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BTEC Security Forum. Providing Security Services apprenticeship framework Roger Field Qualification Development Leader 18 May 2011. Apprenticeship in Providing Security Services – old vs new. PSS apprenticeship: new SASE requirements (1) . Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)

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btec security forum
BTEC Security Forum
  • Providing Security Services apprenticeship framework
  • Roger Field
  • Qualification Development Leader
  • 18 May 2011

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pss apprenticeship new sase requirements 1
PSS apprenticeship: new SASE requirements (1)
  • Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
  • Creative Thinking
  • Independent Enquiry
  • Reflective Learning
  • Team Working
  • Self Management
  • Effective Participation
  • PLTS not a qualification: achievement is recorded in SfS ‘mapping document’

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pss apprenticeship new sase requirements 2
PSS apprenticeship: new SASE requirements (2)
  • 280 GLH per year, incl 100 GLH ‘off the job’ = ‘time away from area of work’
  • Off the job GLH must be delivered during contracted working hours
  • Off the job GLH could include:
  • - KS/FS (45GLH for each subject)
  • - ERR
  • - Learning activities for KPSS/PSS

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edexcel level 2 certificate in providing security services qcf
Edexcel Level 2 Certificate in Providing Security Services (QCF)
  • Replaces the NVQ in Providing Security Services (last NVQ registration 31 March 2011)
  • 28 units in new structure
  • 3 endorsed pathways plus non-endorsed pathway
  • 22 credits required

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l2 certificate in providing security services mandatory units
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services – mandatory units
  • 4 mandatory units (9 credits)
  • U1: Reducing the risks to health and safety at work
  • U2: Communicate effectively with others
  • U3: Portray a positive personal image
  • U4: Control security incidents

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l2 certificate in providing security services optional units
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services – optional units
  • Learners need 13 credits from optional units.
  • For people taking non-endorsed pathway:
  • number of optional units needed will vary from 3 to 7, depending on size of unit
  • For endorsed pathways
  • certain units are required but total still adds up to 13 credits

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l2 certificate in providing security services optional units8
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services – optional units
  • New units that were not in NVQ:

U24: Protecting from the risk of violence at work

U25: Promote a healthy and safe workplace

U28: Use radio communications effectively

Units in NVQ not in new qual:

  • AA1 Promote equality and value diversity
  • 2J3 Present information to courts or at other hearings

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l2 certificate in providing security services assessment
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services - assessment
  • On QCF, no separation between ‘Performance Criteria’ and ‘Knowledge and Understanding’
  • No range statements in QCF units.
  • Result = less duplication between performance and knowledge.
  • However, can’t ‘infer’ knowledge/understanding from performance
  • FAQ: how many times does performance need to be demonstrated? A: use professional judgement

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l2 certificate in providing security services qcf simulation
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services (QCF) - simulation
  • Allowed in some units – but generally only for particular identified assessment criteria, not a blanket approach
  • But two searching units - simulation allowed for all performance-related assessment criteria if learner’s company does not permit searching to take place.

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l2 certificate in providing security services qcf issue 2
L2 Certificate in Providing Security Services (QCF) – Issue 2
  • Issue 2 now available on Edexcel website.
  • Now includes: ‘employer direct’ assessment/verification model available (in assessment strategy)
  • available to employers only (not training providers)

-for further information contact wbl@edexcel.com

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btec l2 cert in knowledge of providing security services structure
BTEC L2 Cert in Knowledge of Providing Security Services - structure
  • Initial structure now revised
  • Mix of security and generic employability units
  • 15 credits
  • 4 x mandatory units (=6 credits):
  • - Working in Private Security Industry
  • - Conflict Management for the Private Security
  • Industry
  • - Solving Work-related Problems
  • - Building Working Relationships with Customers

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btec l2 cert in knowledge of providing security services optional units
BTEC L2 Cert in Knowledge of Providing Security Services – optional units
  • Minimum of one unit from Group A Optional Units:
  • - Working as a Security Officer (1 credit)
  • - Working as a Door Supervisor (1 credit)
  • - Working as a CCTV Operator (2 credits)
  • Remaining credit from Group B Options, including:
  • - security loss and prevention in retail
  • - communication skills
  • - team working/relationships with colleague
  • - setting and meeting targets
  • - leadership

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btec l2 cert in knowledge of providing security services assessment and qa
BTEC L2 Cert in Knowledge of Providing Security Services – assessment and QA
  • L2P units assessed in exactly same way as in L2P qualifications
  • Test available from 31 May (estimated)
  • SIA requirements apply: invigilation, exam conditions, trainer competence
  • Remaining units are internally assessed and externally verified
  • One standards verifier for all apprenticeship components if registrations made for whole apprenticeship

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btec l2 cert in knowledge of providing security services how to get a licence
BTEC L2 Cert in Knowledge of Providing Security Services – how to get a licence
  • KPSS is not licence linked: no upload of images/pass info to SIA.
  • Learners needing a licence will need to register on L2P qualification.
  • Learners will not have to undertake additional learning/assessment for units already achieved
  • New process for claiming ‘exemptions’ - Security Test Management Handbook, Issue 11.3
  • Registration fees reduced, depending on number of units already achieved.

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learners who already hold a l2p qual before registering on kpss
Learners who already hold a L2P qual before registering on KPSS

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useful links
Useful links
  • Skills for Security PLTS and ERR documents:
  • http://www.skillsforsecurity.org.uk/index.php/training/2/76
  • Edexcel apprenticeship specs:
  • http://www.edexcel.com/quals/btec-apprenticeships/pss/Pages/default.aspx
  • BTEC Security Qualifications Test Management Handbook: http://www.edexcel.com/quals/tests/sia/Pages/key.aspx (see “Guidance to Centres” tab)

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