L&D Level 3 Apprenticeship
RQF Level: 5
Total credit value: 42 credits
Develop your L&D skills
Our L&D Practitioner Level 3 apprenticeship is aimed at apprentices who would like to further develop their CIPD L&D skills, contributing to and influencing improved performance at an individual, team and organisation level.
Typical responsibilities include:
Identifying learning/training needs
Designing/sourcing training and learning solutions
Delivering and evaluating training
Working with stakeholder/business area managers
Entry requirements are set by the employer but may include five GCSEs, including English and Maths. If you don’t have English or Maths at Level 2, you’ll need to achieve this before taking the End Point Assessment.
You’ll also need to demonstrate that you can meet the standard of work for a CIPD Learning and Development Level 3 qualification. Entry requirements are set by the employer but may include five GCSEs, including English and Maths. If you don’t have English or Maths at Level 2, you’ll need to achieve this before taking the End Point Assessment.
You’ll also need to demonstrate that you can meet the standard of work for a CIPD Learning and Development Level 3 qualification.
What to expect during your apprenticeship
Becoming an effective L&D practitioner
L&D and the organisation
Identifying L&D needs
Your apprenticeship will involve a blend of learning, encompassing a combination of workshops and online meetings, along with supporting resources including webinars, engaging online videos, PDF resources and activities. Checklists and practice quizzes will allow you to integrate and retain what you have learned.
Your CIPD Learning and Development Level 3 programme will include:
Live online workshops
24/7 access to our VLE and your e-portfolio
Regular 1:1 meetings with an expert adviser
Unit study guides
Access to our learning bites webinar series
End point assessment preparation
How long does the apprenticeship last?
The CIPD Learning and Development Level 3 apprenticeship is an advanced apprenticeship which is the equivalent of two A-Levels.
It lasts approximately 18 months with an additional five months for the End Point Assessment.
The programme is split into four main phases which include an induction, core modules, End Point Assessment preparation and the End Point Assessment.
How will I be assessed?
Your 20% off-the-job training will be assessed throughout the programme and will be based on the Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours (SKBs) you develop. You’ll also have quarterly progress reviews. An End Point Assessment takes place once you have completed all the on-programme requirements of the apprenticeship and is an assessment of the Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours.
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