All our qualifications – and indeed all accredited qualifications – have a Level. This Level is a guide to the overall difficulty of the units it contains. It also indicates what you will have to know, understand or be able to do to pass the qualification.
These qualifications are suitable if you are working or will be working unsupervised. They will either qualify you as a assessor or support you in preparing for an assessor role.
At Level 3 you should be able to use your knowledge, skills and judgement to initiate and complete semi-complex tasks and procedures (within limits). This includes being able to address problems with a level of independence. You also need to be aware of different viewpoints or approaches within your area of study or work.
More information for Centres can be found in the How to Guide....