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AIM Qualifications Level 3 Award in Domestic Retrofit Advice
Ref: 610/1593/3
Level 3 GLH 30 TQT 38 Age range 18+ Cost £34

Ref: 610/1593/3

About this qualification

The Level 3 award in Domestic Retrofit Advice is made up of 4 mandatory units and can be completed via a mixture of face-to-face teaching/virtual teaching and online learning.

Objectives of the qualification

This qualification is aimed at people working in similar roles providing advice to customers about their properties, such as liaison officers, retrofit advisors, energy advisors. This qualification is also suitable for those with Retrofit experience or a recognised Retrofit qualification.

Why choose this qualification

On successful completion of the Level 3 Award, learners may progress directly into employment as a Retrofit Advisor or may progress onto higher learning in the Retrofit field.

Rules of combination

To achieve the AIM Qualifications Level 3 Award in Domestic Retrofit Advice, learners must achieve;

  • the 4 credits from the Mandatory unit group.
Included units

See the Qualification Specification for more details.

Additional Info
Assessment Methods

Internal Assessment by Portfolio of Evidence

Where the assessment method for the qualification is by internally set assessments (Portfolio of Evidence), then centres are free to devise their own assessments for the qualification/unit.

  • All assessments should be designed in such a way as to minimise the requirement for Reasonable Adjustments to be made.
  • Centre-devised assessments must allow learners to meet all of the requirements of the assessment criteria for each unit. Assessments must not require learners to produce evidence above and beyond that stipulated in the Assessment Criteria.
  • Centres must then have these assessments approved by their IQA.

When devising assessments, centres may choose from a range of assessment methods but where assessment guidance is provided within a unit this must be adhered to unless otherwise agreed with Aim Qualifications.

Assessment methods must be valid, fair, reliable and safe leading to authentic, sufficient and current evidence produced by the candidate.

Holistic assessment is good practice wherever possible and permitted by the assessment strategy for the qualification if this exists.

Other guidance and sample documentation is available to recognised centres covering: planning assessment; recording achievement; planning, carrying out and documenting IQA.

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By completing this form, a member of our business development team will be in contact with you to discuss how your centre can offer this AIM Qualification. If you are a learner looking to study this qualification, please contact our customer experience team, who can provide a list of AIM centres that currently offer this qualification.