PRIT Functional Skills Qualification in English at Level 2

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  • Qualification Number             101/7748/003
  • Title                                                  PRIT Functional Skills Qualification in English at Level 1
  • Domain                                           International
  • Sector                                              Functional Skills
  • Total Units                                    Three
  • Mandatory Unit                          Three
  • Lectures                                          Fifteen
  • Qualification Time                    Thirty Days
  • Age                                                    12 +
  • Fee                                                    USD 150/-

About this Qualification

Functional Skills English are free standing qualifications designed to give learners the skills to operate confidently, effectively and independently in education, work and everyday life. They have been created in response to employers’ recommendations that learners would benefit from a thorough grounding in the basics and the ability to problem-solve. PRIT functional skills qualifications are available in English, mathematics and ICT at Entry Level 1, 2, 3 and levels 1 and 2. They assess the functional skills standards, coverage and range.

The course may be delivered using a variety of methods such as classroom sessions, distance learning or a blended
method. The course will require self-directed study alongside tutor support.

Assessment for these qualifications is summative and should only be attempted when the learners have acquired the
functional English skills and knowledge to achieve success. Assessment can take place in any supervised environment which can support an electronic or paper-based assessment  and includes the learner’s workplace.For these qualifications, each component is individually assessed and learners will only be certificated once all three components have been successfully completed. Learners can achieve components at any level; however the qualification is awarded at the level of the lowest component achieved. Learners are automatically notified of their performance electronically once their assessments have been awarded. A summary of component achievements will be included with the qualification certificate.The assessment tasks cover all of the skills standards, coverage and range. Learners must achieve all the skill standards and each of the coverage and range for each component. The qualification is not graded; successful learners who achieve all three components will achieve a pass.

Tutor Requirements
There are two unique tutor roles within this qualification,Trainer & Internal Verifier.

Unit 1 :  Speaking, listening and communication (SLC)

-Participate in discussions/exchanges about familiar topics, making active contributions, with one or more people in familiar situations                                                                                                                       

a) Identify the main points of short explanations and instructions
b) Make appropriate contributions that are clearly understood
c) Express simple feelings or opinions and understand those expressed by others
d) Communicate information so that the meaning is clear
e) Ask and respond to straightforward questions
f) Follow the gist of discussions                                                                                                                                                           

-Make a range of contributions to discussions in a range of contexts, including those that are unfamiliar, and make effective presentations
a) Consider complex information and give a relevant cogent response in appropriate language
b) Present information and ideas clearly and persuasively to others
c) Adapt contributions to audience, purpose and situation
d) Make significant contributions to discussions, taking a range of roles and helping to move discussion forward

Unit 2 :  Reading

-Read and understand straightforward texts that explain,inform or recount information
a) Understand the main events in chronological texts
b) Read and understand simple instructions and directions
c) Read and understand high frequency words and words with common spelling patterns
d) Use knowledge of alphabetical order to locate information
-Select, read, understand and compare texts and use them to gather information, ideas, arguments and opinions
a) Select and use different types of texts to obtain and utilise relevant information
b) Read and summarise, succinctly, information/ideas from different sources
c) Identify the purposes of texts and comment on how meaning is conveyed
d) Detect point of view, implicit meaning and/or bias
e) Analyse texts in relation to audience needs and consider suitable responses
f) In three or more texts

Unit 3 : . Writing

-Write short texts with some awareness of the intended audience
a) Use written words and phrases to record and present information
b) Construct compound sentences using common conjunctions
c) Punctuate correctly, using upper and lower case, full stops and question marks
d) Spell correctly all high frequency words and words with common spelling patterns
– Write a range of texts, including extended written documents, communicating information, ideas and opinions effectively and persuasively
a) Present information/ideas concisely, logically and persuasively
b) Present information on complex subjects clearly and concisely
c) Use a range of writing styles for different purposes
d) Use a range of sentence structures, including complex sentences, and paragraphs to organise written communication effectively
e) Punctuate written text using commas, apostrophes and inverted commas accurately
f) Ensure written work is fit for purpose and audience, with accurate spelling and grammar that support clear meaning in a range of text types