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University-Level Prospectus | HIGHER & DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS


CARE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT APPRENTICESHIP (STANDARD) - LEVEL 5


3 YEARS AB129


The adult social care sector is steadily expected to grow its number of employees, needing a minimum of two million workers by 2025, giving apprentices great potential for a career in a growing sector.


The majority of these roles are at operational level, for which the Adult Care Worker and Lead Adult Care Worker Standard is suitable. However, this Higher Apprenticeship is to support workers at a higher level, so they can meet service and delivery demands and lead/manage the workforce. Higher apprentices will be working as managers of staff and/or services in general residential and non-residential settings.


This apprenticeship framework contributes towards developing a social care sector with a skilled, flexible and effective workforce, whilst maintaining high quality and safe care for those who use services. The programme covers topics such as promoting professional development, safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults, recruitment and selection, and understanding professional management and leadership. You will also undertake a research project.


During this apprenticership programme, you will complete the Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services, awarded by City and Guilds.


PROGRESSION


You may progress from this programme onto further qualifications specific to your work context. Higher apprentices can also move to other parts of the sector, for example from adults’ advanced practice to adults’ residential management. You may also move to the children and young people’s workforce sector or the health sector.


HUMAN RESOURCE CONSULTANT APPRENTICESHIP (STANDARD) - LEVEL 5


AB179 2 YEARS


AT66


HR professionals are required to perform to a high standard to ensure that resources are managed as efficiently as possible, that staff are retained and released where appropriate, and that policies are adhered to. It is therefore important that current and future HR professionals are equipped with the right skills to remain competitive in the workplace.


By combining on and off-the-job learning, those undertaking a Higher HR Apprenticeship will develop insights into their organisation’s business challenges and capability needs, and will therefore be more effective in applying their knowledge to support their organisation’s goals.


This programme is aimed at those working in HR officer or assistant HR manager roles and offers a new route to Associate Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).


Higher apprentices will cover key modules such as Developing Professional Practice in Human Resource, Understanding the Business Context of Human Resource, Understanding the Contemporary Human Resource Function and Using a Research Approach in Human Resources.


You will complete the Level 5 Certificate in Human Resource Management as part of this programme. This qualification is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).


PROGRESSION


Successful apprentices could continue to progress via a number of opportunities, such as CIPD Level 7 Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management, undergraduate and post graduate degrees in HR management or business-related areas, various HR manager/advisor roles or through membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).


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