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Apprenticeship training course

People professional (level 5)

Providing People Professional expertise within a company or organisation.

Qualification level
5
Equivalent to higher national diploma (HND).
Typical duration
22 months
Apprenticeship category
Business and administration
Maximum funding
£11,000
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
Also known as
  • Diversity and inclusion manager
  • Employee relations consultant
  • Hr business partner
  • Hr consultant partner
  • Hr generalist
  • Hr manager
  • Hr pay and reward
  • Organisation development consultant
  • Rewards consultant
  • Talent manager.
  • Wellbeing consultant
Skills
Skills an apprentice will learn
  • Communicate information through appropriate channels to enable key stakeholders to understand what is required.
  • Build and manage multiple and diverse stakeholder's relationships.
  • Advise on application of policy, regulation, and law for HR issues.
  • Use data and metrics to mitigate areas of risk and highlight opportunities.
  • Negotiate with and influence stakeholders to support achievement of business and organisation objectives.
  • Present insight and conclusions on workforce issues or people process failures.
  • Enable stakeholders to deliver people solutions. e.g., through negotiation, providing guidance.
  • Lead and improve people capability within the business.
  • Manage and deliver people related business and change projects.
  • Handle and process people data according to legislative requirements.
  • Embed organisational people policy to promote a diverse and inclusive culture with stakeholders.
  • Analyse financial implications of people solutions ensuring value for money.
  • Support the delivery of people strategies using technology and innovation in accordance with regulations and policies.
  • Make decisions on people policy and issues raised, escalating concerns outside own area of responsibility.
  • Use prioritisation tools e.g., priority matrix to manage workload, and deliver against business objectives.
  • Challenge matters which conflict with ethical values or legislation.
  • Contribute to the development of people policies and procedures or people initiatives.
  • Interpret people and management data, from both internal and external sources to identify trends.
  • Educate and support stakeholders to deal with wellbeing issues.
  • Benchmark to improve people policies and procedures, or people initiatives.

Full information on People professional (level 5) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.

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