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Author wp_care_team
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#1 | Posted: 3 Apr 2005 15:30
Welcome to the Health & Social Care levels 2 & 3 Forum.

Here is an opportunity for those completing there NVQ 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care, to share ideas, ask questions, and discuss evidence collecting.

note: Please read the forum Guidelines before posting

warm regards

W&P Care Training Team
Author joan
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#2 | Posted: 9 Jun 2005 15:28
I HAVE COMPLETED MY NVQ 3 AND IM AT PRESENT ON REGISTERED MANAGERS AWARD ALSO A1 ASSESSOR AWARD IF ANY ONE NEEDS ANY HELP JUST ASK.
Author wp_care_team
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#3 | Posted: 9 Jun 2005 16:28
Hi Joan,

That's great, thanks.
The more people offering advice and asking questions on the forum the better resource it will become for people training within the care industry.

warm regards

W&P Care Team
Author sue
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#4 | Posted: 12 Jun 2005 11:20
hi ,Joan I have to complete the 37 questionings on the knowlege base evidence any help on this matter many thanks sue
Author joan
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#5 | Posted: 5 Jul 2005 22:12
sue

hi sue sorry i havent had the time to check any messages if you havent completed your questions fully what is it you would lkie to know, a bit late in replying i know
Author jattzp
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#6 | Posted: 17 Aug 2005 13:19

I HAVE COMPLETED MY NVQ 3 AND IM AT PRESENT ON REGISTERED MANAGERS AWARD ALSO A1 ASSESSOR AWARD IF ANY ONE NEEDS ANY HELP JUST ASK.

This is me Ramanjit, i hv done bachelors of scienec and bachelors of education. Also i m doing masters in Food Science. at present i m doing work as a care assitant. and i hv four months experienec in this profession plzz tell if i hv to do NVQ2 or 3 or i can go straight for NVQ4 as i hv good basic qualification.
i will be thankful to urs response..if anyonelse wants to put light on this topic ..i will be grateful.
many thanx
my id is jattzp@yahoo.com
Author wp_care_team
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#7 | Posted: 18 Aug 2005 11:02
Ramanjit
NVQ's are vocational awards and evidence for them is gained from your day to day work.
To do level 2 you need to be working as a care assistant in the care sector.
NVQ's are awards of competence not a training.
All the basic training you need should be done in the workplace.
This training provides you with the necessary skills and then NVQ's are awards that say that you are competent at a certain level
To complete level 3 you need to be a more experienced carer with more responsibility in the workplace for example,being involved in care planning or with medications. You need to be in this role to be able to provide the necessary evidence.
To be able to completee your Registered managers award you need to be in a management post to be able to provide the necessary evidence from the work you do .
I hope this gives you the information you need concerning NVQ's.
please ask further questions if you need more information
Author loobylou
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#8 | Posted: 17 Mar 2006 19:05
Hiya,anybody out there that can help with my nvq level 3???? Im stuck on what information to put relating to equalities,diversities,discrimination and rights relating to individuals!!!!! (this is one of my knowledge questions)
Author loobylou
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#9 | Posted: 17 Mar 2006 19:13
[b]joan[/b

Hi joan,ive just registered on this page! I've just started my nvq 3 and am stuck on one of my knowledge questions! I don't know what information to include in relation to equalities,diversities,discrimination and rights relating to individuals! Hope you don't mind me asking for your HELP!!!!
Author claire
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#10 | Posted: 24 Mar 2006 22:53
Hi loobylou, Ive just started my nvq 3 and rarely meet with my tutor who I also find little help although my workplace trainer is very helpful. I am completely fazed by the whole thing. Thought maybe we could exchange ideas and comments whilst also helping and supporting echother through this, let me know if your interested
Author jamesd2004
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#11 | Posted: 25 Mar 2006 19:06
NVQs are quite simple really. Its the jargon that confuses people! It als is a great tool to promote practice within work places because the units and the element PC's represent best practice and what should be happening. NVQ assessors/centres could save themself alot fo work by simply telling candidates what pieces fo evidence they are looking for on the whole. A good assessor will then look at any other additional pieces of work a candidate can produce on top of this.
Author Ethel
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#12 | Posted: 9 Apr 2006 08:05
joan
Hi Joan,
I have just started my NVQ 3 in Health and Social Care - Adults. I am struggling to make a choice on the optional units. There are so many units and I am getting confused. Do you have any advice or ideas which can help me make a proper decision. I work in a nursing home and am a Senior Health Care Assistant and act as an assistant to Registered Nurses.

Ethel
Author loobylou
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#13 | Posted: 10 Apr 2006 19:05
claire

Hiya Claire, Sorry i haven't gotten back to you sooner! been a bit snowed under! If the offers still open to muddle through this nvq together that would be great! Nice to know im not on my own!!!
Author netty35
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#14 | Posted: 11 Apr 2006 20:34
joan

hi ya i am taking my nvq3 not to sure which units would be good to
take
Author claire
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#15 | Posted: 18 Apr 2006 09:13
Hi Loobylou,

I'm still stuck on HSC31 i'm just not getting it!

My offer still stands you can email me direct at clairemasters@supanet.com if you like.
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