Interactive Design and Development (England)

What is an apprenticeship framework?

An apprenticeship framework is a definition of requirements for an apprenticeship programme. It is used by training providers, colleges, and employers to ensure that all apprenticeship programmes are delivered consistently and to agreed standards. Each framework includes details of the qualifications needed to be completed, the key skills targets, and any other requirements of the apprenticeship.

A typical framework consists of:

 

Centres must refer to the relevant full apprenticeship framework document on the Apprenticeships Frameworks Online (AFO) website here, however a summary of these requirements are shown below.


Higher Apprenticeship in Interactive Design and Development (England) Level 4 FR03504

To achieve this apprenticeship, learners must meet the following requirements:

Entry Guidance into Apprenticeship Framework

The minimum qualification entry requirements for entry into the Higher Apprenticeship in Interactive Design and Development are the achievement of:

and

AIM Awards offer Functional Skills in English, Maths and ICT at Entry 1 to Level 2. See our information page for more details on how to apply to offer these qualifications.

Competence/Technical Skills & Knowledge/Credits

 

Competence qualifications available to this pathway:

 N/A

Knowledge qualifications available to this pathway:

 N/A

Combined qualifications available to this pathway:

 AIM Awards Level 4 Diploma in Interactive Design and Development  (QCF)

 

Qualification Information

Learners must achieve all qualifications detailed in this section.

 

Qualification

AIM Awards Level 4 Diploma in Interactive Design and Development (QCF)

Assessment

Internally assessed and externally moderated assessment evidence

Grading

Assessment is competent / not competent. There is no grading

Progression Opportunities

Learners from this qualification will normally progress into employment within the sector

Sector

9.3 Media and Communication

Qualification Number

601/2520/2

Learning Aim Reference

60125202

Credit Value

90

Guided Learning Hours (GLH)

531-715

Learner Age Range

18+; 19+

Rules of Combination

Learners must achieve 90 credits in total. 16 credits must be achieved from the 3 mandatory units and a minimum of 74 credits must be achieved from the Optional Group B.

Qualification Specification

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Transferable Skills

The achievement of Transferable Skills is no longer a mandatory requirement for Higher Apprenticeships.

Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)

N/A

On and Off the Job Learning

This does not apply to Higher Apprenticeship frameworks.