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Learning and Development Practitioner – Level 3 Standard

This new standard is currently under development by the Learning and Development Trailblazer Employer Group (L&DTEG) which has a wider group of over 100 members. The group is Co-Chaired by Paul Cadman and Emma Horne of Walter Smith Fine Foods LTD. For more information regarding the L&D Standards please contact the secretariat service at secretariat@ws-elp.co.uk

Information on the current standards in Development can be found via the link below along with points of contact for the group:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/apprenticeship-standards-in-development

Occupational / Role Profile:

L&D Practitioners are typically involved with identifying learning / training needs, designing / sourcing training and learning solutions, delivering and evaluating training, and working with stakeholder / business area managers.  The role focus is often on the practical delivery of training. The L&D Practitioner will typically have expertise and competence in their specific field whether it be technical, vocational or behavioural (e.g. use of software, food preparation, working in teams). They link the learning within their area of responsibility to business objectives and performance, understanding the learning cycle and working by it. The role can be more specialist, with a focus on and requiring in-depth expertise in a specific area of L&D such as learning design, e-learning or digital / blended learning. Whichever of these is an area of focus; the L&D Practitioner is future focused, understands the business context / culture and has a good grounding across the whole training and learning cycles.

 The L&D Practitioner role typically exists in a wide range of organisations including private, public and third sector. The L&D Practitioner role supports the learning and development (L&D) function to contribute to, and influence, improved performance in the workplace at an individual, team and organisation level.  Typically, the role would work alongside colleagues who specialise in Human Resources (i.e. employee relations, reward, recruitment) often supported by an L&D Administrator (more junior role) and report to an L&D Business Partner / Consultant / Manager. L&D Practitioners often work with Subject Matter Experts in different parts of the business.

 

LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT APPRENTICESHIP PRACTITIONER STANDARDS PDF FILE
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