Learning and Development Practitioner

Course Level

3

Course length

18+ months

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INSTRUCTORS

Instructor

Name

Overview

Identifying, creating and delivering appropriate training needs.

Meet the trainer

Course Guide

Standard

What's included? / Modules

Skills


  • Identification of training/learning needs

  • Training/Learning Design

  • Training/Learning delivery

  • Teamwork and collaboration

  • Communication and Interpersonal


Knowledge


  • Technical expertise

  • Business understanding

  • L&D function

  • Management information and technology


Behaviours


  • Constant and curious learner

  • Collaborative partner

  • Passionate and agile deliverer

Entry Requirements

Whilst any entry requirements will be a matter for individual employers, typically an apprentice will have an area of technical, vocational or behavioural expertise in which the organisation needs others to acquire through training.

Delivery and Assessment

The training is a blended learning delivery model, which takes place in the work place during working hours, wherever this may be, according to the apprentices role. 


This consists of: 

  • 1 to 1 monthly meetings of approx. two hours with a GLP trainer (face to face or telephone)

  • On-line learning courses and/or group sessions

  • Building an electronic portfolio of workrelated evidence

  • Maths and English at Level 2 (if not previously achieved)

  • 20% of time at work to be spent working towards apprenticeship

  • End Point Assessment (EPA) by an external examiner to complete qualification, consisting of: knowledge test, portfolio-based Interview & project presentation

Professional Qualifications, Career Progression, Links to professional Registrations

Qualifications:


Apprentices without Level 2 English and Maths will need to achieve this prior to taking the end point assessment. For those with an education, health and care plan or a legacy statement the apprenticeship’s English and maths minimum requirement is Entry Level 3. British Sign Language qualifications are an alternative to English qualifications for those for whom this is their primary language.


Link to professional registration and progression:


The successful apprentice may be eligible to apply for Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or any other professional body that recognises this apprenticeship within its membership criteria (membership is subject to the professional bodies own membership requirements).