Apprenticeships

An Apprenticeship is a combination of on and off the job learning and development. We run monthly classroom sessions to deliver the knowledge your staff need to develop their skills.

To achieve an Apprenticeship you must complete:

  • Math Functional Skill
  • English Functional Skill 
  • Care Certificate
  • Diploma (NVQ) in Health and Social Care (Adults)
  • Apprenticeship Standards (end point assessment)

The Apprenticeship Standards are two-page documents listing the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed for being competent in your role.
These have to be assessed throughout and the result graded at the end of the Apprenticeship by somebody independent (end point assessment).

What are the benefits of my staff completing an apprenticeship? Apprenticeships have lots of benefits, 88% of employers who hire apprentices believe that Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce (source: National Apprenticeship Service). 

Apprenticeships are for existing and new staff. They are a cost effective and low risk way for you to grow your workforce and help improve the recruitment and retention of staff. They give apprentices a chance to gain work experience and earn a wage  whilst achieving a nationally recognised qualification.

Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Programmes We Offer

  • L2 Health & Social Care: Adult Social Care
  • L2 Adult Care Worker
  • L3 Health & Social Care: Adult Social Care
  • L3 Lead Care Worker

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