Youth Work Level 2 and 3, Apprenticeships

College

Hull

Qualifications required

Apprenticeships are available to anyone aged 16 or over who is in employment in a related area and wishes to further their skills. There are no formal entry requirements although you will need to demonstrate that you can achieve all elements of the programme, complete an Initial Assessment to a standard required and to complete the Functional Skills test. You will also need to demonstrate an interest in youth work.

Course Length

1 day per week over a minimum of 1 year.

Venue

Queen's Gardens

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Youth Work Level 2 and 3, Apprenticeships

Description

A Hull College Apprenticeship programme offers you the opportunity to develop both theoretical and practical skills which are designed to complement your own work based training.  This will enable you to become skilled and effective team members.

The course of study is based on an attendance of 1 day per week for a minimum of 1 year, leading to a Level 2 certificate of Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice.

As an Apprentice you will also need to study Functional Maths and English and ICT as well as personal learning and thinking skills.  You will have the use of Hull College’s learning facilities and each training programme will be tailored to your individual needs.

Each programme consists of the Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Children and Young People’s Settings, as well as 4 mandatory:

Level 2
• Understanding Youth Work Principles and Practice
• Safeguarding Young People in Youth Work Setting
• Youth Work Principles, Knowledge and Skills in Work-Based Practice

• Supporting the Provision of Information
and Advice to Young People

Level 3
• Understanding Youth Work Principles
and Practice
• Understanding Intervention Strategies in Youth Work Setting
• Understanding Principles, Knowledge and Skills in Work-based Practice in Youth
• Work
• Work-based Practice in Youth Work

In addition you will choose optional units most suited to your workplace and particular interests.  Units are assessed through gathering work-based evidence, observations of working, professional discussions and written reports.  Apprentices are usually expected to attend sessions at the college 1 day per week for tutorials, functional skills lessons and planning
of work-based assessments.

Additional Information

Employers can take on Apprentices who are employed and paid £2.65 per hour upwards depending on age and agreements.
Contact:

Carolyn Waudby on 01482 598944

or

email:

carolyn.waudby@hull-college.ac.uk

To apply for this course, please contact Hull College

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