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									POST-16 LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA
(Pilot)

Specification for teaching from
September 2012
                           WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 level 1 Specification (Pilot)




Contents
                                                                                   Page
1.   Introduction and Rationale                                                          3
     1.1 Qualification Title and Codes                                                   3
     1.2 Rationale                                                                       3
     1.3 Structure of the Qualification                                                  6
     1.4 Tutorial Support and Mentoring                                                  7
2.   Core Units                                                                          8
     Core Unit 1 – Personal and Social Education                                         8
     Core Unit 2 – Work Related Education                                              15
     Core Unit 3 – Wales, Europe and the World                                         20
     Core Unit 4 – Essential Skills                                                    26
     Core Unit 5 – Information Literacy and Research Skills                            27
     Options                                                                           28
3.   Assessment                                                                        29
     3.1 Scheme of Assessment                                                          29
     3.2 Aggregation                                                                   29
     3.3 Assessing evidence                                                            29
     3.4 Standardisation                                                               30
     3.5 Quality Assurance of Centre                                                   30
4.   Entry Procedures                                                                  31
5.   External Moderation                                                               32
6.   Awarding and Reporting                                                            33
7.   Access Arrangements                                                               34
8.   Post-Results Services                                                             35


Appendices
A    Mapping of Essential Skills Wales and Wider Key Skills                            36




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1         INTRODUCTION

1.1     Qualification Title and Code
This specification covers the following qualification:
Level 1
600/5975/8 WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 level 1 Diploma (Pilot)

1.2     Rationale

The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) has been developed in
response to the needs of post compulsory education providers to ensure all post-16 Level 1 learners
have an opportunity to access a Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. The Welsh Baccalaureate
Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) may be pursued as a stand-alone qualification where a
learner has no previous Welsh Baccalaureate experience. However, it is particularly designed to
complement and enhance the achievements and experiences of learners who have previously
achieved either the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Foundation Diploma in school. The
qualification will be offered as a two year pilot qualification particularly for post-16 learners who are
pursuing Level 1 qualifications in a College or with a work-based training provider.
The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) falls within the Welsh
Baccalaureate Qualification Framework that also includes the Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot), and
the Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Diplomas. The Framework aims to develop a learning
and assessment programme that promotes inclusion, retention, completion and achievement. It
builds on the learner’s previous education and allows for progression.

Progression routes to and from the Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) within the Welsh Baccalaureate
Qualification Framework are displayed in the following diagram.




      Foundation                                         Post-16 Level 1
       Diploma                                              Diploma
                                                                                                 No
                                                                                              previous
                                                                                                WBQ
      Intermediate                                       Post-16 Level 2
        Diploma                                             Diploma



       Advanced
        Diploma




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The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) has been created to provide
a vehicle for developing knowledge, understanding and skills with a particular focus on employability
– real work and its demands. The qualification will assist learners to develop the mix of attributes,
skills and behaviours required by potential employers. Offering a learning experience that focuses
on the acquisition of knowledge and understanding in relevant and purposeful, work-related
contexts, will develop learners’ confidence, drive and initiative in readiness to enter, succeed, and
progress in the world of work.

The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) also provides learners with
the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of society together with an awareness of
global issues, events and perspectives. Increasing their confidence and skills, the learner will be
empowered to take their place as a responsible and active citizen within a diverse society.

The qualification has been designed to include learning and assessment which will enthuse, engage
and motivate learners in the classroom, the workplace and the wider community. Learners will be
required to consider how the application of their learning may impact on individuals, employers,
society and the environment.




                                                                  PSE – Personal and Social Education
                                                                  WRE – Work Related Education
                                                                  WEW – Wales, Europe and the World


The Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) is based on a Core Programme followed
by all learners alongside Options chosen to meet individual needs. The requirements of both the
Core Programme and Options must be met to achieve the overarching Welsh Baccalaureate
Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot).

A feature of the qualification, is the entitlement for each learner‘s experience and progress to be
enhanced and underpinned by regular tutorial support and mentoring. Each learner is allocated a
Personal Tutor/Mentor and has an entitlement to regular one to one interviews and individual help,
support and guidance.

The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) may be undertaken either
through the medium of English or of Welsh or bilingually.

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1.3      Aims and Objectives
The aims of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) are to:

     provide a broad and balanced range of experiences for post-16 learners in Wales;
     provide a learning programme that is relevant, accessible and deliverable in Colleges, training
      provider centres and the workplace;
     make learning relevant and linked to real life contexts of the workplace;
     widen participation, promote access and encourage completion in education and training;
     provide a wide range of opportunities for personal development and achievement.

The objectives of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) are for
learners to be able to:

     develop knowledge and understanding of the world of work;
     develop a range of skills relevant to the modern workplace;
     develop a greater awareness of what it means to live and work in contemporary Wales, the
      UK, Europe and the world;
     develop as effective, responsible and active citizens in society and at work;
     increase their confidence and their motivation for learning and development;
     work independently, take on responsibilities and work effectively with others;
     progress to level 3 qualifications, further training or employment.

