NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Entry Level 1

NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Entry Level 1

NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Entry Level 1
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Pricing Plan

Option-1 : Full-Payment
£240.00
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Level
Entry Level 1

 

Minimum entry age
Pre-16

 

GLH
45

 

TQT
48

Overview

NCFE Information and Communication Technology qualification is suitable for learners aged 14 and above. The NCFE Functional Skills qualification in ICT at Entry Level 1 is an ideal qualification for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in ICT in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life. It is suitable for a wide range of individuals and is fundamental to the successful completion of various wider qualifications and frameworks, such as Foundation Learning.

Mandatory units

  1. Information and Communication Technology (F/601/2257)

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  • How long is a health and social care course?

    Health care diplomas have variable durations according to the offered levels starting from 3 months – 6 months-  9 months to 1 year for advanced studies.

  • Is NQF same as RQF?

    The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) is the regulatory qualifications framework for Northern Ireland and England. … The RQF replaced the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) on 1 October 2015 What can I do with a Health and Social Care diploma/degree? This will be a good entrance qualification for the following occupations.

    • Medical Profession.
    • Care Worker.
    • Community Development Worker.
    • Health Promotion Specialist.
    • Occupational Therapist.
    • Social Worker.
    • Youth Worker.

  • What is the meaning of RQF?

    It stands for the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and all qualifications regulated by Ofqual (in England) are on this framework. It became effective on 1st October 2015.

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  • What job can I get with Health and Social Care Level 3?

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    As a newly qualified social worker in Year 2 of the programme, you’ll earn a salary of between £25,000 and £34,000, depending on the local authority and location. Social workers for the NHS typically start on Band 6 of the NHS pay scale, which ranges from £31,365 to £37,890.

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