Our Life and Living Skills suite is a comprehensive range of versatile and adaptable qualifications, with no minimum entry requirements. You can choose from over 150 bite-sized units across a wide range of skill areas; including pre-employability, personal and social skills. There are no mandatory units or barred combinations at any level, allowing for varied personalised learning programmes with a completely flexible structure.
This guide provides advice on the gathering of evidence for Breaking Free Group centres.
We’ve put together this guide to give additional guidance on how internal standardisation may be approached. These guidelines must be used in conjunction with the centre handbook and admin guide relevant to the qualification you are delivering.
This guide maps the Facework Challenges to a variety of units from OCR qualifications.
This resource gives an explanation for the most commonly used command verbs in the Life and Living qualifications.
This project approach shows how by giving the learners a project Effective communication for work (Pre-employment skills), they can cover a range of units from Life and Living Skills and Cambridge Progression English.
The activities in this Lesson element (Activities 1-6), support the Effective communication for work (Pre-employment skills) project approach.
The activities in this Lesson element (Activities 7-12), support the Effective communication for work (Pre-employment skills) project approach.
This resource shows how to write centre-set assignments.
This project approach shows how by giving the learners a project (Moving towards retirement), they can cover a range of units from Life and Living Skills, Cambridge English and Cambridge Progression Maths.
This lesson element gives learners some text to read and a set of questions to answer.
This document gives teachers background information about this Lesson Element.
This lesson element gives some tasks about learning a new skill.
The resource provides some sample learner portfolios for a number of units.