The skills learners can develop through the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1
Diploma (pilot) include:



           WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS                                NON-WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS

     Choosing appropriate formats for written communication          Communicating verbally in different contexts e.g.
      e.g. word processed document, email, report                      discussion, telephone, presentation
     Adopting appropriate writing styles for different               Speaking clearly, logically and confidently
      audiences                                                       Listening and responding effectively to others
     Writing clearly, logically and coherently                       Articulating different views, ideas and perspectives
     Writing in different contexts e.g. to describe, summarise,      Communicating appropriately in different contexts
      analyse, develop an argument                                     e.g. family, place of learning, work place
                                                                      Using appropriate communication behaviours e.g.
                                                                       use of body language, dress, conduct
                                                                      Developing foreign language learning


          PLANNING AND ORGANISING SKILLS                                           TEAMWORK SKILLS

      Managing time and working to deadlines                          Co-operating with a variety of people in different
      Using action planning                                            situations
      Generating ideas and exploring possibilities                    Co-operating with others towards achieving
      Prioritising tasks                                               common goals
      Setting objectives which are achievable and                     Contributing own ideas effectively in a group
       measurable                                                      Taking a share of the responsibility in a group.
      Responding flexibly and positively to changing                  Understanding the needs of others.
       situations e.g. problem solving, decision making                Recognising and respecting qualities of others
                                                                       Recognising and respecting different views and
                                                                        perspectives
                                                                       Supporting and empowering others.




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         INVESTIGATING AND ANALYSING SKILLS                             PERSONAL MANAGEMENT SKILLS

     Researching and investigating issues, problems and             Identifying own achievements, abilities, values
      events                                                          and weaknesses
     Collecting, collating, classifying and summarising data        Managing own learning and performance
     Gathering first hand information                               Working independently
     Storing data using databases and spreadsheets                  Accepting responsibility
     Finding information from a range of sources e.g. the           Taking initiative
      Internet, books, magazines, media                              Demonstrating positive attitudes and behaviours
     Using statistics                                               Demonstrating perseverance and determination
     Presenting results e.g. using text, graphs, tables images      Being flexible and adaptable to changing
     Reading and interpreting graphs and tables                      situations, environments and people
     Evaluating information and evidence to make                    Taking pride in quality of outcome and
      judgements and draw conclusions                                 performance
                                                                     Presenting a strong, professional, positive image
                                                                      to others
                                                                     Demonstrating financial capabilities e.g.
                                                                      managing a limited budget
                                                                     Learning new skills



1.3      Structure of the Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 Diploma

    Unit         Core units                                            Elements
     1        Personal and              1.   Positive Relationships – 5 hours
              Social                    2.   Personal Health and Well-being – 5 hours
              Education                 3.   Managing Money – 5 hours
                                        4.   Education for Sustainable Development and Global
              30 hours                       Citizenship – 5 hours
                                        5.   Community Participation – 10 hours
     2        Work Related              1.   Developing Employability Skills– 30 hours
              Education                 2.   Enterprise Activity - 15 hours
              45 hours
     3        Wales, Europe             1.   Aspects of the world of work – 20 hours
              and the World             2.   Modern Foreign Language – 20 hours
              40 hours
     4        Essential Skills             From the point of Registration, at least 2 ESW/WKS must be
              120 hours                     achieved at a higher level than previously, including at least 2
                                            at level 1 or above.
                                         Application of Number and Communication must be achieved
                                            at level 1, either during this qualification or previously.
     5        Information               Foundation Project Qualification achieved during the Welsh
              Literacy and              Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma
              Research Skills
              60 hours

              A total of 240 GLH or 24 credits or 40% of level 1 threshold taken from a maximum of 2
Options qualifications at level 1 which achieved during the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification
              Post-16 Level 1 Diploma.

              N.B. This is a minimum requirement and does not limit the number of qualifications
              pursued by a learner.




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1.4    Tutorial Support and Mentoring

Individual support and guidance is seen as a key element in the success of learners following a
Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. Every learner who follows the Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16
Level 1 Diploma, must be allocated a Personal Tutor/Mentor. This entitlement must be built into
the delivery model of the centre. How this is organised within a centre depends on internal
arrangements and requirements.

However, the minimum entitlement for each learner is 30 minutes of one-to-one sessions
with a personal tutor/mentor, every 8 weeks.

The Personal Tutor/Mentor should be able to advise the learner on their progress and approach to all
aspects of their Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 programme. They should encourage the learner
through appropriate action planning and target setting, to take more responsibility for their own
learning. They may also advise learners of where to seek additional expert advice, support and
guidance. The Personal Tutor/Mentor may also contribute to and provide valuable support for the
learner and centre, in mapping and tracking progress of the learner.

The one to one sessions provide an opportunity for the learner to be supported in:
                    recognising their strengths;
                    developing their skills;
                    setting realistic and achievable goals;
                    improving their level of achievement;
                    recognising and recording their positive achievements.

It is essential that the Personal Tutor/Mentor has a sound knowledge and understanding of the
requirements of the Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 Diploma, particularly the Essential Skills
Wales/Wider Key Skills and Foundation Project Qualification. This could for example, include advice
and support when planning Community Participation or Work Placement. The Personal
Tutor/Mentor should also support the learner with issues relating to their Options programmes.




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2        CORE UNITS

Core Unit 1                          Personal and Social Education
Level                         1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                  3
Guided learning hours         30

Aim and purpose

This unit focuses on developing knowledge, understanding and skills in Personal and Social
Education.

The Personal and Social Education unit aims to provide opportunities for learners to:

   build on the knowledge, understanding and skills developed previously in the Foundation or
    Intermediate WBQ;
   build on the knowledge, understanding and skills being developed through other courses and
    experiences e.g. GCSE PSE, vocational qualification;
   develop a range of skills necessary to make informed decisions about personal and social
    issues;
   engage with a range of experiences and activities that will promote their personal and social
    well-being, helping them to develop a sense of self-worth and relate effectively to others;
    develop awareness of what it means to be an active and responsible citizen;
    relate to the real world and the wider community.

