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Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Conference 16th & 17th March 2010 Coleg Powys, Llandrindod Wells Jacqui Allen 07795647110.

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1 Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Conference 16th & 17th March 2010 Coleg Powys, Llandrindod Wells Jacqui Allen

2 Which BTECs are being re- developed for September 2010 starts? Level 3 BTEC Nationals Level 3 & 4 BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design Level 4 BTEC HNCs Levels 1-7 BTEC Specialist qualifications BTEC Awards, Certificate and Diplomas (Vocational units within Foundation Learning Entry and Level 1) Level 2 BTEC Firsts Level 4 BTEC HNCs and Level 5 BTEC HNDs

3 Level 2 BTEC First and Level 3 BTEC National titles are changing From 1 September 2010 the titles will have to change Edexcel to market and refer to them generically as Level 2 BTEC Firsts and Level 3 BTEC Nationals The actual title of each award is significantly different and conforms to the requirements of the QCF

4 What about the size and equivalences of the QCF BTEC Firsts and Nationals ? Made up of units - each unit given Credits and Guided Learning Hours (GLH) Each QCF BTEC qualification is sized in number of Credits (not units) The equivalences with GCSEs and A Levels and other benchmarks remain the same as now GLH continue to be used for planning and funding purposes 1 Credit = 10 Hours of Learning = 6 Guided Learning Hours

5 Level 2 BTEC Firsts (NQF) Comparison of NQF and QCF Level 2 BTEC First qualifications Level 2 BTEC First Diploma 6 units (360 glh) Level 2 BTEC First Certificate 3 units (180 glh) = 4 GCSEs A*-C = 2 GCSEs A*-C Level 2 BTEC Firsts (QCF) Level 2 BTEC Diploma 60 credits = 4 GCSEs A*-C Level 2 BTEC Extended Certificate 30 credits = 2 GCSEs A*-C = 1 GCSE A*-C Level 2 BTEC Certificate 15 credits Available until 31 August 2010Available from 1 September 2010

6 Level 3 BTEC Nationals (NQF) Level 3 BTEC National Diploma 18 units (1080 glh) Level 3 BTEC National Certificate 12 units (720 glh) Level 3 BTEC National Award 6 units (360 glh) = 3 A Levels = 2 A Levels = 1 A Level Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma 180 credits Level 3 BTEC Diploma 120 credits Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma 60 credits = 3 A Levels = 2 A Levels = 1 A Level = 1 AS Level Level 3 BTEC Certificate 30 credits Level 3 BTEC Nationals (QCF) Available until 31 August 2010 Comparison of NQF and QCF Level 3 BTEC National qualifications Available from 1 September 2010

7 Specification Pack Introduction Units at a glance guide contained in CD-ROM Specification Teaching BTEC BTEC SupportCD-ROM Specification Pack

8 BTEC Beauty Therapy Sciences Accreditation of current NQF Nationals specs have been extended to December QCF BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma, Diploma, Subsidiary Diploma and Certificate will be available from Jan At Level 3 there will be 2 alternative pathways – BTEC Beauty Therapy and Beauty Therapy Science. There will be a QCF Level 2 BTEC Diploma, Extended Certificate and Certificate in Beauty Therapy available from September All new qualifications endorsed by HABIA

9 BTEC Level 3 – Understanding Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Edexcel Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Understanding Enterprise and Entrepreneurship The Edexcel Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Understanding Enterprise and Entrepreneurship is a 60-credit and 360-guided- learning-hour (GLH) qualification that consists of three mandatory units plus optional units that provide for a combined total of 60 credits. Unit Mandatory units Credit Level 1 The Innovative Entrepreneur Business Planning and Pitching Leadership and Teamwork 10 3 Unit Optional units 9 Working as an Intrapreneur Market Research and Analysis Financial Literacy and Awareness Business in an International Context E-marketing and Website Design Brand Development and Promotion Social Enterprise 10 3

10 Level 1 and Entry provision - QCF Edexcel BTEC Entry Level Award in an Introduction to Hair and Beauty (Entry 3) (7 Credits) Edexcel BTEC Entry Level Certificate in an Introduction to Hair and Beauty (Entry 3) (13 Credits) Edexcel BTEC Level 1 Award in an Introduction to Hair and Beauty (9 Credits) Edexcel BTEC Level 1 Certificate in an Introduction to Hair and Beauty (15 Credits)

11 Level 1 and Entry provision - QCF BTEC Entry Award/Certificate 1 Introduction to the Hair and Beauty Sector* 2 (Entry) 2 Presenting a Professional Image in a Salon* 2 (Entry) 3 Skin Care 3 (Entry) 4 Hand Care 3 (Entry) 5 Shampoo and Conditioning 3 (Entry) 6 Hair Plaiting** 3 (Entry) 7 Create an Image Using Colour 3 (Entry) 10 Basic Make-up Application 3 (Level 1) 11 Nail Art Application 3 (Level 1) 12 Themed Face Painting 3 (Level 1) 13 Styling Women’s Hair 3 (Level 1) 14 Styling Men’s Hair 3 (Level 1) 15 Plaiting and Twisting Hair** 3 (Level 1) * Mandatory

