Certificate in Information, Advice and Guidance

This course aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of the key principles of information, advice and guidance. The qualification is designed for individuals who are looking to work in roles such as careers advice, peer mentoring, or housing support. You will cover interaction skills, signposting and referrals, as well as how to manage information and work within existing networks to deliver IAG.

The course consists of the following units:

  1. Information, advice or guidance (IAG) in practice
  2. Developing interaction skills for IAG
  3. Signposting and referral in IAG
  4. Managing Information
  5. Operating within networks to support IAG

Entry requirements: Level 2 in English or equivalent

Format of Course Materials: Paper-based

Assignments: A portfolio of evidence

Exams: None

Prison support requirements: Support completion and submission of assignments

Tutor support: Yes

What’s next: Understanding Coaching and Mentoring Level 3 (NEC

Find out more: From NCC directly here 

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