Level Five Learning and Development Consultant/Business Partner Apprenticeship

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What will I study?

Technical expertise in the use and deployment of: theories and models that underpin effective adult learning, different learning culture schools of thought. Legislation and policies that influence learning design. Change management methodologies. Principles of Project Management. Consultancy tools and techniques.

Business Understanding: organisational vision, mission, values, strategy and stakeholders. Internal and external markets. Links between learning and human resources and business performances. Stakeholder mapping. Measuring the impact and return on investment of learning within the organisation.

Management information and technology: Collection of data to analyse learning needs, impalement effective delivery and measure outcomes and impact. Identifying sources, trends and anomalies in data. Shaping internal information systems and the role they play in supporting learning. How technology supports learning delivering, including digital platforms and delivery channels.

Skills within the areas of: Consultancy, Developing a learning Culture, Budget and Resource Management, Facilitation Skills, Relationship Management.

How will I be assessed?

As an apprentice you will complete a development programme which will prepare you for the end-point assessment (EPA). This on-programme development phase will typically take 18 months to complete. You will complete a Learning Journal which your employer will finally sign off - confirming the demonstration of competence against the skills, knowledge and behaviours across the apprenticeship standard. Your learning journal will be submitted to an End-point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) and you will undertake two separate assessments - one being a project with a professional discussion, and other being a presentation and Q and A based on your learning journal, that taken together will synoptically test knowledge, practical skills and industry behaviours in an integrated way at the end of the apprenticeship.

Entry requirements

You will have Level 2 English and maths prior to the start of the programme.

Additional information

For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.

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