Laboratory Science (Toxicological Study) Management
SQA offers Laboratory Science (Toxicological Study Management) at Level 4.
This SVQ is based on the National Occupational Standards (NOS) set and published by the Sector Skills Council for the sector, SEMTA.
The standards provide an accurate and detailed definition of what candidates must know, understand and be able to do. This SVQ will enable those working in this sector to develop the knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competence in their job role.
News and Announcements
This qualification is now in its lapsing period and will finish on 31/05/2018. Centres should note:
- The qualification will be deleted from the relevant catalogue
- The qualification’s content and delivery tools will remain on SQA’s website until 31/05/2018 at which point they will be removed and archived
- No new centres may be approved to offer the qualification
- No candidates can be entered for the qualification
- Centres should ensure candidates complete the qualification and results are submitted to SQA before 31/05/2018.
Why deliver this qualification
This SVQ in Laboratory Science (Toxicological Study) Management will meet the employment needs of laboratory and technical staff.
The qualification provides candidates with the knowledge and skills to enable them to develop practical research skills.
Who does this qualification suit
The SVQ in Laboratory Science (Toxicological Study) Management is suitable for candidates working in scientific laboratories.
Entry is at the discretion of the centre. The nature of the qualification is such that candidates should be in a work role or placement which will allows them to demonstrate competence in practical tasks.
There are opportunities for progression to other science qualifications.
Centres with devolved authority are eligible to seek approval through their own internal approval process.
Centres without devolved authority will have to come forward for approval and should contact the Business Development Team for guidance in completing the combined CA1/SA1 form.
Assessors and verifiers must be able to meet SQA's general requirements as outlined in the guide to approval .
How to assess
Assessment is of competence demonstrated in the workplace.
Assessment is integrated with delivery and focuses on evidence of carrying out work activities.
Where can you take this course?
Qualification content and delivery tools
Information about the qualification(s)
National Occupational Standards
Unit information for this qualification is available on our Accredited Qualification Unit Search.
Information about delivery, assessment, quality assurance and support material
- Science Assessment Strategy (88 KB)
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|Downloads:||Assessor’s guidelines for the SVQs in Laboratory Science at levels 2, 3 and 4.|