Unit introduction

Today’s learners need to be aware of the challenges and opportunities they may meet on a
personal level, within the work place, their community and in a global setting. The purpose of the
Personal and Social Education unit is to enable centres to deliver knowledge and skills learners will
need to meet these challenges and maximise these opportunities.

The unit consists of five Elements, each comprising two Key Issues. Learners must complete one
Key Issue from each Element. An element of choice affords learners and centres the opportunity to
focus on issues which are based on real-life scenarios and are considered to be most appropriate.

Community Participation should provide experiences which help learners to understand what it is to
be a citizen and to develop their self-awareness about living and participating effectively and
responsibly in a community.




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The Personal and Social Education unit is structured as follows:

           Element                                        Key Issue
 1. Positive Relationships    1. The value of relationships with colleagues in the workplace
                              OR
                              2. The value of relationships with customers or clients
 2. Personal Health and       1. The importance of good health
    Wellbeing                 OR
                              2. Making best use of leisure time
 3. Managing Money            1. Making best buys purchases
                              OR
                              2. Earnings
 4. Education for             1. Environmental awareness
    Sustainable               OR
    Development and           2. Eco-friendly and Fair-Trade products
    Global Citizenship
 5. Community                 1. Fundraising for a worthy cause
    Participation             OR
                              2. Volunteering


           Positive Relationships is about the necessity to make life go smoothly at work. In
            order to be successful, productive and less stressed, there is a need for positive,
            supportive relationships at work.

           Personal health and wellbeing is about the importance of a positive and healthy
            lifestyle. Maintaining a balanced diet and making the best use of leisure time helps
            people to participate successfully in the workplace.

           Managing money is about helping learners develop knowledge and understanding of
            managing their personal finances.

           Education for sustainable development and global citizenship is about developing
            knowledge and understanding of how everyday actions can influence and effect ethical
            and sustainable worldwide trade.

           Community participation is about helping others and provides learners with
            opportunities to get involved, meet new people and contribute to society.

    Delivery of the key issues can be enhanced by engaging with relevant experts, organisations
    and businesses. Learning programmes should ensure learners’ understanding is based on
    real-life experience and is relevant to learners’ location and context. This could include
    arranging talks by visiting speakers on health issues, financial management or arranging visits
    to leisure facilities, local businesses.




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                                              Element 1: Positive Relationships

This element is 5 guided learning hours and centres should allocate at least this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the
key issues and assess it.

Key Issue 1: The value of relationships with colleagues in the workplace

  Learning Outcomes                            Assessment Criteria                                            Evidence
    The learner will:                            The learner can:
1 Know the value of          1.1   Identify different types of colleagues in a         Present information for employees
  relationships                    specific type of workplace                          e.g.
  between different          1.2   Describe 2 situations when it is important for           power point
  types of colleagues              colleagues to get on well with each other                campaign
  in the workplace                                                                           display
                             1.3   Explain the impact on the workplace if
                                   colleagues do not work well with each other


Key Issue 2: The value of relationships with customers or clients

  Learning Outcomes                           Assessment Criteria                                             Evidence
    The learner will:                           The learner can:
1 Know how to interact       1.1   Outline 3 ways of presenting self positively to     Present information for employees
  with customers and/or            customers/or clients including verbal and non-      e.g.
  clients in different             verbal                                                   power point
  situations                 1.2   Describe 2 different situations in which                 campaign
                                   employees need to interact with customers                 display
                                   and/or clients, identifying acceptable and non-
                                   acceptable behaviour




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                                          Element 2: Personal health and wellbeing

This element is 5 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
issues and assess it.

Key Issue 1: The importance of good health

  Learning outcomes –                         Assessment Criteria –                                              Evidence
     The learner will:                           The learner can:
 1. Know the                 1.1   Identify the main food groups needed by human         Present information e.g.
    importance of                  body for good health                                      fact sheet
    maintaining a            1.2   Outline the importance of a balanced diet to              display
    balanced diet for               good health
    good health              1.3   Identify the features of a poor diet
                             1.4   Identify the effects of a poor diet on health and
                                   fitness
 2. Be able to design        2.1   Produce a personal healthy eating plan                Produce a personal healthy eating plan for a period
    a healthy eating                                                                     of a week.
    plan

Key Issue 2: Making best use of leisure time

 Learning outcomes –                       Assessment Criteria –                                               Evidence
   The learner will:                          The learner can:
1. Know the importance      1.1 Identify different leisure time activities              Present information e.g.
   of making best use of    1.2 State benefits of participating in leisure                  fact sheet
   leisure time                 activities                                                  display

2. Be able to participate   2.1 Participate in leisure activities for at least 3        Present evidence of completed activities with
   in leisure activities        hour-long sessions                                      comments e.g.
                                                                                           visual diary

                                                                                            annotated photos

                                                                                            witness statement

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                                                   Element 3: Managing money

 This element is 5 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
 issues and assess it.

 Key Issue 1: Making best buys purchases

 Learning outcomes –                       Assessment Criteria –                                            Evidence
    The learner will:                         The learner can:
1. Know how to work         1.1 Decide which is the best buy for 3 different        Present information including accurate calculations
   out the best buys            products which can be purchased in at least 3
   for items sold in            different size packs
   different-sized          1.2 Identify why people may choose not to
   packs                        purchase the best buy
2. Be able to cost the      2.1 Plan the food and drink for an event for 10         Cost analysis including correct calculations showing
   food and drink for           people with a budget of £50 by selecting the        all workings
   an event using best          best buys
   buys items

 Key Issue 2: Earnings

  Learning outcomes –                       Assessment Criteria –                                            Evidence
    The learner will:                          The learner can:
1 Know how salaries and      1.1 Demonstrate using calculations how                   Present information including accurate calculations
  wages are calculated            employees might be paid using the following:
  and paid                        wage, salary, basic pay and overtime rates
                             1.2 Identify information included on 2 different pay
                                 slips including gross pay, income tax and net
                                 pay
2. Be able to calculate      2.1 Compare the weekly, monthly and annual              Correct calculations showing all working
   pay for different jobs        earning opportunities for 3 different types of
                                 jobs



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                  Element 4: Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship

This element is 5 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
issues and assess it.

