This level 3, credit 3 course aims to provide those working as job coaches to support young people with the skill, knowledge and ability to support young people with differences, disabilities or disadvantages to transition positively into paid employment, training or voluntary work.
This course will enable you to...
- Understand the role and responsibilities of job coaching
- Understand the use of job coaching in a specific context
- Be able to provide support for an individual undergoing transition into employment.
The training will cover...
- Evaluation of the skills and qualities require for a job coaching role
- Exploration of the ground rules for a job coaching relationship
- An analysis of how personal values, behaviours, attitudes, emotional awareness and the environment, can impact on the jog coaching role
- Exploration of the ways to build relationship with an employer as part of the coaching role
- An analysis and insight into the impact of job coaching on an individual’s learning, development and progression
- Assessment of the ethical, legal and organisational requirement of a job coaching role
- Transition planning with an individual to include job training and support to an individual
Awarding Body: Agored Cymru
Title: Job Coaching – Supporting Transition into Paid or Voluntary Work
Level: 3 (A Level Equivalency)
Credit: 3 (30 Notional Hours)
Cost, assessment and accreditation
The cost of this course is £155 per participant, that will also include the accreditation.
There will be assessment tasks to accompany each session which will be accessed and submitted on Youth Cymru’s Training Moodle. Assessment task will be a combination of written tasks accompanied by portfolio building to evidence the practical application of skills and evidence to support the transition planning with an individual. To complete the practical portfolio assessments participants will be required to provide job coaching support.
You will have access to tutor support in the writing or your assessment throughout the course
Tutor - Julia Griffiths
Julia have over 25 years’ experience of working in the youth sector in Wales and the UK, including working as a job coach, enabling young people far from the job market to transition into employment, training and voluntary work. Qualified to master level in coaching and mentoring, Julia has worked in FE and HE for 20 year and currently works as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University, supporting students to achieve qualifications through distance learning. Julia is the Joint CEO for Youth Cymru, having started as the Training Manger in 2010. She leads on designing training and development of programmes based on the needs of partners and commissioning from organisations and individuals. She has extensive expertise in the delivery of training courses and programmes both online and face to face, producing training materials, courses and programmes linked to wider organisational operations and manages the organisation’s accreditations services and curriculum.