The Apprenticeship and Jobs Growth Wales+ Programmes, led by the Welsh Government, are supported by the European Social Fund
Apprenticeship L3 Community Development
The Apprenticeship in Community Development enables people to work collectively to bring about positive social change. This long-term process starts from people’s own experience and enables communities to work together to: determine community needs; carry out monitoring and evaluation; organising community events; engage communities in environmental action; publicity and marketing for community organisations.
Level 3 Diploma in Community Development
This Framework includes the following components
- Level 3 Diploma in Community Development
- Essential Skills Wales Communication
- Essential Skills Wales Application of number
- Essential Skills Wales Digital Literacy
Typically, 18 months
Typical job roles
- Community Development Worker/Coordinator
- Community Development Manager
(Each of this titles may also include Engagement, Participation, Liaison, or Involvement) – working in a variety of sectors such as community development, housing, health, homelessness, or play and be related to project based or ongoing services.
Community Development Workers/Managers work within community groups, identify their needs and support community-based projects in housing, health, homelessness, or play. They will work to promote increased awareness of social inequality and diversity within communities.
Delivery model: How are apprenticeships delivered?
Each learner is different, which is why we use a range of delivery options – face-to-face support, online learning – within our programmes.
- Apprentices are supported by a Training Advisor
- Apprentices complete work projects, applying learning to their role
- Expert tutor supports development of skills and knowledge
- Learning and progress is managed and tracked online