Key Issue 1: Environmental awareness

  Learning outcomes –                       Assessment Criteria –                                            Evidence
    The learner will:                          The learner can:
 1. Be able to               1.1   Design a campaign to raise awareness of a         Present campaign and resources
    produce a                      local environmental issue                         e.g.
    campaign to                                                                            Power point
    promote                  1.2   Produce resources and materials to support a            Display
    environmental                  campaign to raise awareness of a local                  Report
    awareness                      environmental issue                                     Leaflet
                                                                                           Model or other artefact

Key Issue 2: Eco-friendly and Fair-trade products

  Learning outcomes –                      Assessment Criteria –                                             Evidence
     The learner will:                        The learner can:
 1. Be able to produce a     1.1   Design a campaign to raise awareness of local     Present campaign and resources
    campaign to promote            products and/or resources                         e.g.
    the use of local                                                                       Power point
    products and/or          1.2   Produce resources and materials to support a            Display
    resources                      campaign to raise awareness of local
                                   products and/or resources                               Report

                                                                                           Leaflet

                                                                                           Model or other artefact



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                          Element 5: Community Participation

    This element is 10 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
    issues and assess it.

    Key Issue 1: Fundraising for a worthy cause
    The business idea developed in Key Issue 1 of Element 1 - Enterprise Activity from the Unit 2 – WRE can then be put into practice and run
    as the fundraising activity.

    Learning outcomes –                         Assessment Criteria –                                             Evidence
       The learner will:                            The learner can:
1. Know ways charitable          1.1 Identify 3 different methods that charitable         Assessor observation record of fund raising activity
    organisations carry out          organisations use to raise funds                     Presentation with supporting notes including how
    fund raising                                                                          much money was raised
2. Be able to carry out a        2.1 Plan and carry out a fundraising activity for a          oral presentation
   fundraising activity for a        for a named charitable organisation
   named charitable                                                                             wall display
   organisation
                                                                                                annotated photos

                                                                                          Witness statement to confirm fundraising if not seen
                                                                                          by assessor

    Key Issue 2: Volunteering

   Learning outcomes –                         Assessment Criteria –                                              Evidence
      The learner will:                            The learner can:
1. Know ways people can          1.1 Identify 3 different ways people can carry out       Assessor observation record
   carry out volunteering in a       volunteering in a local community                    Presentation with supporting notes
    local community                                                                           oral presentation

2. Be able to volunteer with a   2.1 Carry out volunteering with a local group for at           wall display
   local group                       least a day
                                                                                                annotated photos

                                                                                          Witness statement to confirm volunteering if not
                                                                                          seen by assessor
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Core Unit 2                           Work Related Education
Level                         1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                  5
Guided learning hours         45

Aim and purpose

This unit focuses on the engaging, empowering and equipping of young people with skills for the
world of work and entrepreneurial skills.

The main purposes of the Work Related Education unit are to give learners an insight into the world
of work and to develop entrepreneurial skills and attitudes. Involvement in this unit will give learners
the opportunity to investigate aspects of employment and to reflect on their experiences. Wider
generic skills such as teamwork, problem solving, communication, planning, confidence building and
management will be developed. Experiences in this unit will enable learners to consider and plan
their future in the work place more effectively.

The Work Related Education unit aims to allow learners to:

      better understand the nature of working life by working directly with employers;
      experience realistic and relevant opportunities for using and developing skills in a working
       environment;
      better understand employees’ rights and responsibilities and the importance of following
       correct, safe working practices;
      better understand the scope for future careers and career intentions;
      work with others, and develop more enterprising attitudes and approaches.


Unit introduction

The future for learners could involve setting up a business, working for somebody else or
contributing to the local community. Work related education will develop a positive approach to life
and the world of work for learners, developing confidence, drive and initiative.

This unit will enable learners to engage in developing the skills required for the world of work and in
planning and running an enterprise business. By empowering learners with entrepreneurial skills
they will be more effectively equipped for the world of work.

The Work Related Education unit consists of two Elements, each comprising two Key Issues.
Learners must complete one Key Issue from each Element. These Key Issues have been developed
to meet the curriculum needs and interests of post-16 learners. An element of choice enables
learners and centres to focus on issues considered to be most appropriate.




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The Work Related Education unit is structured as follows:

            Element                                         Key Issue

 1. Develop Employability      1. Prepare for employment
    Skills


 2. Enterprise Activity        1. Develop a business idea for a team enterprise activity
                               OR
                               2. Run a small team enterprise activity



            Developing Employability Skills is about gaining an insight into the world of work.
             Learners will develop knowledge and understanding of the workplace including
             preparing for employment or carrying out a work placement.



            Enterprise Activity is about developing their enterprise skills by contributing to a team
             enterprise activity. Learners will develop knowledge and understanding of setting up and
             running a small business.



    Delivery of the key issues can be enhanced by support from local businesses. This could
    include private sector companies that have a commercial interest, for example those involved in
    Welsh Government enterprise zones. This can ensure that learners’ develop understanding
    based on real-life experience, relevant to their location and context.



