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Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:21 am

Anyone else do this?
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Post by naomiwar on Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:58 am

Hi

I have just started as a tutor for CYPW L2/3 and STLS L2/3 including Functional Skills. Would appreciate any advice/tips/useful links etc.

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Post by caffeine needed on Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:19 pm

welcome to the forum Cindy is your lady for this
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Re: CWYP tutors and assessors

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Mon Oct 14, 2013 8:04 am

Hi Naomi welcome to the forum.
Wow four levels! First time or experienced at this?
Are you embedding functional skills or doing them separate?

First thing is I would look at each qual and write an observation plan for each and also a professional discussion plan. This will take away elements that you will not have to teach and lighten the load considerably. Give these to your learners and have them identify how they will evidence this and for the professional discussion it gives them a chance to write notes to bring. I record mine and put them on a disk for each learner, again saves time writing down responses and you can also gain extra evidence when listening back for elements you originally didn't plan to discuss. Oh that's if you are assessing as well by the way which is what I do. If not stick to elements that are taught only. Are you doing the city and guilds version?
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Post by naomiwar on Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:19 pm

Hi

Sorry for the late reply...been trying to get my head around it all!

I am an assessor/tutor. Previously delivered straight STLS L2&3 NVQ; new to CYPW apprenticeship framework, functional skills & PLTS. I have previously delivered SWiS, CCLD and PSA quals. It seems that the new CYPW combines a lot of these quals in to 1. It seems good, but a lot of unit combinations!!!

Functional skills are delivered separate, so feel OK with these.

I was told by another assessor that CYPW doesn't give much chance for observation...I think that may not be the case! I am only covering the Early Years pathway for now. Just been getting my head around the mandatory units and barred unit combinations.

We use smart assessor for online portfolios; again new to me. I am finding that I much prefered paper based! This means that any professional discussions have to be recorded in the correct format in order to upload...again something I haven't yet got my head around. So, we're sticking mainly to written recorded evidence. It seems that a lot of the assessors in my company hardly use WT, whereas I have always found these to be a valuable source of evidence...what do you think?
Yes we are doing c&g for all quals.
Appreciate your advice so far...it's taking some time getting my head around it!

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Re: CWYP tutors and assessors

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Thu Oct 31, 2013 8:43 am

CYPW has lots of observations in it!! Every 'to be able' outcome SHOULD be observed in the setting. No simulations are allowed.
Witness testimonies not so much for these quals. I would go for hard solid evidence and lots of x referencing. I too deliver the Early Years pathway and this includes observing your learner whilst they are making an observation.

PLTS is embedded within the apprenticship framework and there is a matrix online somewhere. If you request to join the facebook group you will find it uploaded there in the documents section along with a declaration form.
Remember for apprenticeships you also have to deliver Unit 201 Employment Rights and Responsibilities on top of everything else.

Good luck and I hope to see you on facebook. You can find the link in site and configurations section Very Happy
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