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These qualifications have Performance Points assigned to them.
These qualifications are suitable for learners aged 14 plus.
Total qualification time
Operation start date
1 September 2016
The ABC Level 1 Award in Automotive Studies has been developed to provide an introduction to the automotive sector. The structure and nature of the qualification provides the ideal route for learners to progress from the ABC Entry Level Award, Certificate and Diploma in Motor Vehicle Studies (Entry 3) on to a higher level of study and skills acquisition, such as automotive apprenticeships, as well as employment.
The Award in Automotive Studies has also been developed to support Key Stage 4 learning in literacy, numeracy and science. There are opportunities for learners to apply their literacy, numeracy and science knowledge to workplace scenarios.
The ABC Level 1 Award in Automotive Studies has been approved by the Department for Education, in the technical award category, for performance points and can be used in the Progress 8 tables.
Direct Claims will not be granted for the Level 1 Award in Automotive Studies. This is because Ofqual has stipulated that Moderation by the Awarding organisation must always take place for performance table qualifications.
Adaption to Delivery/Assessments under the Extended Extraordinary Regulatory Framework (‘EERF’):
Centres may apply for adaptions on a case by case basis, by completing a variation to assessment request form. All assessment criteria must be completed in full. Special Considerations cannot be used on a whole-cohort basis in lieu of adaptions. Practical tasks cannot be replaced with theoretical activities, therefore Centres are advised to ‘front-load’ practical assessments where this is possible. The online invigilated synoptic assessment is mandatory and cannot be replaced with another form of assessment.
It is suggested that Centres may adapt their planned assessments in the following ways:
Witness testimonies coupled with learner accounts, based on tasks undertaken earlier in the course.
Common tasks cross referenced from evidenced produced for other units.
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