   Arranging visits to workplaces, for example those arranged as part of the learners’ main
   programme of study (in nurseries, salons, engineering companies, tourist offices etc) can also
   enhance the learners experience as can talks from careers advisors and employers.




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                                      Element 1: Developing employability skills


This element is 30 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
issues and assess it.

Key Issue 1: Preparing for employment


   Learning outcomes –                    Assessment Criteria –                                        Evidence
     The learner will:                        The learner can:
 1. Be able to apply for an   1.1 Identify own skills, qualities, experiences    A straightforward, accurate word processed c.v.
    employment or training         and qualifications for a specific job
    opportunity                    opportunity
                              1.2 Communicate information through                Completed application form which is correct and
                                   completing an application form for a          legible
                                   specific job opportunity
 2. Be able to conduct        2.1 Present themselves appropriately and           Assessor observation record including comments
    themselves in an              take part in an interview                      on performance
    interview situation
 3. Be able to complete       3.1 Carry out a work placement of at least 25      Employer witness statement
    a work placement              hours                                          Assessor observation record




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                                               Element 2: Enterprise Activity

 This element is 15 guided learning hours and centres should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
 issues and assess it.


    Key Issue 1: Develop a business idea for a team enterprise activity
    Key Issue 1 can be delivered in conjunction with Community Participation Key Issue 1 – Fundraising for a worthy cause


   Learning outcomes –                      Assessment Criteria –                                         Evidence
     The learner will:                         The learner can:
1. Know how to develop a       1.1   Produce a business plan for a team             Copy of team Business Plan which clearly
   business idea for a team          enterprise activity                            identifies the contribution of each member of the
   enterprise activity                                                              team – maximum 6.
                                                                                    The Business Plan must include:
                                                                                        The business idea of the enterprise activity
                                                                                        Roles and responsibilities of team members
                                                                                        Minutes of meetings
                                                                                        Market research
                                                                                        Potential customers
                                                                                        Resources and equipment required
                                                                                        Breakdown of costs
                                                                                        Marketing material
2. Be able to present a        2.1   Carry out a 10 minute presentation of a         Copy of presentation and supporting material.
   business idea to a panel          business idea with a minimum of 1 minutes       Observation record completed by assessor
                                     from each member of the team to a panel of
                                     at least 2 people




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 Key Issue 2: Run a small team enterprise activity

   Learning outcomes –                     Assessment Criteria –                                          Evidence
     The learner will:                         The learner can:
1. Be able to set up a        1.1   Outline choice of an enterprise activity, the    Plan of setting up an enterprise activity
   small team enterprise            potential customers and the costs involved.
   activity

2. Be able to run a small     2.1   Prepare resources and carry out a small          Assessor observation record including
   team enterprise activity         enterprise activity                              comments on performance of running activity

3. Be able to review the      3.1   Carry out a 5 minute presentation with a         Assessor observation record of presentation
   running of a small team          minimum of 1 minutes from each member            Copy of support material
   enterprise activity              of the team reviewing the success of
                                    running a small enterprise activity




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Core Unit 3                          Wales, Europe and the World
Level                         1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                  4
Guided learning hours         40

Aim and purpose

Wales is increasingly enhanced by people from different countries, cultures and religions, and who
speak languages other than English and Welsh. This unit focuses on providing opportunities for
learners to explore, compare and contrast their own values and lifestyles with those of UK, Europe
and the wider world. Learners will be able to study aspects of the media, politics and economy of
Wales and other countries and learn what it means to be a responsible, active and global citizen.
It aims to:
 build upon the learner’s knowledge and understanding and experiences of Wales, Europe and
     the world;
 help learners to be better informed about what it means to live in Wales, the UK, Europe and
     the world;
 encourage learners to demonstrate progression in learning languages from other parts of
     Europe or the world.
 provide opportunities for learners to acquire and practise a range of skills through practical and
     ‘hands on’ experiences.

Unit introduction

The opportunities and experiences in this unit will equip learners with knowledge, understanding
and skills which will enable them to become responsible and active citizens better prepared to
participate in society and the workplace in Wales or elsewhere in the world.

The unit enables learners to study key aspects of the economy and employment in Wales, and
other countries. Learners will encounter issues which have a direct impact on future careers and
lives. With rising youth unemployment a global issue it is important that learners understand what
employment opportunities are available to them locally, nationally and worldwide.

The unit provides an opportunity to learn more about the media and the key role it plays in the lives
of people in modern Wales, Europe and the world. The media links people from all corners of the
world. It is the vehicle which can; inform and educate people about current events and issues, allow
people to express their opinions, views and impressions of the world around them, and attract and
persuade people to buy a product whether an idea, a method, information, goods or services.

Learners will have the opportunity to learn more about what it means to live and work in a multi-
cultural society. A greater knowledge and understanding of the diversity and the importance of
tolerance, mutual respect and understanding between peoples of different backgrounds, creeds
and cultures.

Many businesses in Wales have global links and it is important for employment opportunities that
learners develop their modern language skills. The CBI has stated that "Companies will need many
more people with strong language skills to help them enter new markets like China in the future."




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The Wales, Europe and the world unit is structured as follows:

           Element                                          Key Issue

  1. Living and working        1. Job markets
     around the world          and one from the following two:
                               2. The influence of the media on modern life
                               OR
                               3. Cultural diversity
  2. Modern foreign            1. Develop skills in modern foreign language learning
     language



         Job markets focuses on developing learners knowledge and understanding of different
          jobs in a vocational sector and their requirements, also opportunities in Wales and
          further afield for these jobs.

