Learning and development apprenticeship

Learning and development apprenticeship

The Learning and Development apprenticeship is designed for those interested in the training/learning and development/work-based learning industry.

Encouraged by Government initiatives aimed at re-skilling and up-skilling the national workforce, involvement in training and developing others in the workplace is a growing field of employment. It is often the case that skilled personnel are required to train others without themselves receiving training in how to train. This apprenticeship has been developed to redress this balance and would give you recognition of the skills of the workplace trainer. This apprenticeship would also be for you if you were wishing to take on a wider training role and move on eventually into management.

At the end of your apprenticeship, you could be working in a stand-alone training organisation, in a corporate training department or as an in-house stand-alone trainer. An apprenticeship in Learning and Development would also provide a sound basis to undertake further learning and development of your career.

Level:

Advanced (Level 3)

Starting salary (once qualified):

£15,000–£18,000

Job roles:

Training development officer, Training officer, Learning centre supervisor, Assessor/Verifier, Work-based learning co-ordinator, Learning and development advisor, Skills trainer/Instructor

Issuing Authority:

Skills for Justice – www.sfjuk.com