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NCFE is a national Awarding Organisation, passionate about designing, developing and certificating diverse, nationally recognised qualifications and awards. These qualifications contribute to the success of millions of learners at all levels, bringing them closer to fulfilling their personal goals. Last year alone, over 340,000 learners from over 2,000 colleges, schools and training organisations chose NCFE as the Awarding Organisation to help them move their careers forward.

NCFE is a national Awarding Organisation, passionate about designing, developing and certificating diverse, nationally recognised qualifications and awards. These qualifications contribute to the success of millions of learners at all levels, bringing them closer to fulfilling their personal goals. Last year alone, over 340,000 learners from over 2,000 colleges, schools and training organisations chose NCFE as the Awarding Organisation to help them move their careers forward.
NCFE PSHE Resource - Sexual Health Awareness session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Sexual Health Awareness session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session To raise your awareness of sexual health and relationship issues and develop your understanding of contraception and sexually transmitted infections Learning objectives of the sessions By the end of this session, you must be able to: •Outline what is meant by ‘friendships,’ ‘relationships,’ and ‘intimacy’ •State why most people want close relationships •Identify different types of sexual health and relationship concerns •Outline risky sexual behaviours •Give reasons why a person may want to delay having a sexual relationship •Define what ‘confidential’ means in reference to sexual health and relationships You should be able to: •Give examples of sexually transmitted infections You could be able to: •Research current legislation about sex and relationships
NCFE PSHE Resource - Mental Health Awareness Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Mental Health Awareness Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session The session aims are: to recognize mental good and ill health and the causes of mental distress. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session, you must be able to: •Outline what is meant by mental health and mental ill-health. •State what mental health problems might be and what can lead to these. •Identify some possible signs and symptoms of mental health issues. •Explain why talking can often help with these issues. •Select ways to promote positive mental health. You should be able to: •Identify causes of mental distress. You could be able to: •Devise a mnemonic, poem or poster promoting openness in talking about mental health issues.
NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 3  600/1219/5
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NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 3 600/1219/5

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This qualification is suitable for learners aged 14 and above. The NCFE Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 3 is an ideal qualification for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in Mathematics in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life. It is suitable for a wide range of individuals and is fundamental to the successful completion of various wider qualifications and frameworks, such as Foundation Learning. To complement and support the delivery of the Maths functional skills qualifications, NCFE has produced a full suite of over 200 resources for entry level 1 through to level 2 learners. Each level has its own set of bespoke resources, including learner checklists, learner activity question and answer work sheets, PowerPoint presentations, workbooks and explanatory videos and exercises. These can be used in classroom delivery and as part of independent learning. This full resource pack covers:Entry Level 3 Maths
NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 2  600/1218/3
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NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 2 600/1218/3

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This qualification is suitable for learners aged 14 and above. The NCFE Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 2 is an ideal qualification for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in Mathematics in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life. It is suitable for a wide range of individuals and is fundamental to the successful completion of various wider qualifications and frameworks, such as Foundation Learning. To complement and support the delivery of the Maths functional skills qualifications, NCFE has produced a full suite of over 200 resources for entry level 1 through to level 2 learners. Each level has its own set of bespoke resources, including learner checklists, learner activity question and answer work sheets, PowerPoint presentations, workbooks and explanatory videos and exercises. These can be used in classroom delivery and as part of independent learning. ** This full resource pack covers:Entry Level 2 Maths**
NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 1  600/0793/X
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NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 1 600/0793/X

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This qualification is suitable for learners aged 14 and above. The NCFE Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics at Entry Level 1 is an ideal qualification for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in Mathematics in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life. It is suitable for a wide range of individuals and is fundamental to the successful completion of various wider qualifications and frameworks, such as Foundation Learning. To complement and support the delivery of the Maths functional skills qualifications, NCFE has produced a full suite of over 200 resources for entry level 1 through to level 2 learners. Each level has its own set of bespoke resources, including learner checklists, learner activity question and answer work sheets, PowerPoint presentations, workbooks and explanatory videos and exercises. These can be used in classroom delivery and as part of independent learning. **This full resource pack covers: Entry Level 1 Maths **
NCFE Level 1 English Functional Skills Resources
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NCFE Level 1 English Functional Skills Resources

