Apprenticeship Advisor

  • Apprenticeship Reference: 1159073619-2
  • Date Posted: 7 November 2023
  • Apprentice Employer: Maze 8 Solutions Ltd
  • Location: London
  • Apprentice Pay: £17.00 Per Hour
  • Bonus/Benefits: Umbrella, PAYE available
  • Apprenticeship Sector: Teaching and Education
  • Apprenticeship Type: Temporary

About this Apprenticeship

Apprenticeships Adviser

London based

£17 p/hr umbrella (PAYE available)

Full time

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Our client, a leading provider of education services, is looking for an Apprenticeships Adviser to provide apprenticeship careers advice, guidance, support and training to individuals and groups of young people in schools.

Job objectives:

  • Produce tailored careers information, advice and guidance to meet the needs of young people including vulnerable groups and those with special educations needs and disabilities (SEND)
  • Produce action plans and record information where appropriate.
  • Plan and deliver small/large group sessions/events on a range of careers-related topics as required.
  • Take a proactive and highly visible approach to developing working relationships with other professionals both internal and external, including providing feedback, agreeing priorities and reviewing arrangements.
  • Manage information by maintaining paper and electronic records to the required standards, sharing information appropriately, all within the boundaries of confidentiality and with regard to GDPR legislation.
  • Attend events as required and plan and deliver programmes of work which successfully involve parents/carers so that they are able to contribute to and support the progression of their child into learning and work.
  • Work with colleagues and partner agencies, including schools and colleges to plan and implement appropriate strategies. Maintain contact with clients in order that they enter and successfully sustain their learning.
  • Develop and maintain personal and professional effectiveness and standards of work in accordance with the CDI Code of Ethics through participation in progress/performance review processes, attending relevant meetings, training and support and activities.
  • Promote diversity and equality of opportunity as part of delivering effective information, advice and guidance.

Person specification:


  • An understanding of and a commitment to, equality of opportunity for all
  • Knowledge of the local labour market and issues relating to learning and employment
  • Demonstrate an up-to-date knowledge of legislation and statutory requirements of working with young people
  • Detailed knowledge of relevant developments in Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance
  • Demonstrate professional commitment to children s rights, equal opportunities and diversity
  • Have a detailed knowledge of education, employment, training and personal development opportunities that are available for young people
  • Understanding of working with young people and their careers aspirations


  • Will have worked with young people preferably in a school setting
  • Will have worked in a collaborative team setting and built/maintained effective relationships
  • Will have experience in CEIAG in any setting

It is essential you have a clean DBS within 12 months or on the update.