         The Influence of the Media on Modern Life focuses on how the media promotes
          celebrities and investigate how lifestyles are influenced by celebrities.

         Cultural diversity is about developing knowledge and understanding of the cultures of
          ethnic minority groups in Wales. Learners will explore similarities and differences
          between their own and other cultures.

         Modern Foreign Language is about improving language learning. It will provide
          valuable knowledge, understanding and skills which may in the future be exploited in the
          workplace or living in other countries.

    Delivery of the key issue can be enhanced by support from local businesses and people with
    experience of other countries. This can ensure learners’ understanding is based on real-life
    experience and is relevant to learners’ location and context.




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                                      Element 1: Living and working around the world

     Key Issue 1: Job markets

     This Key Issue is 10 guided learning hours and is compulsory. The centre should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to
     deliver and assess it.

        Learning outcomes –                        Assessment Criteria –                                         Evidence
           The learner will:                          The learner can:
1.     Know employment                1.1   Describe positive and negative features of     A media news report
       opportunities available in a         the current employment situation in a local    e.g.
       local area                           area                                                 TV
                                                                                                 Radio
2. Know about the key features        2.1 Describe types of jobs available in a                  Newspaper
   of different jobs within a              vocational sector including:                          magazine
   vocational sector                         main purpose
                                             main skills required
                                             main qualifications required
                                      2.2 Compare employment opportunities within
                                          a vocational sector: local, national and
                                          global




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Select only one of the following two Key Issues

Key Issue 2: The influence of the media in modern life

This Key Issue is 10 guided learning hours and centre should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver and assess it.

    Learning outcomes –                        Assessment Criteria –                                         Evidence
      The learner will:                            The learner can:
 1. Understand how media           1.1 Explain the ‘cult of celebrity’                 Present information
    promotion of celebrity         1.2 Describe how the media portrays 3               e.g.
    culture influences people          different celebrities in a positive and               Power point
                                       negative way                                          Display
                                   1.3 Describe positive and negative impact                 Report
                                       of celebrity culture on people including:
                                           spending habits

                                               health

                                               social awareness

                                              attitude toward relationships

                                              self-image




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Key Issue 3: Cultural diversity

This Key Issue is 10 guided learning hours and centre should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver and assess it.

    Learning outcomes –                         Assessment Criteria –                                         Evidence
      The learner will:                            The learner can:
 1. Understand differences         1.1   Describe distinct features of the culture of   Present comparison e.g.
    and similarities between             3 ethnic minority groups living in Wales           Power point
    people from different          1.2    Describe differences and similarities             Display
    countries and diverse                 between Welsh culture and those of 3              Video clip
    cultures living in Wales.            ethnic minority groups living in Wales             Report
                                         including:
                                            Music

                                              Cultural events

                                              TV and film

                                              Clothes

                                              Religion

                                              Food




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                                           Element 2: Modern foreign language


This element is 20 guided learning hours and centre should allocate this amount of time within the timetable to deliver one of the key
issues and assess it.

Key Issue 1 – Modern foreign language

      Learning outcomes –                       Assessment Criteria –                                           Evidence
         The learner will:                         The learner can:
    1. Be able to develop skills   1.1   Carry out modern foreign language learning        Achievement of modern foreign language
       in a modern foreign               and demonstrate progression in language           qualification(s) or at least 2 credits
       language                          skills                                            OR
                                                                                           Assessor observation record



Key Issue 2 – Welsh language in the workplace

      Learning outcomes –                        Assessment Criteria –                                          Evidence
         The learner will:                           The learner can:
    1. Be able to develop skills   1.1    Carry out learning and demonstrate               Achievement of Welsh for the workplace
       in using the Welsh                progression in the use of the Welsh               qualification(s) or at least 2 credits
       language for a                    language to communicate effectively with          OR
       workplace                         colleagues and customers in the workplace         Assessor observation record




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Core Unit 4                                   Essential Skills
Level                          1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                   12
Guided learning hours          120


Aim and purpose

In a global economy, an investment in skills is vital to the future success of individuals, businesses,
and communities in Wales. Acquiring skills and getting a job are two of the most powerful ways in
which individuals from all backgrounds can transform their life chances. Skills will make the biggest
difference to the prosperity of Wales when they are used effectively in the workplace.

 Empowering people to improve their skills, particularly numeracy and literacy, will make a powerful
contribution to society. Skills are essential for social inclusion, the cohesion and regeneration of our
communities.

The Welsh Baccalaureate Core and Options provide a context in which candidates can develop
appropriate skills and collect evidence to meet the requirements of Essential Skills Wales/Wider
Key Skills specifications.

The development of skills at level 1 will help learners to develop the basic techniques and
recognise their ability to apply these skills in meeting given purposes in routine situations.

Unit introduction

This unit enables learners to progress in their development of all 6 ESW/Wider Key Skills, building
on previous experiences and achievement, particularly in numeracy and literacy. The requirements
ensure that learners demonstrate progression by achieving at least 2 ESW/Key Skills at levels
higher than previously achieved. It is important to note that all learners who complete the Welsh
Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 Diploma must have achieved at least level 1 in Application of
Number and Communication.

Minimum
    The minimum level of achievement must be at least two ESW/Wider Key Skills at level 1
      achieved whilst studying the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 level 1 Diploma.

Progression Examples

       Previous achievement of                   Achievement required during course
                ESW/WKS
     2 at level 1 but not AON or        AON and Communication at level 1
     Communications
     4 at level 1 including AON         Communication at level 1 and one other at level 1 or 2
     5 at level 1                       Other one at level 1 and one at level 2
     6 at level 1                       2 wider Key Skills at level 2

    *   Full details of standards and guidance are available from awarding organisations.




