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YOUTH AND COMMUNITY QUALIFICATIONS DIRECTORY

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Welcome ABC Awards (ABC) is an Awarding Organisation in the United Kingdom with an established reputation for quality and customer service. ABC is recognised by the regulatory bodies as an awarding organisation whose qualifications meet the criteria applied by Ofqual and are eligible for funding under the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the Young People's Learning Agency (YLPA). ABC’s portfolio of qualifications has been developed in conjunction with relevant Sector Skills Councils and subject specialists in response to industry needs, and we believe all ABC qualifications are designed to enable flexibility of delivery and assessment. ABC has a transparent and highly competitive fee structure which is based upon credit accumulation and has been developed specifically for a credit based qualifications framework. This is published on our website. ABC fees are inclusive of moderation and certification. ABC continues to provide centres with access to a regional Business Development Manager, a moderator with subject specialism and a named Qualification Administrator as well as the full range of ABC training events and conferences. This directory provides a brief outline for each of ABC’s qualifications in Youth and Community.

The credit target for the same qualification title may vary according to pathway and units chosen. The Units and Rules of Combination documents for all these qualifications can be accessed via the ABC Awards web site. http://www.abcawards.co.uk/youthandcommunity.php

The current fees for all these qualifications can be accessed via the ABC Awards web site http://www.abcawards.co.uk/fees1011.php ABC Awards has endeavoured to provide signposting to funding eligibility but centres are advised that these are guides only and clarification from funding providers should be sought. Guide to Funding Eligibility categories FL = Foundation Learning ASL = Additional and Specialist Learning APP = Apprenticeship Frameworks SO = Stand Alone T2G = Train to Gain ALR = Adult Learner Responsive OLASS = Offender Learning and Skills PFU = Programmes for the Unemployed Ad App = 19+ Apprenticeship Frameworks

This suite of qualifications is administered at the ABC Awards Nottingham office.

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50020249 Level 1 Certificate in an Introduction to Youth Work 60000211 Level 2 Award in Youth Work Practice 60000193 Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice 60047914 Level 2 Award in Working with Young People 6004794X Level 2 Certificate in Working with Young People 60000223 Level 3 Award in Youth Work Practice 6000020X Level 3 Certificate in Youth Work Practice 60000831 Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice 60019621 Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care, Children and Young People’s Settings 50074507 Level 3 Award in Working with Vulnerable Young People 5007443X Level 3 Certificate in Working with Vulnerable Young People 50074441 Level 4 Award in Working with Vulnerable Young People 50074453 Level 4 Certificate in Working with Vulnerable Young People

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ABC Qual Code C4015-01 50020249 Level 1 Certificate in an Introduction to Youth Work Learners must achieve a minimum of 18 credits Unit

An introduction to the youth work sector [H/501/0393] Safe working practice for youth work [T/501/0396] Effective team work in youth work [J/501/0404] Working with young people in the local environment [D/501/0408] Planning, implementation and evaluation of youth work in the local environment [T/501/0429] Self assessment for youth work [M/501/0431] Safe working practice for youth work [T/501/0396] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL Eligibility

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Level

Credit Value

GLH

1 1 1

4 2 2

40 20 20

1

4

40

1

4

40

1 1

2 2

20 20

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ABC Qual Code A4301-02

60000211 Level 2 Award in Youth Work Practice Learners must achieve a minimum of 10 credits 3 credits must come from the Mandatory unit in Group A A minimum of 7 credits must come from the Optional Units in Groups B and C Learners who are aged Pre 16 must achieve all the minimum 7 credits from Group B Learners aged 16-19 and 19+ can select from Groups B and C to achieve the remaining minimum of 7 credits Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

25

2

4

30

2

7

55

2

3

22

2

3

16

2

2

18

2

3

26

2

3

22

2

1

7

2

1

9

2

1

8

2

1

8

2

1

8

2

1

7

1

2

18

2

2

16

2

4

26

2

3

27

2

3

20

3

2

15

Group A Mandatory Units

Understanding youth work principles and practice [K/602/6380] Group B Optional Units (for Pre-16, 16-19 and 19+ learners)

