The role of a Learning and Development Practitioner is to identify, create and deliver appropriate training for the needs of the business and it’s employees. As a learning and development professional, you will understand the importance of continuous professional development, and an apprenticeship is a fantastic way to get the skills you need to work effectively in your role.
Helping to ensure that employees at all levels of your business have the training needed to support their roles is at the heart of your role, and we can help you do it even better.
Typical roles that this apprenticeship will support are:
Learning and Development Coordinator
Junior Learning Technologist
Learning & Organisational Development Officer
Communication and Learning Coordinator
Typically, you will have expertise in your area and the apprenticeship will be tailored to you and your specific expertise. The programme will provide you with the theories that underpin effective adult learning, learning delivery channels, how to identify and analyse learning needs and design the necessary training and resources.
Our Personal Tutors will deliver high-quality face-to-face learning and coaching and provide all the resources you will need to progress quickly. Our intuitive learner management system ‘Bud’ will really bring the subject to life through interactive learning tools, access to complementary online resources and relevant social communities, as well as provide real-time information so that you will always know where you’re at in your learner journey.
This apprenticeship will develop your knowledge, skills and behaviours in the following areas:
Becoming a Learning and Development Practitioner will set you up for a great career within a variety of Learning and Development roles. If successful on this apprenticeship, you may be eligible to apply for Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or any other professional body that recognises this apprenticeships in its membership criteria. Joining these organisations ensures you are always developing and staying on top of the latest trends, methods and technology available in your field.
If you’re interested in starting your Talent Management career with Paragon Skills, we can help you get there. Get in touch today!
We used the levy to improve retention. In our sector, staff turnover has been historically high, but now our own management numbers in particular are much more stable and there are far fewer HR issues.
This apprenticeship has been designed to give you the required training to become an effective Recruitment Resourcer.
In addition to identifying and attracting candidates, you will become a well-rounded recruitment team member identifying new business opportunities, liaising effectively with candidates and the wider business, whilst ensuring all processes, procedures, codes of ethics and legislation are adhered to.
The role of a Learning and Development Practitioner is to identify, create and deliver appropriate training for the needs of the business and it’s employees.
As a learning and development professional, you will understand the importance of continuous professional development, and an apprenticeship is a fantastic way to get the skills you need to work effectively in your role.
Whether you’re already in a recruitment role and want to move up, want to upskill in your existing role, or want to hone your skills and change to a career in recruitment, this apprenticeship is for you.
As a Learning Mentor you will work within the learning and development provision of a business.
Collaborating closely with your colleagues and other industry professionals, utilising your knowledge and experience to guide and advise employees who need your assistance.