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Core Unit 5                     Information Literacy and Research Skills
Level                           1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                    6
Guided learning hours           60

Aim and purpose

The development of information literacy and research skills is valuable for both life and work. We
live in an information rich society. The ability to acquire and handle information is at the core of
lifelong learning. If learners are to be prepared for the ‘real world’ they need to be equipped with the
information skills they need to make the right decisions in their lives and the work place.

Learners will be encouraged to find, comprehend, analyse, communicate, and use information to
solve problems, work creatively and make decisions. Learners will be encouraged to work
independently and cooperatively.

The unit aims to develop:

       Investigative research skills
       Information literacy skills
       Digital literacy skills
       Visual literacy skills – presentational skills


Unit introduction

To meet the requirements of this unit, learners must achieve the Foundation Project Qualification.

The Foundation Project Qualification provides learners with an opportunity to carry out an
independent study whilst being supported by a personal tutor. A teaching and learning programme
must be provided, which will empower the learner with the knowledge, understanding and skills
required for success.

The development of Information literacy and research skills are essential to success in the
Foundation Project qualification. The wide range of possibilities on which the Foundation Project
can be based provide opportunities for learners to enhance the knowledge, understanding and
skills developed through their Options programmes. Learners should be encouraged to focus their
Foundation Project on the world of work e.g.

       A catering learner - design and produce a simple three course menu.
       A sports learner - design a keep fit programme.
       A hair and beauty learner – design and produce nail art for a wedding.
       A child care learner – design a toy for under 2 year old.
       A travel and tourism learner – create a tourist guide.
       A carpentry learner – design and create a piece of furniture.
       A land based learner – design a flower bed with a specific theme.

*   Full details of specification and guidance are available from awarding organisations.




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                                             Options
Level                         1
code
WJEC unit entry code
Credit value                  24
Guided learning hours         240

Aim and purpose
The Options consist of those vocational or academic programmes chosen by the candidate to study
alongside the Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 level 1 Certificate.

To complete the Options learners must achieve a total of 240 GLH, 24 credits or 40% of level 1
threshold taken from at most 2 qualifications at Level 1.


*   Full details of specification and guidance are available from awarding organisations.




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3          ASSESSMENT

3.1      Scheme of Assessment
WJEC will assess units 1, 2 and 3 and aggregate achievements in units 4, 5 and the Options with
Awarding Organisations.

Units 1, 2 and 3

Centres should enable learners to produce a portfolio of evidence which illustrates the
development of relevant knowledge, understanding and skills. The purpose of assessment is to
ensure that effective learning has taken place in order to give learners the opportunity to satisfy the
assessment criteria and achieve the learning outcomes within the units. Learners must produce a
portfolio of evidence which meets the requirements of the assessment criteria for all the Elements
within units 1, 2 and 3. The portfolio will demonstrate learning outcomes for the three units have
been satisfied. The portfolio will be assessed on a Pass/Fail basis.

The Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) units are internally assessed
and externally moderated. The following principles apply to the assessment of the units:
     Summative assessment of each unit only;
     All assessment criteria must be met as specified, for the learning outcomes of each unit to be
      achieved.

3.2      Aggregation

The WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) will be assessed
on a Pass/Fail basis. To achieve a Pass all of the requirements of the 5 units and the Options must
be met.

3.3      Assessing evidence

Each centre must appoint a Lead Assessor and an appropriate number of other assessors to carry
out the internal assessment of units 1, 2 and 3. WJEC will provide training for Lead Assessors and
Assessors. Assessor support material, including sample documentation, will also be made
available.
Assessment of evidence must be made against the assessment criteria given in this specification.
Assessment should only be undertaken by assessors with appropriate expertise.
The assessor is responsible for ensuring that:
     they are clear about the requirements of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria
      statements prior to commencing
     evidence presented for assessment is authentic
     assessment decisions are accurately recorded
     written evidence is appropriately annotated showing how it relates to the assessment criteria
     observation records contain sufficient detail for objective corroboration of decisions




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3.4      Standardisation

Centres are expected to standardise assessment decisions. This is the process by which centres
ensure that all learners are judged to the same standard across different assessors, teaching
groups and from year to year. Evidence of standardisation should be submitted with learner
evidence.
The role of the Lead Assessor is to:
     document all activities;
     ensure that the tasks presented to learners are fit for purpose;
     ensure all assessors have appropriate documentation in place to support fair and valid
      assessment decisions;
     sample assessment judgements at appropriate times to ensure all assessors in the centre are
      correctly and consistently applying the assessment criteria;
     provide feedback to assessors;
     provide support to assessors on interpretation of assessment criteria;
WJEC will provide ‘Centre Guidelines’ for guidance on establishing internal moderation procedures.


3.5      Quality Assurance of Centre

Centres that have not previously offered Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 qualifications will first need
to apply for, and be granted, centre approval before they can offer the qualifications.
Centres will be allowed ‘accelerated approval’ for a new qualification where the centre already
has approval for a qualification that is being replaced.




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4        ENTRY PROCEDURES

Registration
Registration marks the starting date that learners can begin accumulating evidence to achieve the
Welsh Baccalaureate Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot). All learners who begin the course in
September 2012 must be registered by October 15th 2012 and similarly for 2013 by October 15th.
Qualification entry
WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1 Diploma (pilot) will be available for
certification in June 2013 and June 2014.
Learners can be entered for the qualification when they have completed all the learning outcomes
and assessment criteria for units 1, 2 and 3 together with requirements of Units 4 and 5 and the
Options. Entries can be made at any time between February and May for the June certification.
The entry code will also trigger aggregation (cash-in) of the qualification.