Safeguarding young people in a youth work setting [A/602/6383] Youth work principles, knowledge and skills in work-based practice [F/602/6384] Support the provision of information and advice to young people [J/602/6385] Support children and young people’s play and leisure [T/601/6564] Understand partnership working in services for children and young people [M/601/3498] Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety [J/601/3491] Designing and delivering a programme of peer education activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [J/601/9081] Reviewing and sharing learning from peer education activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [Y/601/9084 ] Dealing with challenging behaviour within peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [J/601/7900] Designing, creating and reviewing learning resources for peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [T/601/7939] Developing communication skills within peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [H/601/7936] Working with peers in a group (Edexcel Peer Education) [M/601/7938] Working with peers in one to one situations (Edexcel Peer Education) [K/601/7937] Diversity and faith [T/501/9308] Community development within a faith context [NOCN Faith Community Development] [Y/501/9432] Group C Optional Units (16-19 and 19+ learners)

Support children and young people with disabilities and SEN [D/601/6526] Contribute to the support of positive environments for children and young people [H/601/3496] Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people [K/601/3323] Working together for the benefit of children and young people [K/601/1698]

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Internal Assessment/External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 16/11/2010 01/01/2011 31/10/2014 31/10/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code C4301-02

60000193 Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice Learners must achieve a minimum of 23 credits. 17 credits must come from the Mandatory Units in Group A A minimum of 6 credits must come from the Optional Units in Group B N.B. If learners are completing this qualification as part of an Apprenticeship, they are required to achieve the unit in Group C in addition to achieving 23 credits from units in Group A and Group B Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

25

2

4

30

2

7

55

2

3

22

2

3

16

2

4

26

2

2

18

2

3

27

2

3

20

2

3

26

3

2

15

2

3

22

2

1

7

2

1

9

2

1

8

2

1

8

2

1

8

2

1

7

1

2

18

2

2

16

Group A Mandatory Units

Understanding youth work principles and practice [K/602/6380] Safeguarding young people in a youth work setting [A/602/6383] Youth work principles, knowledge and skills in work-based practice [F/602/6384] Support the provision of information and advice to young people [J/602/6385] Group B Optional Units

Support children and young people’s play and leisure [T/601/6564] Support children and young people with disabilities and SEN [D/601/6526] Understand partnership working in services for children and young people [M/601/3498] Contribute to the support of positive environments for children and young people [H/601/3496] Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people [K/601/3323] Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety [J/601/3491] Working together for the benefit of children and young people [K/601/1698] Designing and delivering a programme of peer education activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [J/601/9081] Reviewing and sharing learning from peer education activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [Y/601/9084 ] Dealing with challenging behaviour within peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [J/601/7900] Designing, creating and reviewing learning resources for peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [T/601/7939] Developing communication skills within peer activities (Edexcel Peer Education) [H/601/7936] Working with peers in a group (Edexcel Peer Education) [M/601/7938] Working with peers in one to one situations (Edexcel Peer Education) [K/601/7937] Diversity and faith [T/501/9308] Community development within a faith context (NOCN Faith Community Development) [Y/501/9432]

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Group C Additional Optional Unit This is an additional unit relating to Employer Rights and Responsibilities for those taking the qualification as part of the Apprenticeship for Youth Work.

Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people’s settings [R/602/2954]

2

3

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Operational Start Date Regulation Start Date Review Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 16/11/2010 01/01/2011 31/10/2014 31/10/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code A4302-02

60047914 Level 2 Award in Working with Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits. 7 credits must come from the Mandatory Units in Group A 5 credits must come from optional units in Group B The remaining credits must come from any units chosen from Groups B, C or D Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

3

25

2 2 2 2 2

2 1 1 2 2

20 10 6 20 15

2

3

26

2 2 2 2

2 2 1

8 16 10

1

2

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2 2 2 2 2

3 3 3 1 2

23 23 24 8 16

2

3

22

2

1

8

2 2

1 3

8 24

2

2

12

2

1

4

2

1

4

2

5

36

2

1

9

Group A Mandatory Units

Safeguarding young people in a youth work setting [A/602/6383] Understanding youth work principles and practice [K/602/6380] Group B Optional Units

