The course is delivered in the workplace. Online support material is also available via Onefile e-portfolio system.
You will need to complete four mandatory units and a range of optional units (up to 27 credits):
- Approaches to the organisation of information and/or material
- Supporting users to make use of digital resources
- Creating and maintaining a user-focussed environment
- Helping users to obtain access to information and/or material
- Promoting Libraries, Archives and Information Services
- Providing induction and orientation activities for users
- Engaging with the wider community
- Family History
- Health Information
- Local Studies
- Reader Development
- Allocating and checking work in a team
- Developing productive working relationships with colleagues
- Issuing information and/or material
- Leading a team
- Locating and replacing information and/or material
- Managing own resources and professional development
- Protecting, securing and copying information and/or material
- Understanding the Libraries, Archives and Information Services environment
- Understanding the Libraries, Archives and Information Service organisation
- Up to 21 credits can be brought forward from the Level 2 certificate and used towards this qualification.
No whole award is available at Level 4 but learners will be able to use the credits from these units towards a HE qualification.