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Are you an individual who thrives on others' development and progression due to your specialist input?

Do you find an overwhelming sense of achievement when those that have been denied due to their own personal challenges have finally been able to succeed under your guidance?

Then maybe becoming an apprenticeship as an Employability Practitioner Level 4 is the night career choice for you.

As an Employability Practitioner, you will learn strategies to deliver employability support through public service workshops in careers advice and guidance, social care and skills development via local and national contracts.

The broad purpose of the occupation is to work with individuals who are distanced furthest from the labour market, helping them to address and overcome obstacles to securing suitable and sustainable employment.

The role can be allocated to small, medium or large organisations which sit within any of the public, private or charitable sectors.

Learn - Earn - Grow
Learn a brand new skill that comes with a UK-recognised qualification.
You are officially an employee of the company so you will also be earning a wage while you learn.
You will not only be learning skills towards a new qualification but growing as an individual by boosting your professional profile within a working environment.

There are no course costs to you personally.
Develop your Maths and English up to level 2 with homework and tutor support to prepare for the final exam (If you have not already achieved this prior to starting the Apprenticeship).

As an apprentice, you will be given 20% of your paid working hours as off-the-job training time. For example, for a 30-hour working week, you could be given 6 hours to complete off-the-job training within the workplace.

Off-the-job training activities may include; online course work, job shadowing other staff, new tasks you are being trained on within the workplace which form part of your role, internal/external courses in-line with the standard.

You will attend regular coaching sessions with a qualified and industry-experienced Apprenticeship Coach who will conduct remote sessions lasting approximately 1 hour. (During this time, you will be set work to undertake as part of your off-the-job training). At quarterly intervals, you will receive a face-to-face visit to discuss progress and learning with practical activities being reviewed where necessary.


Entry Requirements

Apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to achieve this level 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. A British Sign Language (BSL) qualification is an alternative to the English qualification for those whose primary language is BSL.


Assessment Method 1 - Presentation Underpinned by Portfolio of Evidence and Research

Assessment Method 2 - Observation of Interventions with Service Users

Assessment Method 3 – Knowledge Test

Future Opportunities

On completion, the Apprentice could move into a further vocational qualification or alternatively progress into management. Roles that would be ideal employment consultants, housing officers, IAG advisors, and support worker.

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