Improving own performance as a volunteer [T/502/4069] Carrying out own volunteering role [L/502/4062] An introduction to personal development [J/601/7301] Developing self [R/600/1246] Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety [J/601/3491] Understanding prejudice and discrimination [H/503/8601] Communication in the workplace [F/600/3719] Emergency first aid skills [Y/600/1250] Establish and maintain a safe sport/activity session [D/601/8213] Support the work of the team and organisation [Y/601/4483] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote responsible public use of the environment [H/502/3161] Communicate with the public and others [L/600/2699] Work with and consult the local community [L/502/3168] Understanding conflict resolution [R/600/5250] Recognising issues of substance misuse [A/500/4812] Recognising and dealing with bullying [Y/600/5217] Designing and delivering a programme of peer education activities [J/601/9081] Understanding active citizenship in the local community [L/500/4779] Introduction to mentoring [T/600/5208] Sex and relationships education [D/500/5290] Understanding how to develop participants through coaching sport [Y/601/2104] Adapting sports activities [Y/601/8209] Organise and deliver a sports event or competition [K/601/8215] Organising an activity session at an outdoor centre [H/600/3826] Principles of peer education [M/601/7731]

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 02/03/2012 01/04/2012 31/08/2013 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C4302-02

6004794X Level 2 Award in Working with Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 16 credits. 7 credits must come from the Mandatory Units in Group A A minimum of 2 credits must come from Group B A minimum of 2 credits must come from Group C A minimum of 2 credits must come from Group D The remaining credits must come from any units chosen from Groups B, C or D Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

3

25

2 2 2 2 2

2 1 1 2 2

20 10 6 20 15

2

3

26

2 2 2

2 2 1

8 16 10

2

1

2

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2 2

3 3

23 23

2 2 2

3 1 2

24 8 16

2

3

22

2

1

8

2 2

1 3

8 24

2

2

12

2

1

4

Group A Mandatory Units

Safeguarding young people in a youth work setting [A/602/6383] Understanding youth work principles and practice [K/602/6380] Group B Optional Units (Personal Development) Improving own performance as a volunteer [T/502/4069]

Carrying out own volunteering role [L/502/4062] An introduction to personal development [J/601/7301] Developing self [R/600/1246] Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Group C Optional Units (Work-based skills)

Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety [J/601/3491] Understanding prejudice and discrimination [H/503/8601] Communication in the workplace [F/600/3719] Emergency first aid skills [Y/600/1250] Establish and maintain a safe sport/activity session [D/601/8213] Support the work of the team and organisation [Y/601/4483] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote responsible public use of the environment [H/502/3161] Communicate with the public and others [L/600/2699] Work with and consult the local community [L/502/3168] Group D Optional Units (Working with Young People)

Understanding conflict resolution [R/600/5250] Recognising issues of substance misuse [A/500/4812] Recognising and dealing with bullying [Y/600/5217] Designing and delivering a programme of peer education activities [J/601/9081] Understanding active citizenship in the local community [L/500/4779] Introduction to mentoring [T/600/5208] Sex and relationships education [D/500/5290] Understanding how to develop participants through coaching sport [Y/601/2104] Adapting sports activities [Y/601/8209]

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Organise and deliver a sports event or competition [K/601/8215] Organising an activity session at an outdoor centre [H/600/3826] Principles of peer education [M/601/7731]

2

1

4

2

5

36

2

1

9

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 02/03/2012 01/04/2012 31/08/2013 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code A4301-03

60000223 Level 3 Award in Youth Work Practice Learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits. 7 credits must come from the Mandatory Unit in Group A A minimum of 5 credits at Level 2 or above must come from the Optional Units in Group B Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

