Benefits of an Advice & Guidance Qualification

Benefits of an Advice and Guidance Qualification

Oracle can offer you a Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Advice and Guidance, which can be a starting point for a career in advice and guidance or just an additional qualification to enhance your current job. This flexible course can be useful for a range of sectors and provides many benefits. In particular this can be delivered in your workplace on a one to one basis or in a group, using blended learning through our online platform and face to face visits.

This qualification can support your existing career or be a standalone qualification to enhance your skill set.

Advice and Guidance is an important skill to have for many different industries, such as:

  • Careers guidance
  • Government Agencies such as Connexions
  • Youth work and youth justice
  • Schools, colleges, training providers and universities
  • Prison services
  • Trade unions
  • Charitable and voluntary services
  • Housing
  • IAG partnerships and human resource departments
  • Health and social care environments

Not only can this qualification be applied to a wide variety of careers, but it also benefits both the employer and the learner in many ways.

Benefits for the learner:

  • Promote benefits of learning and problem solving
  • Help individuals to address and overcome barriers to learning
  • Allows learners to understand clients and their requirements better to assist them and tailor the services provided
  • Improve skills to ensure effective communication and how to minimise difficulties when communicating with clients

Benefits for the organisation:

  • Support clients in making realistic and well informed choices
  • Be able to provide guidance within various services through negotiation, liaison and referral
  • Ensure your customers gain awareness about the opportunities available to them
  • Able to explore options clearly with a client, taking into account their needs and how best to meet these needs, which leads to creating loyal customers
  • Able to identify barriers for the client and understand how to overcome them, then communicate this with them
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