Health and Social Care and Child Care Stakeholder Panel member opportunity
Qualifications Wales are currently working on the development of a new suite of qualifications in Health and Social Care and Child Care. As a result of this development, Qualifications Wales is seeking interest from potential stakeholders within Higher Education Institutes, Further Education, Schools, Work Based Learning Providers and the sector more generally to become members of the Stakeholder Panels.
We are currently looking for members to contribute towards Stakeholder Panels for the following qualifications:
Level1/2 Introduction to Health and Social Care and Child Care (aimed at 14 – 16 year old learners)
Level 3 Health and Social Care: Principles, Theories and Contexts (aimed at full time learners in Schools and FE, this qualification will replace A Level and BTEC qualifications in Health and Social Care)
Level 3 Children’s Care, Learning, Development and Play: Principles, Contexts and Practice (aimed at full time learners in Schools and Further Education, this qualification will replace A Level and BTEC qualifications in Children’s Care, Learning and Development)
As a stakeholder your input will help shape the subject content for these qualifications. If you are successful in your application you would be required to attend one or possibly two panel meetings at our office in Newport to share your views and opinions.
If you would like to register your interest in becoming a Stakeholder Panel Member, please send your CV and a short biography along with your contact details to email@example.com
The closing date for submissions is 9:00am Monday 6 March 2017.