This level 3 apprenticeship is designed to the support the identification of training needs to meet organisational objectives.
Babington’s NextGen Apprenticeships
Introduction to the course:
This programme is designed for those that are involved in the identification of learning and training needs and will design or source appropriate training that meets the organisational needs. The role of a L&D Practitioner may contribute to a specific field using their expertise linking learning to their area of responsibility.
Other roles may be more specialist with a focus on specific areas of learning and development, including, learning design, e-learning or blended learning. All practitioners should contribute to, and influence, improved performance within the workplace.
Learners will develop their understanding of the foundation level theories that underpin effective learning and group behaviour whilst exploring the impact different learning delivery channels have when contributing to effective learning.
By understanding the latest learning practices practitioners will be able to identify and analyse learning needs, design, construct and structure training resources to meet a variety of needs developing their skills to be able to facilitate, monitor and coach leaning to achieve the learning objectives.
Learners will be assessed through on-programme learning, developing their learning journal, before progressing to the end point assessment where they will be required to complete submit a work based project implementing a learning and development solution to a real business problem. Learners will also be required to complete a presentation supported with questions and answers
Learners must achieve Level 2 English and Mathematics before completing the programme.
A good fit for
Those supporting the learning and development function or working alongside HR departments to establish organisational learning and development plans.
Future job roles
- Learning and Development Manager
- Subject Matter Expert
- Talent Manager
On completion, learners may be eligible to apply to become an Associate member of the CIPD. This programme supports ongoing professional development where learners may chose to complete the Level 5 Learning and Development Consultant/Business Partner apprenticeship.