Communication ICT Numeracy Working with Others Problem Solving What are Core Skills?
Problem Solving Critical Thinking: analysing a situation or issue and developing an approach to deal with it Planning and Organising: producing and carrying out a plan for dealing with the situation or issue, taking account of available resources Reviewing and Evaluating: reflection and reviewing of the problem solving process, evaluating the outcome, and identifying where alternative strategies might be used
Working Co-operatively with Others: behaviours and attitudes when interacting with others on an activity / activities Reviewing own Contribution: reflecting on how you interacted with others and any improvements you could make for future co-operative working Working with Others
Communication Oral Communication: essential in clarifying and expressing thoughts, interacting and conversing with others, conveying information, feelings and opinions Written Communication: produce and respond to written communication for various purposes and audiences
Numeracy Using Number: ability to recognise and use numerical skills in everyday situations Using Graphical Information: use graphical skills to interpret and communicate information
ICT Accessing information (Security Awareness): Locate information from a range of local or remote data sources. Recognising security risks and keeping data secure Processing / Creating information: Using ICT to process and create information
Key Skills Key/ Functional Skills Essential Skills Political/ National Need What employers say they need
Core Skills Units National Qualification Core Skills Units Workplace Assessed Signposting
Why signpost? What is signposting? How do you signpost?
What is signposting? Identifying where opportunities may exist to develop aspects of Core Skills during delivery through teaching and learning