge of Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment

3

Assignment

4290-031

Level 1

Skills to Support Working Relationships in the Automotive Work Environment

3

Assignment

4290-081

Level 1

Knowledge to Support working relationships in the Automotive Work Environment

3

Assignment

4290-026

4290-076

Level 1

Introduction to vehicle technology and workshop methods and processes

6

Multiple choice test

4290-027

4290-077

Level 1

Carry out basic routine vehicle maintenance

15

Multiple choice test

4290-102

Level 2

Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Engine Units and Components

5

Assignment

4290-152

Level 2

Knowledge of Light Vehicle Engine Mechanical, Lubrication and Cooling System Units and Components

3

Multiple choice test

4290-172

Level 2

Knowledge of Light Vehicle Fuel, Ignition, Air and Exhaust System Units and Components

3

Multiple choice test

4290-103

Level 2

Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units and Components

5

Assignment

4290-153

Level 2

Knowledge of Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units and Components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-104

Level 2

Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units and Components

5

Assignment

4290-154

Level 2

Knowledge of Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units and Components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-112

Level 2

Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Driveline Units and Components

5

Assignment

4290-162

Level 2

Knowledge of Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Units and Components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-218

Level 2

Skills in Removing and Fitting of Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels

3

Assignment

4290-268

Level 2

Knowledge of Removing and Fitting Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels

2

Multiple choice

302

Level 2

Skills in motorcycle internal engine systems

5

Assignment

4290-305

Level 2

Skills in motorcycle preparation and inspection

2

Assignment

4290-352

Level 2

Knowledge of motorcycle internal engine systems

3

Multiple choice test

4290-355

Level 2

Knowledge of motorcycle preparation and inspection

2

Multiple choice test

4290-544

Level 1

Skills in Receiving and Storing Stock

4

Assignment

4290-594

Level 1

Knowledge of Receiving and Storing Stock

4

Multiple choice test

4290-501

Level 1

Skills in Inspection, Repair and Replacement of Standard Light Vehicle Tyres

5

Assignment

4290-551

Level 1

Knowledge in Inspection, Repair and Replacement of Standard Light Vehicle Tyres

3

Multiple choice test

4290-503

Level 1

Skills in Inspection Repair and Replacement of Commercial Vehicle Tyres

5

Assignment

4290-553

Level 1

Knowledge of Inspection, Repair and Replacement of Commercial Vehicle Tyres

3

Multiple choice test

4290-701

(3902-101)

Level 1

Vehicle Engine Lubrication Systems

5

Assignment

4290-702

(3902-102)

Level 1

Vehicle Engine Cooling Systems

4

Assignment

4290-703

(3902-103)

Level 1

Vehicle Fuel and Exhaust Systems

5

Assignment

4290-704

(3902-104)

Level 1

Vehicle Spark Ignition Systems

5

Assignment

4290-705

(3902-105)

Level 1

Vehicle Electrical Systems

5

Assignment

4290-706

(3902-106)

Level 1

Vehicle Braking Systems

5

Assignment

4290-707

(3902-107)

Level 1

Vehicle Transmission Systems

5

Assignment

4290-708

(3902-108)

Level 1

Vehicle Steering and Suspension Systems

5

Assignment

4290-709

(3902-109)

Level 1

Vehicle Wheels and Tyre Systems

4

Assignment

4290-712

(3902-112)

Level 1

Vehicle Hand Skills and Manufacturing Techniques

4

Assignment

Full qualification certificates will be awarded to successful candidates on completion of the required combinations of units. Candidates completing one or more units, rather than the full qualification(s), will receive a Certificate of Unit Credit (CUC

4290-12

Key Part time-Red- First SEMESTER[6 MONTHS ]

18 units [11 assignments plus 7 evolve exam]

Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

73 credits from
(001, 003 - 004, 051, 053 - 054, 101,
(102 and (152 or 902) and
(172 or 918)),
(103 and (153 or 903)),
(104 and (154 or 904)),
(151 or 901),
(162 or 912)

plus a minimum 5 credits from either
(008 and 058) or
(105 and (155 or 905) or
(111 and (161 or 911)) or
(121 and (171 or 914)) or
(131 and (181 or 915)) or
(112) or
(218 and (268 or 968))

Note: (513, 563, 713,722) comply with the requirement of the pathways toApprenticeship Programme in Wales.

First year theory –first year practice

2nd year theory and 2nd year practice

73 credits from the following units

4290-001

Level 2

Skills in health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment

7

Assignment

4290-003

Level 3

Skills in supporting job roles in the automotive work environment

5

Assignment

4290-004

Level 2

Skills in materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment

7

Assignment

4290-008

Level 3

Skills to identify and agree motor vehicle customer service needs

5

Assignment

4290-051

Level 2

Knowledge of health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment

3

Assignment

4290-053

Level 3

Knowledge of support for job roles in the automotive work environment

3

Assignment

4290-054

Level 2

Knowledge of materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment

4

Assignment

4290-058

Level 3

Knowledge of how to Identify and agree motor vehicle customer service needs

5

Assignment

4290-101

Level 2

Skills in routine light vehicle maintenance

2

Assignment

4290-102

Level 2

Skills in removing and replacing light vehicle engine units and components

5

Assignment

4290-103

Level 2

Skills in removing and replacing light vehicle electrical units and components

5

Assignment

4290-104

Level 2

Skills in removing and replacing light vehicle chassis units and components

5

Assignment

4290-105

Level 2

Skills in inspecting light vehicles using prescribed methods

4

Assignment

111

Level 3

Skills in overhauling light vehicle engine mechanical units

2

Assignment

4290-112

Level 2

Skills in removing and replacing light vehicle driveline units and components

5

Assignment

4290-121

Level 3

Skills in overhauling light vehicle transmission units

2

Assignment

4290-131

Level 3

Skills in overhauling light vehicle steering and suspension units

2

Assignment

4290-151

Level 2

Knowledge of routine light vehicle maintenance

3

Multiple choice test

4290-152

Level 2

Knowledge of light vehicle engine mechanical, lubrication and cooling system units and components

3

Multiple choice test

4290-153

Level 2

Knowledge of removing and replacing light vehicle electrical units and components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-154

Level 2

Knowledge of removing and replacing light vehicle chassis units and components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-155

Level 2

Knowledge of inspecting light vehicles using prescribed methods

4

Multiple choice test

4290-161

Level 3

Knowledge of overhauling light vehicle engine units

3

Multiple choice test

4290-162

Level 2

Knowledge of light vehicle transmission and driveline units and components

6

Multiple choice test

4290-171

Level 3

Knowledge of overhauling light vehicle transmission units

3

Multiple choice test

4290-172

Level 2

Knowledge of light vehicle fuel, ignition, air and exhaust system units and components

3

Multiple choice test

4290-181

Level 3

Knowledge of overhauling light vehicle steering and suspension units

3

Multiple choice test

4290-13

Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

15 units[ 10 assignments and 5 evolve ]

68 credits from (001, 003 - 004, 051, 053 - 054, 107 - 108, (157 or 907), (158 or 908), (163 or 913), 406, (456 or 956))

plus a minimum of 5 credits from either
(006 and 056) or (008 and 058) or (105 and 155 or 905) or
(111 and 161 or 911) or (121 and 171 or 914) or
(131 and 181 or 915) or (218 and 268 or 968) or (113)

68 credits from the following units

Sel.

Description

Entry type

Code

Credits

Level 2 Skills in Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment (7 credits)

Results entry

4290-001

7.0

Level 3 Skills in Supporting Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment (5 credits)

Results entry

4290-003

5.0

Level 2 Skills in Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices used in the Automotive Environment (7 credits)

Results entry

4290-004

7.0

Level 2 Knowledge of Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment (3 credits)

Results entry

4290-051

3.0


Level 3 Knowledge of Support for Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment (3 credits)

Results entry

4290-053

3.0

Level 2 Knowledge of Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices used in the Automotive Environment (4 credits)

Results entry

4290-054

4.0

Level 3 Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Light Vehicle Engine Faults (5 credits)

Results entry

4290-107

5.0

Level 3 Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Light Vehicle Chassis System Faults (5 credits)

Results entry

4290-108

5.0

Level 3 Knowledge of Diagnosis and Rectification of Light Vehicle Engine Faults (6 credits)

e-Volve

4290-157

6.0

Level 3 Knowledge in Diagnosis and Rectification of Light Vehicle Chassis Faults (6 credits)

e-Volve

4290-158

6.0

Level 3 Knowledge of Diagnosis and Rectification of Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Faults (6 credits)

e-Volve

4290-163

6.0

Level 3 Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults (5 credits)

Results entry

4290-406

5.0

Level 3 Knowledge of Diagnosis and Rectification of Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults (6 credits)

