This Level 3 Apprenticeship is the entry route for a career in Human Resources (HR). Some typical responsibilities may include: • handling day-to-day queries • providing HR advice • using HR systems to keep records • providing the business with relevant HR information • working with the business on HR changes • working on a range of HR processes, varying from transactional to relatively complex issues (from recruitment through to retirement). HR Support professionals deliver front-line assistance to managers and employees. They take ownership for providing advice on a wide range of issues, using company policy and current law.
Applicants must be 16 or over and living in England. The selection criteria for recruiting an apprentice for an HR Support vacancy is the choice of the employer.
With the support of the college, an apprentice be supported to achieve the following evidence to successfully pass the apprenticeship gateway. This will include: • a minimum of 12 months on-programme training • certificates for Level 2 English and Maths qualifications • HR qualification certificates (optional for Level 3). Where no qualification has been completed, the training provider should issue a statement of knowledge. • statement of endorsement by the employer • 250 words summary of proposed Consultative Project. When an apprentice has successfully completed the gateway, they will move on to the end-point-assessment. End Point Assessment As part of the assessment process, an apprentice will need to complete: • A Consultative Project • A Professional Discussion. Through the Consultative Project and the Professional Discussion, an apprentice will be assessed against the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for Level 3. Both types of assessment are managed by an experienced Assessor. Grantham college has an excellent reputation for providing Employer support and works in partnership to ensure a professional partnership.
All apprentices have to complete an end-point-assessment to complete their apprenticeship. An apprentice will work with their employer and college to decide on whether they are ready for their end-point-assessment. To check whether an apprentice is ready for end-point-assessment they need to go through the 'gateway'.
On completion you can progress onto a Higher Level apprenticeship or full time employment.