CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILY PRACTITIONER - LEVEL 4
Children, Young People and Families Practitioners work to achieve positive and sustainable change in the lives of children, young people and families. Working alongside other professionals and organisations, you will share the responsibility for improving outcomes. Each case assignment with a child or family will be different; you will exercise judgement on a range of evidence-based approaches to inform your practice and regularly evaluate the effectiveness of your methods and actions. There are two pathways available to achieve this apprenticeship:
EMPLOYERS INVOLVED IN CREATING THE TRAILBLAZER STANDARD
Boots UK, Centrica, Institute of Customer Service, Accelerator Solutions, bpi.recycled products, BT, E.On Energy, Osborne Property Services, Capita, Northern Power Grid
COURSE DURATION: 15 MONTHS
Fully Funded for 16-18 yrs
Employer contribution 5% 19+
Employers decide the entry requirement typically:
■ 5 GCSEs (A*- C) including English and Maths
Level 2 English and Maths can be included in the programme if not achieved before starting the course.
■ Undertake the Disclosure and Barring Service process
COURSE OVERVIEW AND LEARNING
The course is delivered on-site by an allocated personal tutor and tailored to the individual's place of work. Apprentices will work in a child or family workplace setting and will learn a range of skills to manage various situations and exercise judgement through a variety of evidence-based approaches.
■ Practical Observation and Q&A
■ Competence Interview (with accompanying Portfolio)
On completing the apprenticeship, you will be awarded a Certificate of Higher Education, which means you will have a higher education qualification that will allow you to progress onto a Level 5 course.