Workplace Assessed Core Skills
Workplace Assessed Core Skills for Modern Apprenticeships
Communication skills underpin personal, social, learning, and working activities. They are essential in clarifying one’s own thoughts, in interacting and conversing with others, in expressing thoughts and in conveying information, feeling and opinions.
- Oral Communication
- Written Communication
Numeracy skills are necessary for coping with the demands of everyday life. People need to be comfortable with numbers, graphs, symbols, diagrams and calculators.
- Using Number
- Using Graphical Information
Information and Communication Technology:
Information and Communication Technology focuses on the ability to use IT in ways that are useful in work and the home. It is not about developing IT specialists.
- Accessing Information
- Providing / Creating Information
Working with Others:
Working with Others develops the skills needed to co-operate with others in learning and working situations to identify and achieve shared goals.
- Working co-operatively with Others
- Reviewing co-operative Contribution
Problem Solving develops the skills needed for tackling issues and problems in personal, social, vocational and occupational contexts.
- Critical Thinking
- Planning and Organising
- Reviewing and Evaluating
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