The Level 2 Certificate in Planning and Delivering Ongoing Social Enterprise Activity (QCF) allows the learner to take a significant role within a group to run a mini social enterprise within a community-based market. Money raised can be donated to a social cause or reinvested in the enterprise so that it continues to provide a service that creates positive social change.
In recognition of an entrepreneurial nature, the qualification is about “learning through doing”. The qualification encourages the learner to set up mini social enterprise to create positive social change for themselves, their peers, and/or their community.
Level 2 Certificate in Planning and Delivering Ongoing Social Enterprise Activity (QCF)
|QCF Reference Number||600/3316/2|
|Credit Value*||13 credits|
|Guided Learning Hours||95 hours|
|Duration||Completion within two years|
|Structure||2 mandatory units|
|Age Groups||14-16, 16-18, 19+|
|First Date for Registrations||1st October 2011|
|Last Date for Registrations||31st Auguts 2013|
|Entry Requirements||There are no formal entry requirements for these qualifications. However, in order to benefit from undertaking them, candidates should possess communication skills sufficient to allow them to perform as enterprise mentors and to address the assessment requirements of the qualifications.|
*Please note: these SFEDI Awards Qualifications are part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF), applicable in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing successful candidates with transferable qualification credits.
Who May Be Interested In This Qualification
Those who may have a very limited or no understanding of what enterprise entails
Those who wish to become actively involved in practical enterprise learning
At present SFEDI Awards is researching and writing possible progression route qualifications for learners who complete this qualification.
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