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5        EXTERNAL MODERATION

The consistency of assessment practices and decisions across centres will be assured through the
external moderation of a sample of work.
External moderation will be carried out in the centre. Where learners are entered, WJEC will identify
the candidates who are to be submitted in the sample for external moderation. The sample size will
be according to the table below.


                                Total number of             Sample size
                                  candidates
                                     1 – 10                       All
                                    11 - 100                      10
                                   101 - 200                      15
                                   201 - 300                      25
                                      301+                        25

Centres must retain the portfolios of all learners, except those chosen in the moderation
sampling process, for a period of two months. These portfolios must be available to WJEC if
requested.
Centres should submit a sample that includes:
   an assessment sheet completed and signed by the assessor to confirm the assessment
   a declaration sheet signed by learner confirming the authenticity of the evidence presented
   all evidence produced by learners in completion of the assessment annotated appropriately by
    the assessor
Moderators will review all evidence presented to ensure standards are aligned. Evidence will be
judged against the assessment criteria and the following:
   Annotation – is the evidence produced by learners appropriately annotated, including the detail
    and clarity in evidence produced by the assessor?
   Authentication – is it clear that the evidence submitted was authentically produced by the
    learner?
   Standardisation – is there evidence of effective standardisation/internal quality assurance within
    the centre?
Timetable
Samples of work must be submitted for external moderation by WJEC deadline date. Centres will
need to ensure that internal submission dates are set sufficiently in advance of this to allow for
authentication, assessment and standardisation.
Feedback
The outcome of moderation will be to either accept or amend a centre’s assessment decisions.
Feedback will be provided through a Centre Moderator’s Report which will include guidance on any
required actions needed before re-submission.
A Principal Moderator’s report will be provided annually.




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6        AWARDING AND REPORTING
Awarding and reporting of results for WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification Post-16 Level 1
Diploma (pilot) will take place in August each year.
A Qualification Certificate, will confirm the title and level of the qualification achieved where the
cash-in code has been activated.




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7        ACCESS and SPECIAL CONSIDERATION
This specification has been designed to offer fair access for all and to minimise the need to make
reasonable adjustments for learners who have particular requirements. It is expected that, normally,
individual learners’ abilities, interests and needs will be appropriately catered for by centres through
the choice of key issues and qualifications available.

If there are any queries about the use of this flexibility inherent in the specification to meet learners’
needs, or about the use of reasonable adjustments, centres should contact WJEC.

Exceptionally, if a centre wishes to request that a learner receives special consideration; procedures
will follow those outlined in Section E of the JCQ publication, Access Arrangements, Reasonable
Adjustments and Special Consideration.




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8        POST-RESULTS SERVICE
If a centre wishes to query the outcome of the moderation process, this must be done formally by
the head of the centre notifying WJEC within 21 days of the publication of results.

The sample of work submitted for moderation will be reviewed by a moderator not involved in the
original process, and the centre informed of the outcome.

Should the centre not be satisfied with the outcome of the review, there is provision for an appeal to
WJEC.




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Appendix A – Essential Skills Wales/Wider Key Skills Mapping

The elements and key issues of Units 1, 2 and 3 together with the Foundation Project
provide many opportunities to integrate the six skills and be more meaningful for learners.


 Essential Skills Wales                        POSSIBLE CONTEXT


 Communication            Unit 1 Personal and Social Education
                                Discussion on balanced diet for good health.
                                Discussion on eco-friendly and fair-trade products
                          Unit 2 Work Related Education
                                Leaflet on an aspect of health and safety in the work
                                 place.
                              Produce c.v.
                          Unit 3 Wales, Europe and the World
                              Review of advertising campaigns
                              Presentation of cultures around the world
                          Unit 5 Foundation Project
                                 Written outcome and presentation


 Application of Number    Unit 1   Personal and Social Education
                                  Measuring pulse rates before and after exercise.
                                  Costs of making a retail purchase
                                  Costs involved in fund raising
                          Unit 2   Work Related Education
                                  Costs involved in enterprise activity
                          Unit 3   Wales, Europe and the World
                                  Calculations of salaries.
                          Unit 5   Foundation Project
                                  Handling data, scale drawing


 ICT                      Unit 1 Personal and Social Education
                              Produce healthy eating plan
                              Create promotion material for eco-friendly and fair-
                                 trade products
                          Unit 2 Work Related Education
                              Produce a business plan/presentation
                              Produce marketing material
                              Produce c.v.
                          Unit 3 Wales, Europe and the World
                              Leaflet on job opportunities
                              Leaflet on cultures
                          Unit 5 Foundation Project
                              Final outcome




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  Wider Key Skills                     Possible Units and Elements


Working With Others   Unit 1   Personal and Social Education
                              Community Participation.
                      Unit 2   Work Related Education
                              Team Enterprise Activity.


Problem Solving       Unit 1  Personal and Social Education
                            Design personal health plan
                            Plan a retail purchase
                            Produce a campaign to promote sustainable
                             development
                          Plan a fundraising activity
                      Unit 2 Work Related Education
                          Plan and take part in an interview
                      Unit 5 Foundation Project
                          Plan, do, review outcome


Improving Own         Unit 3 Wales, Europe and the World
Learning and              Modern foreign language
Performance           Unit 5 Foundation Project
                          Many aspects of research – using questionnaires,
                             presenting information




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