Careers, Information and Advice Level 4

Apprenticeship, GCS Training
Level 4
Work-based
18 months
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Overview

Our Careers, Information and Advice apprenticeship is fully-funded, and is for those who provide impartial information and advice to clients on learning, training and career opportunities. Learners could be working in roles such as job coaches, careers assistants, learning and development support, and employment related services. 

As part of the apprenticeship, both the mandatory and optional units will be assessed as an evidence based e-portfolio, which will include knowledge and competency based activities. These can include work-based case studies, witness statements, observations, personal statements and knowledge questioning.

Mandatory units

•    Preparing to work in the career development sector
•    Reflecting on practice and continuous professional development
•    Meeting the career-related information needs of clients
•    Career choice theories and concepts to support clients
•    Interact with clients to determine their need for career guidance and development

Optional units

•    Preparing to work in the career development sector
•    Reflecting on practice and continuous professional development
•    Meeting the career-related information needs of clients
•    Career choice theories and concepts to support clients
•    Interact with clients to determine their need for career guidance and development

Key information

Course Delivery

The apprenticeship can begin at any point in the year, and is delivered for groups and/or individuals via a blended learning approach through Teams/Zoom/Skype as appropriate. The learners will typically have sessions and meetings with the tutor assessor every 3 to 4 weeks.

 

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