AAC City and Guilds Outcomes.

 

 

 

Entry Level 2

 

 

 

Student name: Student no:

 

 

 

*Each criterion (numbered under conversation skills) needs 2 witness statements.

 

 

 

OUTCOME NUMBER

OUTCOME

No. Witness statements required*

Tick when achieved

Cross ref to Witness statements date and time

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 201

Conversation skills

 

 

 

1

Responds to partner’s conversation opening with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Recognise other’s wish to communicate

  2. Respond to other’s opening communication

4

1.

2.

 

2

Starts a conversation with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Get partners attention

  2. Comment

  3. Request

6

1.

2.

3.

 

 

3

Keeps conversation going with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Listen to identify conversation topic

  2. Make topic relevant comment

  3. Answer topic relevant question

  4. Ask topic relevant question

  5. Use appropriate topic language

10

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

 

4

Repair a conversation with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Repeat a message

  2. Ask for help to repair conversation

4

1.

2.

 

5

Close a conversation with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Use relevant farewells

2

1.

 

Unit 202

Directing others

 

 

 

1

Communicate needs to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. State needs

2

1.

 

2

Communication choices to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. State choices

2

1.

 

3

Give instructions to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Give lists of items for specific purposes

2

1.

 

4

Give warnings to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Give warnings

2

1.

 

5

Give encouragement to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Give encouragement

2

1.

 

Unit 203

Asserting independence

 

 

 

1

Express preferences to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Express a preference

2

1.

 

2

Express opinions and feelings to known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Express and opinion or a feeling

2

1.

 

3

Clarify issues in relation to asserting independence with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Request an explanation

2

1.

 

4

Influence others in relation to asserting independence with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Persuade another person

  2. Disagree with another person

  3. Thank another person appropriately

6

1.

2.

3.

 

Unit 204

Remote Communication

 

 

 

1

Respond to remote communication from another person with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Respond ‘yes’ or ‘no’ or some other very simple message

2

1.

 

2

Converse socially using remote communication with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Initiate a conversation remotely

  2. Maintain a conversation remotely

  3. Close a conversation remotely

6

1.

2.

3.

 

3

Make arrangements using remote communication with known partners in routine situations and a familiar environment.

  1. Give information about arrangements

  2. Make simple arrangements

4

1.

2.

 

Unit 205

Dealing with problems in daily life

 

 

 

1

Demonstrate an awareness of how to recognise straightforward problems.

  1. Identify a straightforward problem

  2. Identify a way of tackling the problem

4

1.

2.

 

2

Tackle straightforward problems.

  1. Tackle problem using a given procedure.

  2. Ask for advice or support if needed

4

1.

2.

 

Unit 206

Organise own augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) equipment

 

 

 

1

Take responsibility for the use of own AAC system.

  1. Recognise own communication aids

  2. Request own AAC system

  3. Recognise equipment is user ready

6

1.

2.

3.

 

2

Take responsibility for development of own AAC system.

  1. Identify the need for new vocabulary to be programmed or added

2

1.