Learning Mentor Level 3

  • Total cost per candidate
    (Levy Employer): £5,000.00
  • Employer 5% contribution once Levy exhausted or Non Levy Employer £250.00
  • End Point Assessment Cost
    (Paid by Yuzu): £750.00
  • Duration: 12 Months
  • Level: 3
  • End Point Assessment Centre: iCQ

Who is this course suitable for?

The Learning Mentor apprenticeship is ideal for a person working in a trainer or assessor role that wishes to become qualified and able to deliver training and support to candidates enrolled on courses.

Learning Mentors collaborate closely with colleagues, other ETS professional, employers and/or human resource colleagues to meet learners’ needs and achieve their potential.

Role Profile (what the successful candidate should be able to do at the end of the Apprenticeship)

Mentoring is – and has been for centuries – the foundation of vocational training and apprenticeships, yet this standard is the first formal recognition of this role.  Nowadays, mentoring takes place in all parts of the Education and Training Sector (ETS) and staff-development contexts. Learning Mentors support learners of all ages, and all levels, to develop within a new work role.  These learners may be, for example, apprentices, trainees or new recruits (ranging from young entrants, to new CEOs) in the workplace, or in any vocational learning environment. 

Learning Mentors will have sector-specific experience and qualifications, as determined by their employer or professional body, which they use to guide and advise those who are less experienced and new to a work role. The Learning Mentor is therefore a ‘dual professional’ having both up-to-date knowledge and skills in a specialist vocational or subject area, together with the generic skills necessary to support learners (as potentially a first step towards a secondary role as an education and training professional).     

Learning Mentors therefore support the development of learners’ knowledge, skills and behaviours, throughout their programme, particularly in applying theoretical learning in practical work environments (and usually on a one-to-one, or small group, basis). They give practical, technical and/or pastoral support and guidance.