SVQs are offered across 5 levels:
The Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework (SCQF) has been developed to help Employers and Learners understand how qualifications relate to each other and to other forms of learning. SQA has developed an interactive framework to visualise this. A full explanation of all qualifications are shown on the SCQF Framework.
Level 2 (SCQF Level 5/6)
For a level 2 SVQ, candidates have to be able to show that they are competent in a range of varied activities, in a variety of contexts.
Some of the activities will be complex, and the person will have some individual responsibility or autonomy. The job may also involve collaboration with others, perhaps through membership of a work group or team.
Level 3 (SCQF Level 7)
At this level, candidates have to perform a broad range of activities in a variety of contexts, most of which are complex and non-routine.
They will usually be working with considerable responsibility and autonomy, and may have control or guidance of others.
Level 4 (SCQF Level 9)
Level 4 SVQs involve a broad range of complex, technical or professional work activities. They will be performed in a wide variety of contexts and with a substantial degree of personal responsibility and autonomy. People doing these SVQs will often be responsible for the work of others and for allocating resources.
Here is the link to the SCQF Interactive Framework https://scqf.org.uk/about-the-framework/interactive-framework/