Youth Justice Practitioner Apprenticeship Standard
The Youth Justice Practitioner Standard was developed to provide a recognised and robust pathway for those supporting young people throughout the justice sector. It provides a broad and detailed curriculum that balances legislative knowledge, practical skills associated with engagement, relationship management and planning, as well as development of softer skills and behaviours that are essential within this niche area of employment.
At Intelligencia Training, we fully evaluate all apprentices prior to induction to programme and develop a pathway that is bespoke to each individual, being relevant to both sector and their organisation. With a huge breadth of experience, whilst working in the justice, security, intelligence and investigative sectors, our staff are well placed to deliver bespoke programmes to Youth Justice Practitioners and have value added modules within the curriculum that ensure capable and well rounded practitioners
The typical training period for the learners on our Youth Justice Practitioner Apprenticeship is 18-22 months and consists of classroom/outdoor based delivery sessions on either our premises or client sites as desired. We utilise technology for delivery as well as live actors and role relevant locations to enhance the learning experience.
Specific modules for study are defined within employer scoping and learner skill scan.
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- Module 1A – Advanced Safeguarding (safeguarding considerations, developmental needs, risk of harm, influencers, behaviours, PREVENT)
- Module 1B – Advanced Safeguarding (minority groups, transition, barriers to engagement)
- Module 1C – Safeguarding Practical – working with vulnerable young people
- Module 2 – Factors of consideration in offending, re-offending and promotion of desistance.
- Module 3 – Mental Health and Wellbeing (wellbeing and mental health considerations, strategies negative influences)
- Module 4 – Youth Justice Legislation (Key legislation, sentencing considerations, youth justice system policy and process)
- Module 5 – Youth Court Processes and court etiquette (preparing and understanding court-based attendance).
- Module 6 – Application of Critical Thinking, Assumption and Bias (Forming professional judgements through the application of critical thinking, identification of assumption and elimination of bias)
- Module 7 – Emotional Intelligence
- Module 8 A&B – Relationship Based Practice, Partners, Service Providers and multi-agency working (to include assessment and planning tools appropriate to children in the youth justice system).
- Module 9 A&B – Programme Design and Implementation – scenario based sessions in which learners must identify opportunities, present and report write.
- Module 10 – Risk Management (contextualised risk management identification, analysis and mitigation techniques)
- Module 11 A&B – Effective communication to include listening skills and influence to Build Relationships.
- Module 12 – Digital and Cyber Risks – Data Protection
- Module 13 – Mock EPA