RESOLVEit are proud to be collaborating with the
WJEC on The Welsh Baccalaureate!
What is the Welsh Baccalaureate?
The Welsh Baccalaureate helps prepare students between the ages of 14 and 19 for employability, further study and life.
A student is awarded the Welsh Bacc. by achieving a specified combination of qualifications. At the heart of the Welsh Bacc. is the Skills Challenge Certificate - an innovative skills-based qualification.
Where DOES RESOLVEit fit in?
RESOLVEit offer three out of the four Skills Challenge Certificate project briefs, at KS4 Foundation/National level.
Enterprise and Employability Challenge
Individual Project Outline
RESOLVEit, alongside many other organisations worldwide, believe that
self-defence should be taught as part
of national curriculums.
Students will need to research RESOLVEit, the topics around personal safety and self-defence and then choose their own Individual Project title.
Enterprise and Employability Challenge Outline
Students will develop an idea for a personal safety device or product.
It is up to students to select which target group they want to aim their product or service at.
Community Challenge Outline
As part of this Challenge, students will become a RESOLVEit Safety Hero!
They will be trained online to deliver our key messages linked with staying safe - awareness, avoidance, dialogue and action.
As an individual or a member of a team (3-6 members) students must spend 10 hours running coaching sessions in their school or local community.
Click the button below to find out more about the skills challenge.
To find out more, head over to the WJEC website for the full breakdown on the challenge briefs.
For those schools partaking any of the Challenge Briefs, please read the teacher and staff pack and sign up below.