Certificate in Employability Practice (Level 3)
The Level 3 ‘Certificate in Employability Practice’ will support you to develop towards a professional standard in employability work and practice, supporting your career development in this field. The course has been designed by the sector standards organisation for employability and is widely recognised in the sector, being accredited by The Institute of Employability Professionals in partnership with the Awarding Body NCFE.
The Certificate in Employability Practice is made up of four units comprising 16 modules:
- Unit 1 – Contracting, action planning and caseload management
- Unit 2 – Interpersonal coaching and facilitation skills
- Unit 3 – Supporting informed decision making
- Unit 4 – Finding and competing for work
Course Dates: 8th November 2022- July 2023
- Residential induction of 2 days 8th November 2022 (arrival by 12pm) to 9th November 12pm at William Booth College. This is followed by 9 months blended learning involving:
- An average of 6-8 hours training per month- for example, online classes, small group workshops or independent completion of online modules
- An average of 8 hours per month working on assignments, independent reading and liaising with your assessor
- 1 day completion and final submission support day at WBC towards the end of the course July 2023 -date TBC
Learning Hours: The qualification takes an average of 148 hours to complete, but could be more or less depending on progress and prior experience.
Entry requirements: Completion of Institute of Employability Professionals (IEP) Accredited Sector Level 2 Induction. You also need to be currently working with a case load of clients for employment focused support. If you have any questions about these requirements, please contact us.
Accreditation: The qualification is accredited by the Institute of Employability Professionals.
Assessment: The assessment will consist of written assignments and a portfolio of evidence.
Who Should Apply?
Those engaged in employability work.
Note: Should an employee/officer book a place on a course but then subsequently fail to attend or complete the course, repayment of cost of the course will be charged to the department/appointment concerned (recoverable from the individual) (Policy CS04 Sect 6.5).