The Level 3 Award in Information and Advice will provide the knowledge staff working in schools or in an advisory capacity to learners or job seekers need to help them to understand how and why we provide information, advice or guidance to others.
As a participant on this course you will use practical ways to show how your skills can support clients to make relevant choices. The course will cover a range of legislation appropriate to providing information and advice. You will examine how to plan a course of action with a client and use your communication skills effectively when delivering information, advice or guidance.
The Level 3 qualification is worth 9 credits and will take around 50 guided learning hours to complete. The qualification has 2 mandatory units:
- Information, Advice or Guidance – Principles and Practice
- Applying Interaction Skills for Information, Advice or Guidance
How will I study?
You will have one initial training session which will normally be a full day, face-to-face session. You will be allocated a tutor who will support you through the course by phone and email and you will have access to teaching and learning materials and assessment Tasks. You will have a further 2 hour session to look at the second unit a week later, which could be face-to-face or online, depending on the needs of the group and then a final half hour tutorial session online on the third week. At Level 3 you will be observed delivering information, advice or guidance and you will have the opportunity for a further tutorial at this point, if required. We can arrange the observation to meet your needs. This will be discussed with you at the sessions.
Do I need any prior qualifications to be able to take the course?
This course is for employed professionals working in the education or careers sector. You do not need any previous qualifications to be able to register onto the course. However, you must already have a minimum level of experience in delivering information, advice or guidance and have literacy skills at Level 2 or be working towards this standard.
Sessions will run as follows:
11th November – 10am-3pm – Face-to-Face session to be held at The University of Leicester
18th November – 10am-12pm – To be held via Zoom
25th November – Individual 30 min slot – To be held via Zoom
Please click the ‘Book Now’ link and complete the form to apply to take part.