Fail, Pass or Distinction
This occupation is found in informal settings such as youth clubs, activity-based projects and social action projects; or more formal settings such as schools, Early Help or youth offending. It can be found in local authority, charity, private or voluntary organisations. Youth support workers may work in more specialist settings such as schools, alternative education provisions, hospitals, youth justice environments or within the social care system. They may also work in a supporting role with young people aged 11-25 to promote their personal, social and educational development.
Maximum funding: £4500
Apprentices will need to achieve the following mandatory qualifications:
- Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice
- Level 2 English and Mathematics
Typical duration to Gateway: 18 months
The two methods of assessment are:
- Observation with questions
- Apprentices must submit a portfolio of evidence to underpin the professional discussion
The assessment plan can be found here.
Get in touch to find out how to register
For further information on registering your apprentices on this end-point assessment, contact our team by email or by calling 0115 854 1620 .