If you would like to work in Health & Social Care, then we have the right training and links to local organisations. Gain the skills you need and earn a wage during your apprenticeship.
- Improve your ability to communicate easily with people of all ages.
- Gain more confidence and get qualified.
- Earn while you learn in a rewarding career you enjoy.
Apprenticeships take a minimum of 12 months to achieve and are a recognised and valued training programme that offers qualifications and a career head start.
Today, more than ever, employers see an Apprenticeship as a positive step in your career path. You will learn on-the-job with the one to one support of a qualified and experienced assessor, building up knowledge and skills, gaining qualifications and earning money at the same time!
Qualifications higher than Level 2 can also be funded with an advanced Learner Loan.
Could this be the right career for you?
Do you enjoy spending time with older people?
Are you a good listener?
Could you support people with learning difficulties?
If your answer is “yes”, then you can choose between the following courses:
Intermediate (Level 2) in:
- Adult Care Worker (new standard starting from April 2017)
Advanced (Level 3) in:
- Lead Adult Care Worker (new standard started on 1 May 2017)
“You are able to work at your own speed, also knowing that guidance from the assessor is always there.”
EmilyCarrington House, Wincanton
In 2014, the most popular apprenticeship was health and social care.
82% said their apprenticeship had improved their ability to do the job and 79% said that their career prospects had improved.
Some of our Level 3 and higher level courses can also be purchased. However, if you are over 19 years old, you might be eligible for a Learner Loan covering the course cost. To find out more click here.