CYQ is pleased to announce the launch of the following updated resources:
- Level 2 Mandatory Units
- Learner Assessment Record (LAR)
- Scheme of Work and PowerPoint presentations
- Workbook to follow shortly
- Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Physical Activity
CYQ is delighted to launch its much sought after fillable Learner Assessment Records (LARs). These documents allow learners to generate evidence and assessors to manage learner progress electronically using a range of devices such as PC, MAC, laptop and a variety of portable devices.
Following its replacement by the CYQ Level 2 Certificate in Leisure Operations 600/8280/X, CYQ is officially announcing the withdrawal of the following qualification from the QCF:
Qualification title: CYQ Level 2 Certificate in Leisure Operations
Qualification number: 600/5211/9
Operational end date: 30 Jun 2013
Certification end date: 30 Jun 2015
CYQ is now offering an alternative pathway for the delivery of Chair-Based Exercise. The new rule of combination (ROC) allows the learner to select both ‘additional’ (optional) units to gain the skills and knowledge to plan and deliver chair-based exercise to both frailer older adults and disabled adults.
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a training day for centres wishing to deliver the CYQ Level 3 Certificate in Sports Massage (Soft Tissue Therapy). It will cover:
We would like to remind all CYQ centres that Smart Assessor, a cutting-edge ePortfolio system, is now being used to manage all learners undertaking Assessing and Internal Quality Assurance training through CYQ Professional Development.
The following resources are now available to order in print or download from the CYQ website:
Over the last three months of 2012 CYQ provided updates on its pledge of support for the Personal Learning Record (PLR), an online service dedicated to storing all Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) learner achievement. Final testing is currently taking place to ensure that CYQ are in a position to begin posting learner achievement to the PLR, and centres should be reminded of their role in ensuring that this happens successfully.