The Level 3 SVQ in Social Services (Children and Young People) at SCQF level 7 is a re-accredited qualification and replaces the SVQ 3 Children's Care Learning and Development.
Students should have attained one of the following:
SVQ 2 Social Services (Children and Young People)
SVQ 2 Children's Care Learning and Development
NC Early Education and Childcare
The Level 3 SVQ Social Services (Children and Young People) at SCQF level 7 consists of 4 mandatory Units and 4 optional Units.
Students will have the support of a tutor who will attend their workplace to observe their practice. They will also have the opportunity to meet with their tutor away from their workplace who will assist them in the completion of their portfolio of evidence and support with underpinning knowledge.
This full time course is delivered over an academic year of 34 weeks.
Please contact your local Argyll College learning centre for start dates of the course.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
Students can progress from the Level 3 SVQ in Social Services (Children and Young People) at SCQF level 7 to other appropriate SVQs up to and including level 4. Students may transfer across to the adult sector by undertaking some additional units in SVQ Social Services and Healthcare. The progression route for each student will depend on their job role and level of responsibility.
The target audience for the SVQ in Social Services (Children and Young People) are people who are practioners in early years settings and residential/daycare for children and young people. It is a requirement by the SSSC that everyone employed in this capacity should be working towards achievement of this qualification.
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To enrol, or for further information on this course, please contact your local Argyll College Centre
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