What is a Level 3 certificate?

What is a Level 3 certificate?

Level 3 Certificates

The different aspects that make up a certificate of professionalism are established in the respective Royal Decrees, which define their content, duration, access conditions, requirements for trainers and centers, etc.

A certificate of professionalism can be obtained if all the training associated with that qualification has been passed. This can be done by taking one or more training actions to complete all the modules (training and workplace practice) that compose it.

All the TRAINING completed must meet certain requirements in order to be accredited. These requirements affect both the training entity, the trainers and the program delivered, as well as the student.

Through the recognition of work experienceParticipating in a procedure for the evaluation and recognition of professional competences acquired through work experience or non-formal training. CONSULT HERE

It is also possible to obtain a certificate of professionalism if it is demonstrated that the corresponding professional competences have been acquired through WORK EXPERIENCE or NON-FORMAL TRAINING.

Level 2 Certificate

A Certificate of Professionalism is an instrument that accredits, in the labor field, the set of professional competences that a person must possess for the development of a labor activity identified in the labor market.

The Certificates of Professionalism are part of the National System of Qualifications and Vocational Training, so they are recognized by the Ministry of Education through the validation of modules corresponding to Vocational Training degrees.

Each certificate is also structured in three levels of qualification (1, 2 and 3) and each of them depends on the degree of responsibility, autonomy and complexity of the knowledge to be applied in the development of work activities.

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The National Directory of Certificates of Professionalism is the set of Certificates of Professionalism arranged sectorially in 26 professional families, which responds to all the productive sectors and to levels 1, 2 and 3 of qualification.

Certificate of professional competence level 2 equivalence

A professional qualification is the set of professional competences with significance for employment that can be acquired through modular training or other types of training[1] and through work experience.[2] A professional competence is the set of knowledge and skills that allow the exercise of the professional activity, in accordance with the requirements of production and employment.[3] A professional competence is the set of knowledge and skills that allow the exercise of the professional activity, in accordance with the requirements of production and employment.[4] A professional qualification is the set of knowledge and skills that allow the exercise of the professional activity, in accordance with the requirements of production and employment.

The vocational training diplomas and certificates of professionalism will constitute the training offers referred to the CNCP, which are official and valid throughout the national territory and will be issued by the competent Administrations.

The titles of vocational training and the certificates of professionalism will constitute the offers of vocational training referred to the CNCP, which have official character and validity in all the national territory and will be issued by the competent Administrations.

The Professional Family is the set of qualifications in which the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications is structured, according to criteria of affinity of professional competence. The list of professional families is established in Annex I of Royal Decree 1128/2003, of September 5, which regulates the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications and in Royal Decree 1416/2005, of November 25, which modifies it.

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Certification levels

The requirements to take level 2 or level 3 Certificate of Professionalism courses are those established in article 20 of Royal Decree 34/2008, of January 18, which regulates certificates of professionalism.

And if you do not have any accredited training but you have work experience, check how to certify work experience on the Labora website or on the link “Recognition of Acquired Professional Competences” on the SEPE website.

Each specialty of the Catalog represents the grouping of contents, professional competences and technical specifications that respond to a set of work activities framed in a phase of the production process and with related functions.

The specialties which make up the Complementary Training Vocational Family (FCO) have the consideration of transversal training in areas which are considered a priority both within the framework of the European Strategy for Employment and of the National Employment System and in the guidelines established by the European Union.

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