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These qualifications are eligible for funding through the Adult Education Budget.
These qualifications are approved for funding with the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
These qualifications are suitable for tailored provision and meet the funding requirements for 'Local Flexibility'.
These qualifications are suitable for learners aged 14 plus.
These qualifications are available for delivery in Wales and may be eligible for funding.
Total qualification time
Operation start date
1 February 2021
The SEG Awards Level 1 Award in Workers’ Rights and Labour Exploitation has been developed in conjunction with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority to support preparation for work and to raise awareness of the basic employment rights provided by UK law.
The qualification enables learners to develop skills and knowledge tobe work-ready and understand the signs of labour exploitation. They will learn where to search for jobs, spot bogus job adverts, understand how to read a payslip, their employment status, contract types and what exploitation is, which sectors are more at risk and what to do next.
This Award fits nicely into a variety of settings and scenarios; including tutorial provision, employability sessions, ESOL classes, community learning, traineeships, part of an apprenticeship and working with individuals returning to the workplace. The qualification can be delivered across different age ranges.
Having a flexible approach, the qualification can be delivered through an online platform, via a textbook or in a classroom setting.
Learners will gain confidence and develop skills that will help them to prepare, be safe and succeed in employment. The qualification is fully funded for 16 to 19-year-olds, adults, community learning and is funded for use in devolved areas.
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