Once you are accredited, these courses will allow you to show an employer or a college/university what you have studied and achieved.
The Unit outline is published on the reverse of both the AQA Statement and the Sexplained Certificate for each Unit covered.
The AQA Statement does not state the level of the course but the Sexplained Certificate does.
You can gather the Statements and Certificates in to a portfolio of learning evidence.
An employer will be able to see that you have spent a notional learning time (as stated on the Statement and Certificate) learning about the subject in question.
This will allow them to feel more comfortable that you know more than another person, who does not hold this accreditation.