WHAT IS A WORK-BASED LEARNING PRACTITIONER?
We provide learners with valuable support, assessment opportunities and learning experiences to enable them to become valuable, enthusiastic members of their workplaces.
We combine theory with practical and blended learning to inspire learners to be creative, take initiative and make the choices that are right for them.
Our high levels of expertise make us excellent role models and mentors. We identify and support learners' needs, monitor their progress and share our feedback to help them grow.
Our work ranges from teaching vocational skills and qualifications, coaching and mentoring and assessing skills and knowledge. No matter how we’re delivering it, we are driven by our passion to see learners succeed and grow as individuals.
THE QUALIFICATIONS YOU WILL NEED
A work-based learning practitioner should hold the necessary qualifications and experience needed to work in their chosen field. Although not compulsory, practitioners may also obtain a PGCE in post compulsory education and training (PCET) or equivalent, which is a professional teacher education programme providing a qualification in the post compulsory education and training sector. Practitioners will also need an assessing qualification and may choose to work towards an Internal verifiers award.