12 Level 1 and Entry provision - QCF BTEC Level 1 Award/Certificate 3 Skin Care 3 (Entry) 4 Hand Care 3 (Entry) 5 Shampoo and Conditioning 3 (Entry) 6 Hair Plaiting** 3 (Entry) 7 Create an Image Using Colour 3 (Entry) 8 Introduction to the Hair and Beauty Sector* 3 (Level 1) 9 Presenting a Professional Image in a Salon* 3 (Level 1) 10 Basic Make-up Application 3 (Level 1) 11 Nail Art Application 3 (Level 1) 12 Themed Face Painting 3 (Level 1) 13 Styling Women’s Hair 3 (Level 1) 14 Styling Men’s Hair 3 (Level 1) 15 Plaiting and Twisting Hair** 3 (Level 1) 16 The Art of Photographic Make-up 5 (Level 2) 17 The Art of Dressing Hair 5 (Level 2) * Mandatory

13 Level 1 and Entry provision - QCF Qualification titleLevel E1E2E3L1 Personal Social Development X X X Communication skillsX Home Cooking skills X ICT SkillsX Mathematical skillsX Parenting X Parents to be X Parents to be and in parenting X Personal and social development XXX Personal progressX Science, technology, engineering and maths leadership skills X Skills for independence and work (September 2010) X Skills for independent livingX Skills for supported employmentX WorkSkills XX Vocational studies (September 2010) XX

14 Current Vocational qualification and Apprenticeship offer Apprenticeship and Advanced Apprenticeship structures: Hairdressing Apprenticeship Barbering Apprenticeship Advanced Apprenticeships Hairdressing Advanced Apprenticeship Barbering Advanced Apprenticeship

15 From August 2010 Level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make Up Level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Nail Services Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make Up Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Spa Therapy Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Nail Services Apprenticeship structures and standalone NVQs

16 WorkSkills from Edexcel Jacqui Allen New easy to assemble BTEC qualifications that stack up to job success

17 Edexcel has the vision to equip young people and adults with the skills to obtain employment and build confidence so that they retain jobs and improve life chances for themselves and their families. WorkSkills Units fall into four main pathways: –Personal Life Skills –Sustainable Employability Skills –Work Placement Skills –Skills for Business

18 A suite of over 30 stand alone bite size units of 10 GLH. The units are currently available at Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2 Build your own BTECBuild your own BTEC: Learners can choose as many or as few units as they wish to build qualifications of different sizes at different levels. Making WorkSkills fit into learners needs and existing timetables and existing programmes: E.G. PSHE, Work Experience, Enterprise, Careers, GCSEs, GCEs, BTECs, NVQs Welsh Bac etc Within and across all Key Stages and post 19. Key Features Combined they can create: BTEC Award, 3 credits =.25 GCSE equivalent BTEC Certificate, 13 credits = 1 GCSE equiv. BTEC Diploma, 37 credits = 4 GCSEs equiv.

19 Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2 Workskills units

20 Award – 3 Credits Certificate – 13 Credits Diploma -37 Credits plus

21 New Level 3 supported by Interactive Website

22 Level 3 Workskills Qualifications BTEC Level 3 Workskills Award – 6 CREDITS BTEC Level 3 Workskills Certificate – 18 CREDITS

23 Quality Assurance Processes 2010

24 Working in partnership to deliver quality and standards Our commitment is to reduce the bureaucratic burden of assessment and assessment related processes on you. We intend to achieve this through moving from our NQF model of ‘Edexcel-driven quality control’ to our new QCF model of ‘centre-driven quality assurance’ Investment in: Stronger support for centres Improved support materials

25 Transition from NQF to QCF model Quality Review & Development Centre Risk Assessment Accredited Internal Verification Standards Verification National Standards Sampling Internal Verification

26 Quality Review & Development Develop quality, deliver success, raise attainment Replaces Centre Risk Assessment Process is fundamentally the same as CRA All centres visited annually by a Centre Quality Reviewer Visits take place between October and April Includes all BTEC and NVQ provision Places stronger emphasis on managing assessment and verification

27 Accredited Internal Verification Confidence in assessing to the standards Already running with BTEC Work Skills and Foundation Learning programmes Formalises the internal verification process Provides direct training and standardisation for a named Lead Internal Verifier (IV) for each Principal Subject Area – see handout Lead IV registers via Edexcel Online Lead IV completes online standardisation via Edexcel Online (OSCA2) during one of three available windows OSCA2 will have training exercises available throughout

28 Accredited Internal Verification Successful standardisation will release certification for three years Unsuccessful standardisation or non-completion will block certification and trigger allocation of a Standards Verifier Lead IV re-registers annually to confirm that they are still in post

29 Standards Verification Checking practice, supporting standards External verification process which replaces NSS Programmes will not automatically be sampled each year Random sampling undertaken for all BTECs Standards Verifier undertakes sampling where Lead IV standardisation is unsuccessful or not completed Successful sampling releases programmes for one year* Blocked programmes follow the same model as NSS: 2 nd sample Remedial action by Regional Quality Manager

30 Standards Verification for NVQs and Competence based programmes Two pronged approach: QRD – annual, generic review of quality processes Developmental approach – emphasis on supporting centres to improve internal quality assurance Standards verification – annual visit by occupationally competent standards verifiers Sampling of learner portfolios in usual way Provide advice, support and guidance on best practice Recommend certification

31 Centre Support for BTEC BTEC.co.uk BTEC site has up to date information and guidance BTEC Bulletins: Call centre BTEC & NVQ enquiries line: Ask the Expert Sector specific answers from our subject experts BTEC Regional Quality Managers Support contact for quality assurance matters BTEC Qualification Delivery Leaders Contact at head office for assessment enquiries


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