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THE ADVICE AND GUIDANCE QUALIFICATIONS ARE DESIGNED FOR ANYONE WHO WORKS OR WANTS TO WORK IN ADVICE AND GUIDANCE ROLES.

Do you work in Advice and Guidance? Do you want to become an Advisor or Guidance Officer? Do you want to gain a Qualification as a Advisor or Guidance Officer? These qualifications are designed to equip learners with the skills and knowledge needed for Advice and Guidance roles.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

You will need to be working within Advice and Guidance settings and be in an employed or voluntary position. You are required to work within a paid or voluntary position within this sector for a minimum of 10 – 12 hours a week.

WHAT DOES THIS COURSE COVER?

St Vincent College runs a roll on, roll off programme throughout the year, running for 12 months where each individual learner receives support from an allocated Assessor. Assessors work with learners on a one to one basis in the workplace where regular contact is provided to support you through your qualification.

COURSE TIMINGS

12 month course

PROGRESSION

Progression and Possible Careers: Connexions adviser, Business link adviser, Citizens Advice Bureau staff member, Advice provider within educational institutions, Counselling provider, Careers Advisor.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

You must be 19 or over to access this course.

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