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Children, Young People and Families Manager – Level 5

As a Children, Young People and Family Manager you will ensure direction, alignment and commitment within your own practice, your team(s), your organisation and across partnerships to help children, young people and families aspire to do their best and achieve sustainable change.

24-30 months
Mainly in workplace
Theory & Practical

Entry Requirements: There are no entry requirements, however you will undertake an Initial Assessment to ascertain your suitability for the apprenticeship. If you do not already have GCSE C or 3/4 grades in Maths and English you will be required to complete and achieve Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship.

Course Info

As a Children, Young People and Family Manager you will ensure direction, alignment and commitment within your own practice, your team(s), your organisation and across partnerships to help children, young people and families aspire to do their best and achieve sustainable change. You will build teams, manage resources and lead new approaches to working practices that deliver improved outcomes and put the child, young person or family at the centre of practice.

You will learn:

  • How to maintain and develop a leadership style that sets the ethos, aims and approach to the work
  • Manages the application of professional judgement, standards and codes of practice
  • Create a strong sense of team purpose
  • Models an ethos that actively promotes equality, resilience, dignity and respects diversity and inclusion
  • Develops and delivers good quality supervision practice and decision making
  • Demonstrates evidence based practice and models the effective use of up to date research and theories
  • Identifies and manages risk
  • Monitors, evaluates and improves the working environment to ensure it is safe

Teaching

  • 1:1 & group meetings in the workplace or college
  • 20% off the job learning (e.g. internal training, independent study, research)

Your training officer and guide you through your apprenticeship and plan delivery to work around you and your job role. They will visit you in the workplace to support you with your course work and evidence collection and to conduct progress reviews with you and your employer. You will still be expected to continue to work, attend college and submit work during college holidays and your training officer will still be available to you.

There is a mandatory requirement for you to be given 20% of your apprenticeship time to complete off job learning. It is important that your employer is supportive of you on your learning journey and ensures that you are giving this time during normal paid working hours.

Throughout your apprenticeship you will be preparing for your end point assessment which is conducted by an external assessment organisation. You and your employer will agree when you can pass into the gateway and begin your end point assessment components:

  • Situational judgement test
  • Competency Interview

Functional skills, if required, can be completed on your college day release with the functional skills tutors or in the workplace with your training officer.

 

Entry Requirements & Interview Process

There are no entry requirements, however you will undertake an Initial Assessment to ascertain your suitability for the apprenticeship. If you do not already have GCSE C or 3/4 grades in Maths and English you will be required to complete and achieve Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship.