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Functional Skills 4. Published on Mar View Download 1. Does each qualification have a credit value? Are there any deadlines? What conditions are required Entry level? What conditions are required Levels 1 and 2? How do I find it? Functional skills are fundamental applied skills in English, Mathematics and Information and Communication Technology ICT that enable people to gain the most from life, learning and work.

Being functional is not piiii about knowing how to use words, numbers and technology it is about being able to apply and adapt these skills to a range of everyday life and work situations. The Functional Skills qualifications were developed piii part of the reform of and vocational qualifications in England in the late s. They were piloted from and launched fully in September There are three functional skill areas: Each is a qualification in amphron own right.

These qualifications are also intended for use in a wide range of other settings.

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Functional Skills spans five levels of the National Qualifications Framework: Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2. The Functional Skills qualifications are only approved for use, and eligible for public funding, in England. Essential Skills www. Essential Skills Wales www. The qualification specifications in our Functional Skills handbook are derived from the Functional Skills Criteria published by Ofqual.

The Functional Skills qualifications are assessed summatively with no ongoing portfolio assessment. Candidates complete a one-off series of supervised tasks once they are felt to be capable of achieving the required standard known as when-ready.

In the case of FS English, the assessment is split into three components: Functional Skills is not considered suitable for inclusion on the QCF. As an NQF qualification, Functional Skills has no formal credit value, although Functional Skills qualifications completed as part of an Apprenticeship have a notional value of 5 credits each.

No further fast-track arrangements are available. Whether its appropriate or necessary for particular learners to work towards Functional Skills qualifications will depend on a number of factors, amptrob the type of learning programme they are following and any relevant qualifications they may already hold.

All Apprenticeship frameworks require learners to achieve qmptron hold qualifications in English, Mathematics and in some cases ICT. The minimum requirements and range of accepted qualifications are currently set out in the Specification of Apprenticeship Standards for England SASEalthough please note some frameworks may require qualifications at a higher level than the SASE minimum.

Unlike the Key Skills qualifications that preceded Functional Skills, there are no proxy exemption arrangements that allow Functional Skills candidates to claim exemption from part of their assessment.

The only way a Functional Skills qualification can be achieved is by successfully completing the required Functional Skills assessment. As well as offering Functional Skills.

For further details about these qualifications, please visit www. See answer to 1. Dedicated qualification webpage Containing qualification handbook, guidance documents, sample and live assessment material, worked examples, examiner reports and FAQs. The free content includes a tutor forum for each functional skill. Monthly maths and English newsletter Keep up to date with all there is to know about maths and English qualifications and learning including Functional Skills.

Sign up to receive it via the Preference Centre on our website. Regular events Ongoing training and networking opportunities with peers, to help share and build best practice.

Sample assessment papers for all three functional skills at all five levels can be downloaded from our Functional Skills qualifications webpage.

In all cases there are multiple examples of each assessment component. There are also various worked examples. Sample onscreen assessments designed to replicate the onscreen assessment environment are also available as follows: FS English accessed via our Functional Skills qualifications webpage.


FS Mathematics accessed via our Functional Skills qualifications webpage, as well as via the e-volve system product code The Functional Skills qualifications are designed to measure candidates ability to work independently and problem-solve.

It is therefore crucial that learners undergo a rigorous process of initial assessment to ensure they are capable of meeting the required standard for any Functional Skills qualifications they work towards.


The Functional Skills Criteria contain inclusion statements for each of the three functional skills, clarifying the range of Reasonable Adjustments that may be permitted without compromising the purpose of these qualifications. These statements are reproduced in full within our Functional 8 Functional Skills FAQs Skills handbook; for example they confirm that a human reader cannot be used within the assessment of FS English Reading.

All such requests must be sent to our Policy team policy cityandguilds. Please note it is not currently possible to arrange this through the e-volve system. Disability Discrimination legislation now incorporated into the Equalities Act permits the granting of exemption from individual assessment components within a qualification. It is technically possible to grant exemption from up to two the three components of FS English, although this will only ever be considered as a last resort once all other Reasonable Adjustments that might enable the candidate to undergo assessment and achieve the required standard have been explored.

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It is important to bear in mind each of the three components of FS English are assessed discretely, and each may be completed at any of the five amptronn levels. If a candidate is unable to achieve the required standard at a particular level, even with Reasonable Adjustments, the level s below should be considered including Entry 1. It is possible to amprron individual FS English components that have been completed with other awarding organisations see 5.

There is no mechanism for recognising FS Mathematics or FS ICT assessments from other awarding organisations, as in both cases the whole qualification consists of a single component.

