Accreditation of prior experiential learning
All ModuleInstances entities at providers in Wales
Indicates if the module was taken through Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL).
Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) is a process that enables people of all ages, backgrounds and attitudes to receive formal recognition for skills and knowledge they already possess. This can be:
A person's learning and experience can be formally recognised and taken into account to:
Code 01 'Module taken through APEL' is to be used where the student took the module through APEL, where the module can be undertaken through APEL or other means. Assessment could be via a portfolio of evidence, taking the assessment associated with the module, or completion of assignments designed to test the achievement of the required learning outcomes.
Code 02 'APEL module' is to be used where the module that the student is studying is only available through APEL. Where any module has an associated ModuleInstance.APEL code of 02, all ModuleInstances associated with that module should also be coded 02 in this field.
Code 03 'Module not taken/available through APEL' is to be used where the student was not assessed through APEL or the module was not available through APEL.
To identify modules taken or available through accreditation of prior experiential learning.
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