NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATE IN SKILLS FOR LIVING FOR SUPPORTED LEARNERS

Level 1 - NZQA Ref: 2853
55-75_Creds

This qualification is an entry level qualification intended for people who require specialised support with their learning. They are people with learning disabilities, including those with an intellectual disability.

2 Programme 
Options

There are two possible options to achieve the graduate outcomes of this qualification. If these two options do not suit your unique needs then select individual standards from the list below. 

Gaining Programme
Approvals

We have developed a separate technical specification to include in your programme approval documentation to help save time and ensure requirements are met.

Linking standards to qualification outcomes

Our technical specification clearly shows how each standard (or set of standards) directly links to each graduate outcome. This linkage is provided in detail where needed down to the level of ER, Explanatory Note etc.

Entry Requirements

This qualification is an entry level qualification intended for people who require specialised support with their learning. They are people with learning disabilities, including those with an intellectual disability.

Pricing Options

Different price options are available based on the unit standards selected.
Contact us for a customised quote based on your unique needs.

Pathway to higher
level qualifications

This qualification may lead to:

  • New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills (Level 1)

or other qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework at levels one and two.

Transition Information

This qualification replaces the National Certificate in Work and Community Skills (Supported Learning) (Level 1) [Ref: 0853].

List of all Unit Standards   Level Credits
Demonstrate self-management of day to day living situations
29298           Maintain routines and commitments View details 1 8
29299           Access and use facilities and services in the community View details 1 4
Maintaining personal well-being
29300           Maintain hauora - personal health and well-being View details 1 4
29301           Demonstrate strategies to ensure personal safety View details 1 4
Participate and interact in everyday situations
29302           Produce a plan to enhance own learning View details 1 4
29303           Demonstrate behaviours appropriate to different types of relationships and contexts View details 1 4
29304           Describe elements of own culture, basic rights and responsibilities of being a citizen of Aotearoa View details 1 4
Participate in planning a future pathway to achieve personal goals
29305           Carry out a plan to achieve personal goals View details 1 4
Apply problem-solving strategies to resolve day to day issues
29306           Participate and communicate in a team or group to complete a routine task View details 1 5
Apply literacy and numeracy skills required for day to day living
29307           Apply literacy skills in a range of day to day contexts View details 1 5
29308           Apply numeracy skills in a range of day to day contexts View details 1 5
Skills for Working (optional strand)
29309           Plan a work pathway View details 1 4
29310           Apply basic skills and practices in a work place context View details 1 8
29311           Act in accordance with the basic rights amd responsibilities needed for work View details 1 8