|Other||H78Y 42||L2||Scottish Studies: Learning about Scotland|
|Other||FR26 09||L3||Preparing to Volunteer|
|Other||FR27 09||L3||Volunteering Experience|
|Other||FR28 09||L3||Volunteering Investigative Project|
|Other||F787 09||L3||Building Own Employability Skills|
|Other||F787 10||L4||Building Own Employability Skills|
|Other||H18L 43||L3||Exploring Wellbeing|
|Other||H18L 44||L4||Exploring Wellbeing|
|Other||H18L 45||L5||Exploring Wellbeing|
|Other||H18M 43||L3||Improving Wellbeing|
|Other||H18M 44||L4||Improving Wellbeing|
|Other||H18M 45||L5||Improving Wellbeing|
You will need to prepare for an activity that will help you to learn about Scotland. You will need to (a) select an aspect of Scotland that you want to learn about, (b) select an activity that will help you to develop this knowledge, (c) identify the main steps you will need to follow to complete the activity. You will then need to complete the activity while learning about Scotland by (a) following the main steps you have identified, (b) identifying what you have learned about Scotland, (c) communicate what you have learned about Scotland.
This unit is to enable candidates to develop an understanding of what volunteering is and the benefits of volunteering to themselves as volunteers. They will identify types of Volunteer Involving Organisations (VIO) and plan and prepare for a volunteering opportunity.
This unit is to enable candidates to apply and develop their skills in a volunteering capacity. Candidates will review their own skills during and after their volunteering experience.
This unit is to develop candidates' personal skills by providing them with the opportunity to undertake an investigation into a familiar aspect of volunteering. Candidates will develop a project plan for completion of the investigation and review and present the investigation findings relating this to their personal development.
For this Unit, learners will be required to provide evidence of building their employability skills, by (a) using at least two sources of information to find out about jobs that are available and employers who may have jobs that are suitable for them, (b) practising at least two of the skills needed to apply for a job, e.g. contacting an employer to enquire about a job, filling in a job application, preparing a Curriculum Vitae, preparing for, or participating in, an interview.
The general aim of this Unit is to explore what it means to have a sense of personal wellbeing. Differing views of mental, emotional, social and physical health and wellbeing will be considered. Learners will develop an understanding of personal wellbeing as a holistic concept, influenced by individual, social, global and environmental factors. Using information from different sources, learners will find out about factors that influence wellbeing.
Learners will also develop the ability to assess the usefulness of information to help them make informed choices about wellbeing. Learners will undertake an investigation into wellbeing and present their findings in a suitable format.
This Award aims to support learners to:
- develop an understanding of wellbeing
- investigate factors that influence wellbeing
- identify and evaluate choices about wellbeing
- set goals and plan to improve wellbeing
- undertake a task to improve wellbeing
- communicate the results of the task