These qualifications are designed for those who identify and agree learning aims and programmes for individuals and who are developing training sessions for learners. They may be involved with delivering training and development in the workplace or in training establishments. Learners will cover: developing a strategy and plan for learning and development, identifying the learning and development needs of the organisation, and to creating a climate that promotes learning.
At level 3 learners need to complete 11 units, seven of which are mandatory:
Evaluating and developing your own practice
Identifying individual learning aims and programmes
Agreeing learning programmes with learners
Developing training sessions
Creating a climate that promotes learning
Monitoring and reviewing progress with learners
Responding to changes in learning and development.
After initial interview to determine suitability for the programme, candidates will be allocated a fully qualified assessor with long term experience in the Health and Safety sector. Your assessor will arrange one to one meetings with you to observe and assess the evidence you have produced toward your qualification. You will produce a set of portfolios containing this evidence along with supporting statements whilst full and continuous guidance will be given every step of the way.
Delegates who are successful in completing the full programme will be awarded a certificate in Occupational Health & Safety at level 3. If you wish you can obtain a certificate for unit accreditation to cover any units you do complete which do not make up the full programme.