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To complement and support the delivery of the English functional skills qualifications, NCFE has produced a full suite of over 300 resources for entry level 1 through to level 2 learners. Each level has its own set of bespoke resources, including learner checklists, learner activity question and answer work sheets, PowerPoint presentations, workbooks and explanatory videos and exercises. These can be used in classroom delivery and as part of independent learning. The full set of resources includes: Level 1 English – Reading Level 1 English – Writing
NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Level 2 (501/2324/5)
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NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Level 2 (501/2324/5)

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To complement and support the delivery of the Maths functional skills qualifications, NCFE has produced a full suite of over 200 resources for entry level 1 through to level 2 learners. Each level has its own set of bespoke resources, including learner checklists, learner activity question and answer work sheets, PowerPoint presentations, workbooks and explanatory videos and exercises. These can be used in classroom delivery and as part of independent learning. This full resource pack covers: Level 2 Maths
NCFE PSHE Resource - Protecting our Environment session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Protecting our Environment session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session The session aims are: To explore options available to improve the environment. Learning objectives of the sessions By the end of this session learners must be able to: •Identify what harms the environment •Discuss ways that we can work to protect the environment •Plan an environmentally friendly village •Produce a drawn diagram of the village •Work collaboratively to discuss and agree the plans You should be able to: •Agree to compromise on some aspects of your plan You could be able to: •Assess the limitations of living in this way
NCFE PSHE Resource - Democracy session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Democracy session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. The session aims are: Understand the value of having a democratic society and the freedoms that this brings. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session learners must be able to: •Identify what a democratic society is. •Examine the differences between a democratic and an authoritarian regime. •Compare life in Britain to life in an authoritarian state for a typical British teenager. •Assess the benefits of democracy. •Prepare a manifesto for this authoritarian state. Some learners should be able to: •Evaluate two articles to inform an education timeline. Some learners could be able to: •Examine reasons why the government of authoritarian state might place such restrictions on their people.
NCFE PSHE Resource - Challenging Stereotypes session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Challenging Stereotypes session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session: •Understand the effects of stereotypes and labelling Learning objectives of the sessions: •By the end of this session you must be able to: •Identify what the term stereotype means. •Discuss common stereotypes used today. •Rank a series of potential guest speakers, choosing who your favourite and least favourite would be providing reasons for your decisions. •Question the purpose of and impact of stereotypes. Learners you should be able to: •Evaluate stereotyping in your school – gender, race or sexuality You could be able to: •Write a letter to the head teacher with an action plan of how you would like to see gender stereotyping tackled in school.
NCFE LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA FOR ENTRY TO THE UNIFORMED SERVICES (601/2456/8) Workbook Package
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NCFE LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA FOR ENTRY TO THE UNIFORMED SERVICES (601/2456/8) Workbook Package

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This qualification is for learners aged pre-16 and above and is suitable for use within a study programme. This qualification aims to provide informed and prepared potential recruits. It will enable learners to prepare to make a recruitment application or provide a basis for further study and progression towards the entry qualification of a specific service. It will provide learners with an insight into the practical qualities they require, not only for uniformed services, but also for employment in general. This package combines 7 mandatory unit learner workbooks including topics such as: Investigate Employment in the Uniformed Services (H/505/9139) Physical Fitness for the Uniformed Services (J/505/9134) Develop Team Working and Problem Solving Skills (T/505/9131) Health and Safety in the Uniformed Services (Y/505/9137) Health and Hygiene in the Uniformed Services (R/505/9136) Follow Uniformed Service Routine (F/505/9133) Exploring Equality and Diversity for the Uniformed Services (D/505/9138)
NCFE PSHE Resource - Making Healthy Choices session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Making Healthy Choices session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session The session aims are: Understand the importance of making healthy choices for wellbeing and improved relationships with others. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session, you must be able to: •Express the benefits of making healthy choices. •Identify unhealthy choices that you make. •Discuss the effect of healthy choices on everyday life. •Produce a weekly planner to increase your healthy choices. You should be able to: •Demonstrate the effect of healthy choices in a presentation. You could be able to: •Prepare a budget planner to compare the financial cost of healthy and unhealthy eating habits.
NCFE PSHE Resource - Drugs and Alcohol Awareness session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Drugs and Alcohol Awareness session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session: The session aims are: Understand the harmful effects of alcohol and drug use, including possible health issues. Understand where to seek help and support on alcohol and drug misuse. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session learners must be able to: •State what alcohol is and the unit strength of different types of alcohol drink. •Identify types of substance which are misused. •Identify why people may misuse alcohol and drugs and the effects of substance misuse. •List the effects of withdrawing from alcohol and drugs. •Identify sources of help and information in relation to alcohol and substance misuse. Some learners should be able to: •Produce a leaflet suitable for parents outlining the signs of substance misuse. Some learners could be able to: Prepare a talk to give in assembly explaining the effects of substance misuse on family and friends.
NCFE PSHE Resource - Identify and Diversity session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Identify and Diversity session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session: Understand the importance of valuing identity and diversity in Britain today. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session, learners must be able to: •Identify characteristics of the class / group. •Define the terms – identity, diversity and equality. •Classify types of diversity. •Analyse the benefits of and downsides of diversity to society. •Define citizenship and recognise the issues associated with citizenship. •Solve clues to develop an understanding of what it means to be British. Learners should be able to: •Assess the identity of the class. Learners could be able to: •Devise a class slogan that demonstrates your Britishness, identity and diversity.
NCFE PSHE Resource - Physical Health and Nutrition session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Physical Health and Nutrition session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session The session aims are: Know the nutrients in food and the role in maintaining health and understand the components of a healthy diet. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session, you should be able to: •Understand the relationship between physical health and nutrition •Describe nutrients needed by the body •Identify the foods that are a good source of each nutrient •Describe the role of nutrients in maintaining health •Explain the importance of adequate fluid intake •Use the knowledge gained to choose personal healthier choices You may also be able to: •Describe the factors that influence how much of each nutrient a person needs
NCFE PSHE Resource - Friendship and Families session pack Level1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Friendship and Families session pack Level1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session To know the value of true friendship and the importance of recognizing your own identity. Learning objectives of the sessions: By the end of this session, you must be able to: •Identify what makes a true friend. •Assess the qualities of good friends. •Discuss the pitfalls of trusting the wrong person. •Examine toxic friendships. •Describe the role of family in your friendships. •Express the importance of having your own identity. You should be able to: •Produce a mind map on your identity that highlights the role of family and friends. You could be able to: •Develop the mind map into an activity sheet for a younger person on the importance of having their own identity.
NCFE LEVEL 1 AWARD IN HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS (600/5207/7)
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NCFE LEVEL 1 AWARD IN HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS (600/5207/7)

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This unit is suitable for learners aged pre-16 and above. The qualification aims to offer an introduction to the basic principles of health and safety, including hazards and risks within the workplace. This workbook supports the delivery of the NCFE Level 1 Award in Health and Safety Awareness and provides learners with relevant information about the qualification and assessment tasks they need to complete to achieve the qualification. The workbook contains a number of tasks that learners should complete to the best of their ability.
NCFE LEVEL 2 AWARD IN EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 601/4664/3
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NCFE LEVEL 2 AWARD IN EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 601/4664/3

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This qualification is suitable for pre-16 learners. This qualification aims to develop and enhance skills required for the working environment and improve learners’ confidence and communication skills in order to prepare them for employment or for a change in employment. This workbook supports the delivery of the NCFE Level 2 Award in Employability Skills and provides learners with support in developing Job Application skills
NCFE PSHE Resource - Staying Safe Online session pack Level 1/2
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NCFE PSHE Resource - Staying Safe Online session pack Level 1/2

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Session pack, including lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and Activity Sheets covering 2 hours of learning. General aim of this session The session aims are: to understand that everyone has the right to be safe and respected online, to make sure that learners must take responsibility for their own and other’s safety when online and to have an awareness of the threats that cannot be seen when online. This session can be mapped towards: NCFE Level 1 Award in Safeguarding in a Learning Environment (600/5515/7) – Units 3, 4, and 6. Learning objectives of the sessions By the end of this session, you must be able to: •Identify issues that can arise •Define cyber bullying and give examples of how to deal with cyber bullying (unit 4) •Identify the effects of abuse (unit 6) •Examine how abuse can be identified through online sources (unit 6) •Discuss grooming (unit 3) •Assess what to do if you suspect someone is not safe You should be able to: •Design a poster to help anyone in danger know what to do and who can help