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RPL - ASA Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) - March 2017

L1 - Learn to Swim
  • Sport
    Teaching Swimming
  • Start Date
    31.03.2017
  • Closing date for applications
    30.03.2017
  • Tutors
    Blended Learner
  • Available Places
    19
  • Price
    £335.00
Prerequisites

You must be at least 16 years of age at the start of the course.

Essential Criteria of learner's applying for RPL:   

  • You will need to have taught in the last 3 months on a regular basis.
  • You must be teaching a minimum of 1 hour a week.
  • You must have a good level of English written and verbal communication skills.
  • You must have knowledge of teaching best practises and have the capacity to meet ALL deadlines set within the RPL programme
  • You MUST be able to provide video footage of you teaching/coaching to the correct level and type of swimmers for the qualification undertaken. You must be visible in the video and the assessor must be able to hear you clearly in the sessions you record. This part of the programme links to the practical syllabus criteria so the video must be suitable for the assessor to make an assessment decision against the learning outcomes.

In order to ensure you meet the requirements of RPL, please check your required syllabi here.

System requirements for online learning - if you are unable to access a computer please contact RPL@swimming.org;

  • Laptop or PC with Windows XP or higher Mac with OSX 10 or higher
  • Adobe Flash Player installed
  • Our recommended browsers are Google Chrome or Firefox when using PebblePad
  • An internet connection is required to complete this course
  • We currently do not support tablets.

You must be at least 16 years of age at the start of the course.

Units

ASA Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching)

Details

This is an assessment only route to an ASA qualification. There is no tutor-led or assessor support. Bookings will close on 30th March 2017.

Before booking onto this assessment you MUST have met the pre requisites.

No refund will be issued if this is not the correct programme for you. Please refer to the terms and conditions found here.

Please query any pre-requisite qualifications with RPL@swimming.org PRIOR to booking if you are unsure.

You MUST have permission obtained prior to your assessment to undertake video filming of your teaching delivery.

You MUST ensure you undertake the mandatory section of your online workbook within the FIRST WEEK of your assessment start date.

You will have a maximum of 4 weeks to upload all of your evidence.

For further information and in-depth guidance please see the learner journey here

Description

RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) is “A method of assessment that considers whether a learner can demonstrate that they can meet the assessment requirements for a unit through knowledge, understanding or skills they already posses and do not need to develop through a course of learning” .

It is one of many delivery methods to achieve your ASA Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification.

In simple terms it is a programme which assesses you against the current ASA qualifications taking into account previous qualifications and teaching/coaching experience.

If you have any queries regarding RPL please contact the team on RPL@swimming.org.

Assessment

Format and process: Applicants are required to complete all e-learning / theory questions and these MUST be completed ahead of your practical assessment and within the time-frame specified by your allocated assessor. Failure to do so will incur additional costs or result in you being deemed as ‘Not Yet Competent’ which will lead to alternative options being provided to you.

Assessment: A dedicated Assessor will be linked to you and will review evidence submitted against the ASA qualification criteria. You will complete a set of theory questions to show knowledge and understanding, and you will then be required to submit two videos showing your ability to assist in and out of the water. If there are any outstanding criteria you may also have a Professional Discussion with your assessor.

Final assessment decisions remain with the assessor but are open to both internal and external verification as part of the IoS quality procedures.

To complete the RPL process you will be given 4 weeks to send through all of the evidence needed to gain your qualifications.

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Qualifications

This course provides all units for the following qualification:

ASA Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching)

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Venue
Online Learning
Address
Online Learning LE113QF
Region
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