7

55

3

10

75

3

6

45

3

9

60

3

3

25

3

3

22

3

3

21

3

3

21

3

3

20

3

3

20

3

3

20

4

5

40

3

4

30

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

3

25

3

2

15

3

3

25

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

3

23

Group A Mandatory Unit

Understanding principles, knowledge and skills in workbased practice in youth work [Y/602/6388] Group B Optional Units

Understanding youth work principles and practice [L/602/6386] Understanding intervention strategies in youth work settings [R/602/6387] Work-based practice in youth work [D/602/6389] Support young people to develop, implement and review a plan of action [M/601/1329] Provide information and advice to children and young people [A/601/1334] Develop interviewing skills for work with children and young people [L/601/1337] Caseload management [D/601/1343] Support young people to move towards independence and manage their lives [F/601/1349] Support children and young people to achieve their learning potential [D/601/1357] Support children and young people to have positive relationships [R/601/1369] Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage [F/600/9777] Support children or young people in their own home [K/601/0132] Facilitate the learning and development of children and young people through mentoring [T/601/1381] Support the referral process for children and young people [R/601/1386] Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people [Y/601/1695] Working together for the benefit of children and young people [K/601/1698] Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people [M/601/1699] Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240]

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Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Understanding exchange programmes [H/501/1544] Implementing exchange programmes [Y/501/1542] Outreach and detached youth work [R/501/1538] Community development within a faith context [Y/501/9432]

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

3

23

3 3 3 2

6 9 9 2

24 12 27 16

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 16/11/2010 01/01/2011 31/10/2014 31/10/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

63.0 N/A N/A 15.0 Youth and Community Teaching and Lecturing LLUK

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ABC Qual Code C4301-03

6000020X Level 3 Certificate in Youth Work Practice Learners must achieve 32 credits at Level 3 from the units in Group A. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

10

75

3

6

45

3

7

55

3

9

60

Group A Units

Understanding youth work principles and practice [L/602/6386] Understanding intervention strategies in youth work settings [R/602/6387] Understanding principles, knowledge and skills in workbased practice in youth work [Y/602/6388] Work-based practice in youth work [D/602/6389] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Operational Start Date Regulation Start Date Review Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 16/11/2010 01/01/2011 31/10/2014 31/10/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

157.5 N/A N/A 37.5% Youth and Community Teaching and Lecturing LLUK

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ABC Qual Code D4301-03

60000831 Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice

Learners must achieve a minimum of 44 credits. 32 credits must come from the Mandatory Units in Group A A minimum of 12 credits at Level 2 and above must come from the Optional Units in Group B N.B. If learners are completing this qualification as part of an Apprenticeship, they are required to achieve the unit in Group C in addition to achieving 44 credits from units in Group A and Group B Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

10

75

3

6

45

3

7

55

3

9

60

3

3

25

3

3

22

3

3

21

3

3

21

3

3

20

3

3

20

3

3

20

4

5

40

3

4

30

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

3

25

3

2

15

3

3

25

3

3

23

Group A Mandatory Units

Understanding youth work principles and practice [L/602/6386] Understanding intervention strategies in youth work settings [R/602/6387] Understanding principles, knowledge and skills in workbased practice in youth work [Y/602/6388] Work-based practice in youth work [D/602/6389] Group B Optional Units

Support young people to develop, implement and review a plan of action [M/601/1329] Provide information and advice to children and young people [A/601/1334] Develop interviewing skills for work with children and young people [L/601/1337] Caseload management [D/601/1343] Support young people to move towards independence and manage their lives [F/601/1349] Support children and young people to achieve their learning potential [D/601/1357] Support children and young people to have positive relationships [R/601/1369] Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage [F/600/9777] Support children or young people in their own home [K/601/0132] Facilitate the learning and development of children and young people through mentoring [T/601/1381] Support the referral process for children and young people [R/601/1386] Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people [Y/601/1695] Working together for the benefit of children and young people [K/601/1698] Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people [M/601/1699] Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224]

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Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Understanding exchange programmes [H/501/1544] Implementing exchange programmes [Y/501/1542] Outreach and detached youth work [R/501/1538] Community development within a faith context [Y/501/9432]

3

2

10

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

3

23

3 3 3 2

6 9 9 2

24 12 27 16

2

3

24

Group C Additional Optional Unit This is an additional unit relating to Employer Rights and Responsibilities for those taking the qualification as part of the Apprenticeship for Youth Work.

Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people’s settings [R/602/2954] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Operational Start Date Regulation Start Date Review Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment/External Moderation 16 Pass/Fail 13/12/2010 01/01/2011 13/10/2014 31/10/2017 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

157.5 N/A N/A 37.5% Youth and Community Teaching and Lecturing LLUK

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ABC Qual Code A4405-02

60019621 Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care, Children and Young People’s Settings

Learners must achieve 3 credits from the single Mandatory Unit. Unit

Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people’s settings [R/602/2954]

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

24

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Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

Awaiting details Awaiting details Awaiting details N/A Youth and Community & Childcare and Early Years Health and Social Care Skills for Care and Development

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ABC Qual Code A4300-03

50074507 Level 3 Award in Working with Vulnerable Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits, which must include 9 credits from the Level 3 Mandatory units, plus a further 3 credits from the Optional units at Level 3 or Level 4 Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

4

24

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

3

23

3

1

5

4

3

20

4

2

10

4

3

20

Level 3 Mandatory Units

Understand vulnerability and need for support in young people [A/502/5322] Develop effective relationships with vulnerable young people [F/502/5046] Safeguard vulnerable young people [R/502/5049] Level 3 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [T/502/5237] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [J/502/5243] Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists [M/601/0648] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [R/502/5245] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [K/502/5249] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [M/502/5267] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [T/502/5271] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [A/502/5272] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [F/502/5273] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Reflective practice [K/502/5283] Level 4 Optional Units

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difficulties [H/502/5363] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5366] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [A/502/5370] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [H/502/5377] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [K/502/5381] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [M/502/5382] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [T/502/5383] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [F/502/5385] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [J/502/5386] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [L/502/5387] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [Y/502/5389] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [L/502/5390] Support young people who are asylum seekers [Y/502/5392] Reflective practice [M/502/5396] Assess children and young people involved in the use of substances [T/501/0592] Providing initial advice to young people on their rights under the law [J/502/8949]

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10

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment/External Moderation 19 Pass / Fail 01/09/2009 31/08/2014 31/08/2017 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

N/A N/A N/A N/A Youth and Community Health and Social Care Skills for Justice

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ABC Qual Code C4300-03

5007443X Level 3 Certificate in Working with Vulnerable Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 25 credits, which must include 15 credits from the Level 3 Mandatory units, plus a further 10 credits from the Optional units at Level 3 or Level 4 Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

3

23

3

2

10

3

3

23

3

3

23

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2

10

3

2

10

3

4

24

3

3

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3

2

10

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10

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10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

3

23

3

1

5

Level 3 Mandatory Units

Understand vulnerability and need for support in young people [A/502/5322] Develop effective relationships with vulnerable young people [F/502/5046] Safeguard vulnerable young people [R/502/5049] Working with other people and organisations to support vulnerable young people [D/502/5328] Support vulnerable young people experiencing transitions [H/502/5329] Level 3 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [T/502/5237] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [J/502/5243] Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists [M/601/0648] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [R/502/5245] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [K/502/5249] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [M/502/5267] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [T/502/5271] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [A/502/5272] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [F/502/5273] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Reflective practice [K/502/5283]

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Level 4 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [R/502/5360] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [Y/502/5361] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [H/502/5363] Support young people with mental health problems T/502/5366] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [A/502/5370] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [H/502/5377] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [K/502/5381] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [M/502/5382] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [T/502/5383] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [F/502/5385] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [J/502/5386] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [L/502/5387] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [Y/502/5389] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [L/502/5390] Support young people who are asylum seekers [Y/502/5392] Reflective practice [M/502/5396] Assess children and young people involved in the use of substances [T/501/0592] Providing initial advice to young people on their rights under the law [J/502/8949]

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20

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4

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20

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7

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment/External Moderation 19 Pass / Fail 01/09/2009 31/08/2014 31/08/2017 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3

