Occupational Studies Unit 66: Time management skills
Welcome to this interactive unit for Occupational Studies, Unit 66: Time management skills. In this section, you will find out a bit more about how to navigate through the learning outcomes.
This unit can be used as a standalone course or as a contribution to the following qualifications:
- NCFE Level 1 Award in Exploring Occupational Studies for the Workplace (601/1086/7)
- NCFE Level 1 Award in Occupational Studies for the Workplace (601/1087/9)
- NCFE Level 1 Certificate in Occupational Studies for the Workplace (601/1088/0)
- NCFE Level 1 Diploma in Occupational Studies for the Workplace (601/1089/2)
Your learning outcomes and assessment criteria
Each learning outcome in this interactive unit is broken down into topics which cover the assessment criteria. Click on each of the learning outcomes below to find out more about the course.
- Know benefits of good time management and some ways to promote it
- 1.1 State the benefits of good time management
- 1.2 Give examples of the effects of poor time management
- 1.3 List different ways to promote good time management
- Be able to plan own use of time
- 2.1 Identify a specific time management technique that can be used to improve own use of time
- 2.2 Plan own activities for specified days
- 2.3 Carry out own time management plan
- Know how to improve own time management
- 3.1 Identify aspects of own time management plan which went well
- 3.2 Identify what could be improved
- 3.3 Give examples of how improvements could be made
Your assessment tasks
Throughout this interactive unit, there are several assessment tasks to complete. These have been designed to help you show your understanding of the assessment criteria. There are Learner Assessment Worksheets available to fill out for each learning outcome (LO). These can be downloaded at the beginning of each LO.
For each of the assessment criteria, there are also quick check quizzes for your own self-assessment. These interactive questions test your recall and understanding of the unit content throughout.