E-LEARNING & JUSTICE SECTOR
AIM Awards e-Learning & e-Assessment is available on Virtual Campus and is particularly suitable for The Justice Sector for the following reasons:
- No Minimum or Maximum Cohort Size
- On-demand Offer
- HR Savings
- No Preparation, Teaching or Marking
- Flexibility for Modes of Delivery
- e-Assessment Evidence - Screen Shot in 'Word' & Uploaded to VC via 'My Documents'
LEARNING & ACHIEVEMENT
- Learner Success (97-100% First-Time Achievement)
AIM AWARDS L1 SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT & FURTHER LEARNING (SEFL)
AIM Awards L1 Skills for Employment & Further Learning (SEFL) for Virtual Campus is a nationally recognised qualification, eligible for funding for The Justice Sector and compliant with Ofsted Common Inspection Framework §§166-167 relating to learners engaging in e-Learning.
Learners choose which units of work they would like to pursue in order to get 6, 9 or 15 credits to achieve these qualifications:
AIM Awards L1 Award in Skills for Employment & Further Learning (SEFL) (6 Credits) (46-60 GLH)
AIM Awards L1 Extended Award in Skills for Employment & Further Learning (SEFL) (9 Credits) (73-90 GLH)
AIM Awards L1 Certificate in Skills for Employment & Further Learning (SEFL) (15 Credits) (124-150 GLH)
MODULES TO VIEW
Each programme has a dedicated webpage where content may be viewed. Links lead to individual programmes (Credits given in brackets).
Internet Safety for IT Users - Justice Sector (3 Credits)
Recognising & Supporting Equality & Diversity at Work - Justice Sector (3 Credits)
Understanding Employment Business & Enterprise - Justice Sector (2 Credits)
Environmental Sustainability - Justice Sector (2 Credits)
Healthy Lifestyles - Justice Sector (2 Credits)
Personal Finances - Justice Sector (3 Credits)
Food Safety & Storage - Justice Sector (2 Credits)
Health & Safety in a Working Environment - Justice Sector (1 Credit)
Health & Safety in Construction - Justice Sector (3 Credits)
‘SKILLS TO FIND WORK ON RELEASE’
AIM Awards content provides the knowledge required for the following ‘licence-to-practise’ qualifications in Manufacturing Technologies, Hospitality & Catering and Construction and thus advantages those seeking work on release. Learners may complete these standanole qualifications, (often following completion of AIM Awards SEFL), via externally-generated examinations from AIM Awards NOMS-approved ‘white-listed’ site:
L2 Award in Health & Safety in The Workplace
L2 Award in Food Safety in Catering
L1 Award in Health & Safety in A Construction Environment
VIRTUAL CAMPUS & CLOUD DRIVE
Any of these units completed by learners can be screen shot and pasted into word then uploaded to the VC via 'My Documents'. This can be used as evidences to gain credits.
This attention to different learning styles and levels has led to their use in many different environments with extremely high first-time pass rates of 97-100%.
JUSTICE SECTOR FUNDING & QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE
For Justice Sector funding and qualification details please follow: SFA Funded e-Learning - Justice Sector
CENTRE APPROVAL, QUALIFICATION APPROVAL & CENTRE VISIT REQUEST
All institutions, prisons and approved premises, cooperating with the following FE providers are approved to offer AIM Awards Ofqual-regulated provision:
- Milton Keynes College
- Weston College
- Learning Plus
For documentation to commence delivery or to request a centre visit please contact Simon Hilton on 07711 228069 or fill out the form below.