N/A N/A N/A N/A

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50074441 Level 4 Award in Working with Vulnerable Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits. This must include 9 credits at Level 4 from the three Mandatory units. The learner must achieve a further 3 credits at Level 3 or Level 4 from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

2

10

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

3

20

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

2

10

4

3

20

4

1

5

4

6

36

4

7

40

Level 4 Mandatory Units

Assess vulnerability and need for support in young people [H/502/5346] Develop effective relationships with vulnerable young people [K/502/5347] Safeguard vulnerable young people [K/502/5350] Level 4 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [R/502/5360] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [Y/502/5361] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [H/502/5363] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5366] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [A/502/5370] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [H/502/5377] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [K/502/5381] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [M/502/5382] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [T/502/5383] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [F/502/5385] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [J/502/5386] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [L/502/5387] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [Y/502/5389] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [L/502/5390] Support young people who are asylum seekers [Y/502/5392] Reflective practice [M/502/5396] Assess children and young people involved in the use of substances [T/501/0592] Providing initial advice to young people on their rights under the law [J/502/8949]

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Level 3 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [T/502/5237] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [J/502/5243] Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists [M/601/0648] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [R/502/5245] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [K/502/5249] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [M/502/5267] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [T/502/5271] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [A/502/5272] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [F/502/5273] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Reflective practice [K/502/5283]

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3

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment/External Moderation 19 Pass/Fail 01/09/2009 31/08/2014 31/08/2017 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

N/A N/A N/A N/A Youth and Community Health and Social Care Skills for Justice

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50074453 Level 4 Certificate in Working with Vulnerable Young People Learners must achieve a minimum of 25 credits This must include 15 credits from the Mandatory units Learners must achieve a further 10 credits at Level 3 or Level 4 from the Optional units N.B. Learners can achieve a maximum of 12 credits at Level 3 Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

3

20

4

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10

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20

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20

4

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10

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10

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20

4

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10

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10

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10

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10

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10

4

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10

4

3

20

Level 4 Mandatory Units

Assess vulnerability and need for support in young people [H/502/5346] Develop effective relationships with vulnerable young people [K/502/5347] Safeguard vulnerable young people [K/502/5350] Working with other people and organisations to support vulnerable young people [J/502/5405] Support vulnerable young people experiencing transitions [R/502/5407] Level 4 Optional Units

Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [R/502/5360] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [Y/502/5361] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [H/502/5363] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5366] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [A/502/5370] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [H/502/5377] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [K/502/5381] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [M/502/5382] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [T/502/5383] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [F/502/5385] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [J/502/5386] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [L/502/5387] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [Y/502/5389] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [L/502/5390] Support young people who are asylum seekers [Y/502/5392]

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Reflective practice [M/502/5396] Assess children and young people involved in the use of Substances {T/501/0592] Providing initial advice to young people on their rights under the law [J/502/8949]

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10

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10

3

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5

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Support young people who are looked after or are leaving care [A/502/5224] Support young people who are socially excluded or excluded from school [R/502/5231] Support young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties [T/502/5237] Support young people with mental health problems [T/502/5240] Support young people in relation to sexual health and risk of pregnancy [F/502/5242] Support vulnerable young people who are experiencing pregnancy or parenthood [J/502/5243] Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists [M/601/0648] Support young people who are vulnerable to neglect, sexual, emotional or physical abuse [R/502/5245] Support young people who are homeless or in debt [K/502/5249] Support young people who are not in employment, education or training [R/502/5259] Support young people who are involved in anti-social and/or criminal activities [L/502/5261] Support young people who are in custody and/or in court [M/502/5267] Support young people who are victims, survivors or witnesses of intimidatory or criminal behaviour [T/502/5271] Promote health and well-being of vulnerable young people [A/502/5272] Support vulnerable young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual [F/502/5273] Support young people who are asylum seekers [D/502/5278] Reflective practice [K/502/5283] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment/External Moderation 19 Pass/Fail 01/09/2009 31/08/2014 31/08/2017 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1

N/A N/A

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Youth and Community ABC Awards Qualifications Directory 12-13  

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