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For Perpetuity Training courses, the following explains learner ability requirements for each level. We use the phrase ‘equivalent working level’ to mean that the learner is not achieving for example, a Master’s Degree, but is working at the same level and meeting the same learner requirements as that of a Masters Student.
At Perpetuity Training, we offer an array of courses at different levels to suit the learner. The image of the Qualification Framework (Perpetuity, 2016) highlights the differences between Awards, Certificates and Diplomas from levels 3-
Diploma 360+ hrs
What is a Level 3?
Level 3 is the equivalent working level to that of the A/AS Levels in the UK.
What will I be expected to do at Level 3?
At this level, learners should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of provided texts and to make use of simplistic examples based on outlined core theory. Learners should write in full sentences, demonstrate good literacy skills and be able to structure short-
Example question at Level 3:
According to the text, what are the responsibilities of the Security Manager at Perpetuity Systems?
What is a level 4?
Level 4 is the equivalent working level to that of an Extended Diploma/Certificate(s) of Higher Education in the UK.
What will I be expected to do at Level 4?
At this level, learners should be able to demonstrate a good understanding of a selection of texts and to use experience-
Example question at Level 4:
As the Security Manager at Perpetuity Systems, you have been tasked with giving a short presentation to the board highlighting fire safety procedures. Detail the elements that you would include in the presentation.
What is a Level 5?
Level 5 is the equivalent working level to that of a Foundation Level Degree in the UK.
What will I be expected to do at Level 5?
At level 5, learners should be able to generate new ideas through the analysis of various concepts and to formulate well-
Example question at Level 5:
Due to a series of break-
What is a Level 6?
Level 6 is the equivalent working level to that of a Bachelor’s Degree in the UK.
What will I be expected to do at a Level 6?
At Level 6, learners should be able to generate and critically evaluate new concepts and to apply significant judgement to a range of complex research problems. Learners should demonstrate the use of a wide variety of extracurricular texts in order to build coherent and well-
Example question at Level 6:
Perpetuity Systems (2016) state that they cannot be beaten in the market place when it comes to product X. Conduct a literature review of similar products to either agree or contest with this statement.
Level 7 and MSc
What is a Level 7?
Level 7 is the equivalent working level to that of a Master’s Degree in the UK with accreditation through a recognised accreditation provider such as Industry Qualifications or Pearson. A Level 7 qualification is typically lesser credits than a full Masters but in some instances these credits can be transferred via Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) towards a full Masters.
What is an MSc?
An MSc is a Masters qualification awarded by a University. A full Masters is typically 180 credits.
What will I be expected to do at a Level 7 or MSc?
Learners should be able to demonstrate a mastery of a specialised area of knowledge, employing the appropriate skills to conduct well-
Example question at Level 7 or MSc:
Provide a dissertation, with a specified word count, on a topic of your choice within the Security Management sector, making use of an array of research tools and critical analysis. Your dissertation should be founded on theory and you must make use of a wide range of extracurricular readings.
Perpetuity Training work closely with some of the UK’s leading awarding bodies to ensure that learners receive the recognition they deserve when completing a course of study. Working closely with both Pearson (Edexcel) and Industry Qualifications, Perpetuity provides learners with a recognised qualification and accompanying credits to assist with personal development and a route to higher levels of study.
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