Level 5

Course Overview

In organisations of every size and sector, a People Professional will take centre stage, steering agendas to meet strategic goals, with the role encompassing a broader remit within smaller businesses. They’re responsible for driving recruitment, developing talent, managing payroll, supporting positive employee relations, and ensuring legal compliance.

The purpose of the occupation is to support the business to meet its objectives through the people agenda and relative initiatives. People expertise will be used to provide advice, views, and challenge to the business, enabling the role to be involved in a wide range of projects and tasks. In their daily work, an employee in this occupation will give specific advice and coaching on the interpretation of applicable policies and employment law to the business.

In this role, you’ll interact with staff at various levels of the business, as well as internal and external stakeholders. The ability to communicate, influence, and negotiate will be key to your success.

What & How you'll learn

End Point Assessment​

The End Point Assessment (EPA) will only commence once the Employer, Apprentice, and Protocol Consultancy Services are confident that the apprentice has developed all the knowledge, skills, and behaviours defined in the apprenticeship standard. Evidence of this will also be visible throughout the progress review meetings and records. The independent EPA ensures that all apprentices consistently achieve the industry-set professional standard. The EPA can commence at any point once the apprentice is competent and after the twelve-month minimum period of learning and development. However, before the independent EPA can take place, the apprentice must have completed their functional skills components in English and Maths.

four staff members working as a people professional and collaborating to create policy for the business
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Learning Requirements:

This apprenticeship requires the development of the following professional duties:

Off the Job (OJT)

The apprentice must receive off-the-job training for a minimum of 20% of the time they are paid to work.

There are many activities that can be calculated towards the OJT Hours, Such as:

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People Professional
Level 5