CACHE Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (QCF) 501/1264/8

CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF) Technical Certificate

CACHE Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings (QCF)

Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 319-665 

Credit Value: 79

 This qualification is Knowledge and Competency based assessment

This qualification is portfolio based with (Internal Quality Assessment)

This is a work-based qualification that combines competence and technical knowledge to give learners the practical competences, technical skills and sector-related knowledge they need to be able to carry out a job effectively. 

Whilst there are no formal criteria, people who successfully complete apprenticeships and continue to work in the sector most often exhibit empathy, care and interest in others and want to work in the health or social care sector.

Apprenticeship in Cleaning & Support Services. 

Level 2 Certificate in Cleaning and Support Services Skills (QCF) 500/9242/X 

Guided Learning Hours (GLH) 240-330 

Credit Value 41

 This qualification is a Pass/Fail

 Assessment:

 This qualification is portfolio based with (Internal Assessment)

 This is a work-based qualification that combines competence and technical knowledge to give learners the practical competences, technical skills and sector-related knowledge they need to be able to carry out a job effectively. 

There are no entry requirements for this pathway, but apprentices may be required to work at heights or work in confined spaces.

This apprenticeship in youth work is a nationally recognised training programme that offers a route of entry into the Youth Work sector in England. It is appropriate for those looking to work in the private, public or voluntary and community sector. 

This apprenticeship requires the successful completion of a number of components, including a nationally recognised qualification, which is independently assessed and certificated. 

Successful completers will have the knowledge and skills that are applicable to their role, including the underlying skills to be able to operate as an effective employee in the Youth Work sector. 

Entry requirements:

There are no formal entry requirements or pre-determined entry routes for both apprenticeships.

Learners need to be working a minimum of 30 hours a week in a youth work environment. 

Guided Learning Hours: 432 hours (including Functional Skills and ERR)

Credit Value: 44

This apprenticeship in youth work is a nationally recognised training programme that offers a route of entry into the Youth Work sector in England. It is appropriate for those looking to work in the private, public or voluntary and community sector. 

This apprenticeship requires the successful completion of a number of components, including a nationally recognised qualification, which is independently assessed and certificated. 

Successful completers will have the knowledge and skills that are applicable to their role, including the underlying skills to be able to operate as an effective employee in the Youth Work sector. 

Entry requirements:

There are no formal entry requirements or pre-determined entry routes for both apprenticeships.

Learners need to be working a minimum of 30 hours a week in a youth work environment. 

Guided Learning Hours: 463 hours (including Functional Skills and ERR)

Credit Value: 55

Level 3 Diploma in Management (QCF) 601/3396/X

Guided Learning Hours (GLH) 286-371

Credit Value 55

This qualification and units are graded Pass/Fail

 Assessment:

This qualification is portfolio based with (Internal Assessment)

 Combined (Competence and Knowledge) qualification, this is a work-based qualification that combines competence and technical knowledge to give learners the practical competences, technical skills and sector-related knowledge they need to be able to carry out a job effectively.

 Entry requirements:

 No prior knowledge, understanding, skills or qualifications are required before learners are registered.  However, it is likely that learners at this level will have some prior experience in a supervisory or team leader role.