Single SVQ units can be undertaken as CPD for example, Moving and Positioning, Administration of Medicine, Personal Care – See Training for practitioners
Choosing your SVQ
- What are SVQs?
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Vocational training specific to the job role ensuring the worker is competent in the skills required...Read More
- Which SVQ is right for you?
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The level of SVQ appropriate for you is based on your job role and level of responsibility...Read More
- How is an SVQ structured?
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All Social Services and Healthcare awards are constructed of mandatory units and optional units...Read More
- How is an SVQ Achieved?
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The candidate is required to provide evidence of their knowledge and competence...Read More
- Choosing an SVQ Provider
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'Choosing an SVQ' provider explains the meaning of Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) and who can provide SVQs.Read More
- Apply to undertake SVQ
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Complete an application form and send it to ARC Scotland, ensure your employer knows you are doing this...Read More
- Other Options
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Single SVQ units can be undertaken as Continuing Professional Development...Read More
- What are SVQs?
What people say …
Medication Training – I have learned a lot today, this has increased my knowledge and given me a better awareness of the accountability that I have in my job. Most enjoyable.
Person Centred Planning – Excellent course and delivery. Trainer is very easy to understand and made the content very enjoyable. Trainer has infectious enthusiasm.
I have better understanding of policies and procedures. It was wonderful experience doing SVQ3 and it was great pleasure to work with my assessor. I am very happy with outcome.
“I have managed to encourage and support a service user to go on a bus independently which has totally changed their life for the better. Most rewarding part of my career so far.”
A very rewarding experience which made me want to learn more. Assessor was excellent, explained everything clearly in easy to understand terms when some questions appeard complicated. Doing my award has made me much more informative to others. I have gained skills, knowledge and awareness of procedures, protocols and practice.
The course ‘Handling Medication in Social Care settings’ was very interesting, beneficial and thorough. It was one of the best courses I have been on.
This was the most difficult, intense and exhausting qualification I have ever undertaken. My assessor was brilliant in explaining what was required of me. He reassured me when I was struggling to push on. He got the best out of me. The measure of a good assessor is one who can encourage you to go a little bit further in thought, detail and boost morale. The best there is.
I appreciate all the help I received from ARC, for their patience and guidance to get me through my award. Thank you.
My assessor should be given great praise as I was very reluctant to do this award as education was not something I enjoyed. His constant help, skills and obvious talent and love of what he does has earned him my and everyone I spoke to the utmost respect and admiration.
I could not have asked for a better tutor. He really made me think about the components of the course and I feel that I have really achieved a very worthwhile qualification thanks to him. It has been a pleasure to work with my tutor.
Medication Training – I found the training very informative and learned a lot from this. Enjoyed the powerpoint and was very well presented.
Thank you to ARC Scotland for putting me through this award.
Thanks for all the support I was given. It gave me more confidence in my own ability.
Medication Training – Very relaxed but very informative.
Medication Training - All information was relevant and trainer was great! Very enthusiastic and kept us interested despite the heat. Great Trainer!
I was impressed by the style of training. The lecturer was easy to understand.
The support from ARC Scotland was very good – thank you.
My assessor was incredibly supportive and her enthusiasm and enjoyment of her role made it a throughly enjoyable and educational experience. She is an assett to your organisation.
I was supported really well considering the distance that my assessor had to travel to meet up. My assessor explained everything to me in a way I could understand. It has been a while since I did any exam type work and she always made me feel very capable and always had praise for my work. It will help with all aspects of my work and give me more understanding to paper work systems and rules and regulations.
Personal Care Training – Good. Professionally conveyed in a knowledgeable, relaxed manner.
I have worked with Debbie and her team over the past year., their professional yet approachable and flexible manner has made it easy to establish a good working relatinship very quickly. Our SVQ candidates are making good progress and any issues that arise are dealt with efficiently and professionally.Caroline King, Operations Manager, Learning and DevelopmentCarr Gomm
Personal Care Training – Excellently delivered training, punctuated with relevant stories that helped me to absorb the content. Trainer made this fun which kept my attention.
Medication Training – I thoroughly enjoyed this course as Trainer made it FUN!! I would look forward to any training with him in the future. I really learned from this course today, thanks to Trainer.
It has given me much more information on how to care for individuals in the correct manner in line with codes of practice promoting their independence and dignity.
I feel more equipped in my role and have a lot more knowledge. My experience was positive and felt ARC were very professional.