We have updated the Assessment Guidance within the units of this Level 2 suite of qualifications to ensure clarity. Minor amendments have also been made to the Model Assignment for unit 4. Please ensure that you are using the most recent versions of these documents, available in the relevant sections below.
Launching for first teaching September 2017, our Level 2 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care qualifications will allow your students to achieve their potential and progress to the next stage of their lives, whether it be further study via a Level 3 Tech Level, an apprenticeship, or straight into employment.
Designed in collaboration with experts spanning the breadth of the sector, the Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care will provide your students with the skills required when starting out in their chosen career.
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An Excel based tool which enables tutors to select the correct combination for their learners.
This resource gives definitions for most of the command verbs used in Cambridge Technicals.
An Excel based tracking document to help the tutor monitor their learners’ progress throughout the qualification both individually and as a cohort.
This lists the 2012 units and learning outcomes (LOs) and maps them to the 2016 units and learning outcomes. BTEC units have also been mapped.
An overview of our Cambridge Technicals Level 2 and Level 3 Health and Social Care qualifications.
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The teaching and learning resources on this page must not be used for summative assessment purposes. As part of our teaching we expect support to be given to your learners; such support is not permissible for summative assessment and is likely to be considered malpractice.
Perfect for open days and options consultations, these eye-catching posters are a perfect way to promote the courses on offer to students and parents.
You can also download a zipped file of all subject posters. Simply download the subjects you want and print.
A zip file of delivery guides for pathway units. Each guide gives ideas for lessons. English and maths extension activities also included.