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Pathways to Level 4 and Beyond

Online CPD opportunity for organisations working with young people

When is it?

Sessions will be delivered virtually from 3:30-4:30pm and will take place on:

Series 1

Module 1: Wednesday 22 November 2023

Module 2: Wednesday 29 November 2023

Module 3: Wednesday 6 December 2023

Series 2

Module 1: Wednesday 21 February 2024

Module 2: Wednesday 28 February 2024

Module 3: Wednesday 6 March 2024

How to Book

To book a place, please click the sign-up button below.

(Please note, we require a minimum number of attendees to run these sessions. You will be notified if there is a problem with your booking.)

An accredited interactive online CPD training series for youth practitioners, covering the different educational pathways available to young people aged 16+.

The Pathways to Level 4 and Beyond online CPD series is designed to give professionals the information and knowledge to support discussions with young people, about their education and future choices. The series comprises the following modules:

Module 1 | An Overview of Level 3 and 4 Pathways – introducing the array of different options available to young people aged 16+

Module 2 | The Apprenticeship Pathway – covering the different levels and types available, how to find apprenticeships, the application process and more

Module 3 | The University Pathway – covering the application process, admissions, student finance and support available

Where possible, we would encourage you to engage in all three modules which work to form the complete Pathways to Level 4 and Beyond series. By completing all three modules, you will be awarded with a CPD accredited certificate which may count towards any CPD training hours that you are working towards.

Practitioners working with young people

It is expected that professionals who engage in this workshop will be able to better support students who are considering their next steps for post 16 (Level 3) and post 18 (Level 4) study. Therefore, benefitting those working with students from Year 9 through to Year 13.