Learning And Development Practitioner Level 3
The L&D Practitioner role supports the learning and development (L&D) function to contribute to, and influence, improved performance in the workplace at an individual, team and organisation level. L&D Practitioners are typically involved with identifying learning/training needs, designing/sourcing training and learning solutions, delivering, and evaluating training, and working with stakeholder/business area managers. The role focuses on the practical delivery of training in a specific expertise and competence. L&D Practitioners link the learning within their area of responsibility to business objectives and performance, understanding the learning cycle and working by it. The role can be more specialist, with a focus on and requiring in-depth expertise in a specific area of L&D such as learning design, e-learning or digital/blended learning. The L&D Practitioner is future focused, understands the business context/culture and has a good grounding across the whole training and learning cycles.
The delivery of the programme will be through a blend of online learning, video tutorials, virtual classrooms, 1-1 coaching and practical learning opportunities.
All learning will be supported by dedicated Learning Practitioners.
When you have completed all of the agreed learning and achieved the required exams, you will be invited to attend a gateway meeting to discuss readiness for end point assessment (EPA). If no further learning is identified, you will progress through to EPA. You will be assessed against the requirements of the standard and awarded a final, overall grade for your apprenticeship.
If you do not currently hold English and maths qualifications at level 2, you will undertake Functional Skills at Level 2 as part of your apprenticeship programme.
You are entitled to 20% of your working hours away from your job to complete work towards your apprenticeship programme. Your Learning Practitioner will support you and your employer to measure and record this across the whole of your apprenticeship.