e-Volve

4290-456

6.0

plus a minimum of 5 credits from either

111

3

Skills in overhauling light vehicle engine mechanical units

2

Assignment

161

3

Knowledge of overhauling light vehicle engine units

3

Multiple choice test


Portfolio 2018

CTH Level 2 Award in Restaurant & Bar Service
For a CTH Hospitality Practice Certificate qualification, students must achieve:
• All 3 units, providing 8 Credits or 80 hours of Total Qualification Time
Credit Value (CV): 8 QAN: TBC
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 65 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT): 80 hours
UK Funding eligibility: TBC
Unit Unit Title L CV GLH URN. Assessment Method
CSS Customer service skills 2 3 25 TBC
For each unit:
• a Portfolio of evidence
of activities
• an observed practical
assessment
Plus
• a single on demand
test covering all units
RBS1 Restaurant & bar service 1 1 3 25 TBC
RBS2 Restaurant & bar service 2 2 2 15 TBC
CTH Certificate Total (3 units) 8 65
CTH Level 2 Award in Housekeeping
For a CTH Hospitality Practice Certificate qualification, students must achieve:
• All 3 units, providing 8 Credits or 80 hours of Total Qualification Time
Credit Value (CV): 8 QAN: TBC
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 65 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT): 80 hours
UK Funding eligibility: TBC
Unit Unit Title L CV GLH URN. Assessment Method
CSS Customer service skills 2 3 25 TBC
For each unit:
• a Portfolio of evidence
of activities
• an observed practical
assessment
Plus
• a single on demand
test covering all units
HK1 Housekeeping 1 1 3 25 TBC
HK2 Housekeeping 2 2 2 15 TBC
CTH Certificate Total (3 units) 8 65
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Portfolio 2018
CTH Level 2 Award in Front Office
For a CTH Hospitality Practice Certificate qualification, students must achieve:
• All 3 units, providing 8 Credits or 80 hours of Total Qualification Time
Credit Value (CV): 8 QAN: TBC
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 65 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT): 80 hours
UK Funding eligibility: TBC
Unit Unit Title L CV GLH URN. Assessment Method
CSS Customer service skills 2 3 25 TBC
For each unit:
• a Portfolio of evidence
of activities
• an observed practical
assessment
Plus
• a single on demand
test covering all units
REC Reception & reservations 1 3 25 TBC
CGS Concierge & guest services 2 2 15 TBC
CTH Certificate Total (3 units) 8 65
CTH Level 2 Award in Hospitality Practice
For a CTH Hospitality Practice Certificate qualification, students must achieve:
• All 5 units, providing 12 Credits or 125 hours of Total Qualification Time
Credit Value (CV): 12 QAN: TBC
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 100 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT): 125 hours
UK Funding eligibility: TBC
Unit Unit Title L CV GLH URN. Assessment Method
CSS Customer service skills 2 3 25 TBC For each unit:
• a Portfolio of evidence
of activities
• an observed practical
assessment
Plus
• a single on demand
test covering all units
RBS1 Restaurant & bar service 1 1 3 25 TBC
HK1 Housekeeping 1 1 3 25 TBC
REC Reception & reservations 2 3 25 TBC
CTH Certificate Total (5 units) 12 100
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Portfolio 2018
For more details on this qualification please visit our website (http://www.cthawards.com/qualifications/) and download the relevant Qualification
Specification document.
CTH Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality Practice
For a CTH Hospitality Practice Certificate qualification, students must achieve:
• All 7 units, providing 18 Credits or 180 hours of Total Qualification Time
Credit Value (CV): 18 QAN: TBC
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 145 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT): 180 hours
UK Funding eligibility: TBC
Unit Unit Title L CV GLH URN. Assessment Method
CSS Customer service skills 2 3 25 TBC For each unit:
• a Portfolio of evidence
of activities
• an observed practical
assessment
Plus
• a single on demand
test covering all units
RBS1 Restaurant & bar service 1 1 3 25 TBC
RBS2 Restaurant & bar service 2 2 2 15 TBC
HK1 Housekeeping 1 1 3 25 TBC
HK2 Housekeeping 2 2 2 15 TBC
REC Reception & reservations 2 3 25 TBC
CGS Concierge & guest services 2 2 15 TBC
CTH Certificate Total (7 units) 18 145
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CTH Level 2 Diploma in Culinary Skills QAN: 603/2753/X

Candidates must achieve: all 11 mandatory units, providing 40 credits, all at level 2

Credit value: 40

GLH for Qualification: 320

TQT for Qualification: 400

Mandatory Units

Unit Code

Unit Title

L

CV

GLH

TQT

URN

Assessment Method

2ICHI

Introduction to the catering and hospitality industry

2

3

25

30

Y/616/7767

Theory test

2FSPK

Food safety in the professional kitchen

2

3

25

30

T/616/7761

Theory test and practical exam

2MPCTW

Introduction to menu planning, costings and team work

2

4

32

40

D/616/7768

Theory test and practical exam

2MPO

Meat, poultry and offal

2

6

48

60

A/616/7762

Portfolio plus practical exam

2FAS

Fish and shellfish

2

4

32

40

F/616/7763

Portfolio plus practical exam

2VPVP

Vegetables, pulses and vegetable proteins

2

4

32

40

J/616/7764

Portfolio plus practical exam

2SSS

Stocks, soups and sauces

2

4

32

40

L/616/7765

Portfolio plus practical exam

2PRE

Pasta, rice and eggs

2

3

25

30

R/616/7766

Portfolio plus practical exam

2PDP

Pastry and dough products

2

3

25

30

D/616/7771

Portfolio plus practical exam

2CHD

Cold and hot desserts

2

3

25

30

H/616/7772

Portfolio plus practical exam

2BCS

Biscuits, cakes and sponges

2

3

25

30

K/616/7773

Portfolio plus practical exam

Diploma Total

(11 units)

40

320 400

LAW Athe uk

ATHE Level 3 Diploma in Law

Title

Level

Credit

GLH

The English Legal System

3

15

90

Contract Law

3

15

90

Legal Terminology and Communication

3

15

90

Academic and Research Skills for Law

3

15

90

ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Law

Unit Title

Level

Credit

GLH

Contract Law

4

30

120

Criminal Law

4

30

120

Legal Methods

4

30

120

Public Law

4

30

120

ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Law

Unit Title

Level

Credit

GLH

Equity and Trusts

5

30

120

EU Law

5

30

120

Land Law

5

30

120

Law of Tort

5

30

120

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