• YMCA Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being Operational Services (600/0491/5)

    The aim of this qualification is to provide the knowledge and skills for individuals to work in operational services.

    Price

    £45

    GLH

    145 hours

    TQT

    200 hours

    YMCA Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being Operational Services

    Qualifications Type

    Occupational Qualification

    Qualification Number (QN)

    600/0491/5

    Availability

    Operational start date – 1 February 2011

    Operational end date –

    Certification end date –

    Latest version of qualification –

    Entry Requirements

    None, however, learners require access to clients and the appropriate facilities within a work environment

    Assessments

    • Professional discussion
    • Portfolio of evidence
    • Oral questions and answers
    • Worksheet Observation record

    Overview

    The aim of this qualification is to provide the knowledge and skills for individuals to work in operational services. It is a competence-based qualification that assesses the ability to perform in the workplace. Relevant roles will include equipment maintenance, setting up and taking down equipment, customer care, providing a reception service, plant operation, cleaning and tidying, and ground maintenance.

    Qualification details

    Learners will cover:

    • Contributing to joint working with other organisations
    • Supporting the development of the sport or activity
    • Setting up, taking down and storing activity equipment
    • Contributing to environmental conservation in active leisure and recreation
    • Giving customers a positive impression of yourself and your organisation (ICS)
    • Looking after participants when they are away from home
    • Enabling disabled people to take part in activities Contributing to participants’ exploration and understanding of the natural environment.

    This qualification is assessed through direct observation in the workplace and through a portfolio of evidence. Types of acceptable evidence include, but are not limited to:

    • Portfolio of evidence
    • Performance at work (observations)
    • Products of work – these are documents that you have produced or used in the workplace, such as risk assessments, notes of team meetings, correspondence, etc
    • Witness testimony
    • Reflective diary on own practice in an appropriate working environment
    • Tasks and projects
    • Questioning/professional discussion

    You can find further information on these assessments in the qualification syllabus and/or learner assessment record, which are available for centres to download from Y-Connect.

    • Leisure Duty Manager apprenticeship

    Benefits of YMCA Awards endorsement

    Realise extra value from existing, non-regulated training programmes

    Evidence high standards of teaching, resources and support

    Learn from our experts to reach your ongoing development ambitions

    Find a center near you

    We have over 200 centres around the UK. Enter your postcode to find the nearest centre to you