It is vital that tutors familiarise themselves the Functional Skills qualification specifications and with the format of the assessments. As well as learning to problem-solve and gaining confidence in the required range of skills, candidates will need adequate opportunity to practise using the sample assessments see 2. There are no xmptron qualification requirements to teach any of the Functional Skills qualifications, although it is important that any centre staff involved in the delivery of these qualifications are familiar with the Functional Skills qualification specifications.

Practitioners may find it beneficial to work towards the Functional Skills qualifications themselves, both as a form of Continuing Professional Development CPD and to aid familiarisation with the qualifications requirements. All centre staff involved in the assessment and internal quality assurance formerly known as internal verification of Functional Skills assessments must be confident and competent in the skills being assessed.

Most assessment preparation guidance can be found in our Functional Skills handbook, although in a few instances eg for the onscreen FS Mathematics and FS ICT assessments at levels 1 and 2 we provide supplementary guidance in separate documents on our Functional Skills qualifications webpage. The assessment arrangements are explained in more detail in the Functional Skills handbook.

All Entry level assessment documentation can be downloaded from the Functional Skills qualifications webpage. For security reasons, the documents are password-protected. The assessments can be administered at any time after the learner has been registered as a candidate for that functional skill see 3.

At Level 1 and Level 2, the externally-marked assessments are available in two ways: As with the Entry level assessments, these can be administered when ready at any time after candidate registration. The normal pass mark ranges for each of the externally-marked components are shown below. The actual pass mark varies slightly between assessment papers, to take into account slight variations in accessibility or difficulty and to ensure the standard of work required to achieve a pass is consistent.

Each assessment typically ;iii a pass mark within the following ranges: Functional Skills FAQs 11 The pass mark for all internally-assessed components is as shown in the assessment documentation.


The FS English Speaking, Listening and Communication SLC assessments at all levels are not mark-based; the assessment documentation sets out the criteria each candidate is required to meet. Suggested pass marks are normally included within the mark scheme document.

All learners must be registered as a candidate for the Functional Skill s they are working towards before accessing any live assessment materials. It is not necessary or possible to specify qualification level when registering candidates, as it is recognised that the target level might change during their programme.

37448 is distinct from zmptron process of entering candidates for particular externally marked paper assessments or scheduling onscreen assessments.

Orders must specify a date and time for each assessment sitting, and must be received at least 14 calendar days before the date required. More detailed information about the ordering process can be found in the Functional Skills External Assessment Guide note a separate booking must be made for each assessment sitting see 3.

Although this is not strictly an exam see 3. The high volume of Functional Skills candidates, as well as the amptrkn to match candidates with other components or qualifications they may be working towards eg Apprenticeship registration packagesmakes it impractical to offer unnamed entries for these assessments.

Our standard candidate amendment policy applies, allowing minor errors to be corrected via the Walled Garden. However if a wholesale name change is required then proof of this must be provided. A separate booking must be made for each Named on Demand assessment sitting.

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The booking must include a date and 37488, and it is expected that all of the candidates included in that booking will complete the assessment at the same time in the same location. Unlike the previous dated assessment system in operation until earlythere is amprton five day window within the Named on Demand system. Each order is dispatched in a self-contained pack containing the paper that has been chosen specifically for that sitting. There is no need to open this pack until immediately before it is used; the accompanying Invigilation Certificate IC indicates which order it relates to and the relevant paper version number, so for FS ICT assessments is it possible to determine which set of data files are needed see 7.

Please note it is not possible to add further candidates once the order has been submitted; a personalised barcode is issued for each candidate, and any additional candidates added to the bottom of the ICT on the day will delay results for the whole order as well as triggering late entry fees.

Results for un-entered candidates may not be processed. Candidates names are also required when scheduling onscreen assessments on e-volve, although these assessments can be scheduled the same day that they are taken. The date and time of a Named on Demand booking cannot be amended via the Walled Garden once it has been submitted.

This date and time will appear on all of the stationery that accompanies the assessment papers, and it is assumed that all of the candidates included on the booking will complete the amptronn at that time. All candidates must still complete the assessment at the same time.

If the assessment date needs to be varied by more than five working days, a new booking will be required. Whilst they must be completed within a supervised environment, formal JCQ examination conditions are not required.

For example, candidates completing the paper-based FS English Reading and Writing assessments can word-process their responses if this is their normal way of working and they can do so Functional Skills FAQs 13 independently. There is no restriction on amptorn use of bilingual dictionaries in any Functional Skills assessments.