Focus Awards Level 2 Diploma in Playwork (NVQ) (RQF)
(QRN – 601/8022/5)
The Focus Awards Level 2 Diploma in Playwork (NVQ) (RCF) is aimed at those learners already working in a play setting.
The purpose of the Focus Awards Level 2 Diploma in Playwork (NVQ) (RCF) is to develop the knowledge and skills of learners to competently carry out the role of a playworker. Learners will acquire the knowledge and understanding of the principles of playwork and ways to support children and young people’s play. The qualification also covers areas such as promoting positive behaviour/communication/health, safety and wellbeing.
The learner must achieve all 45 credits from the 12 mandatory units in Group A and a minimum of 16 credits from the optional units in Group B.
Leaner Entry Requirements
Learners should be competent in literacy and numeracy to help with elements of communication. This is at the discretion of the centre as they may decide to use diagnostic testing methods to ascertain how they can support learners.
Learners wishing to progress from this qualification can undertake the following qualifications:
- Focus Awards Level 3 Diploma in Playwork (RCF)
Learners should be 16 (minimum) to undertake this qualification.
This qualification is available in England and Northern Ireland.
To view the Qualification Specification please click here.
|Unit Title||Unit Ref||Level||GLH||Credit|
|Understand How to Safeguard the Wellbeing of Children and Young People||Y/601/1695||3||25||3|
|Understand How to Support Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People||M/601/1699||3||25||3|
|Understand Children and Young People’s Self-Directed Play||L/602/1799||3||35||5|
|Understand Relationships in the Play Environment||A/602/1801||3||20||3|
|Understand Health, Safety and Security in the Play Environment||F/602/1802||3||15||2|
|Understand How to Plan for and Support Children and Young People’s Self-Directed Play||J/602/1803||3||40||5|
|Contribute to an organisational framework that reflects the needs and protects the rights of children and young people||L/602/1804||3||30||4|
|Develop and maintain a healthy, safe and secure play environment for children and young people||R/602/1805||3||25||3|
|Develop and promote positive relationships in a play environment||Y/602/1806||3||22||3|
|Plan for and support children and young people’s self-directed play||D/602/1807||3||30||4|
|Understand Playwork Principles||J/602/1798||3||35||4|
|Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings||A/601/1429||3||10||3|
|Work with colleagues in a playwork team||J/602/1834||3||65||10|
|Engage with parents, carers and families in a play environment||L/602/1835||3||65||10|
|Administer playwork provision||R/602/1836||3||60||8|
|Inclusive play, working with disabled children and young people||Y/602/1837||4||79||11|
|Promote own organisation in the community||D/602/1838||3||85||13|
|Contribute to evaluating, developing and promoting services||H/602/1839||4||85||11|
|Organise and supervise travel||Y/602/1840||3||45||7|
|Manage a budget||D/602/1841||3||85||11|
|Recruit, select and keep colleagues||H/602/1842||5||85||12|
|Provide learning opportunities for colleagues||K/602/1843||4||85||11|
|Allocate and monitor the progress and quality of work in own area of responsibility||M/602/1844||4||95||14|