Apprenticeships offer structured training and lead to nationally-recognised qualifications.
They are a brilliant way to learn and at the same time be in full time employment. An apprenticeship will help you gain invaluable experience and develop the key skills that the Trust is looking for in a real work environment.
Apprenticeships can take anything from one to five years to complete depending on the level.
Apart from learning in the workplace, you may go on day or block release to a training centre or college and you will work towards a competence qualification (based on what you can do in the workplace) and a knowledge qualification, or a qualification combining both elements whilst developing your skills, including English and maths.
Apprenticeships are available at four levels:
- Intermediate apprenticeships - follow work-based learning towards level 2 – equivalent to GCSEs level/level 2 qualifications
- Advanced apprenticeship - follow work-based learning towards level 3 – equivalent to A-levels/level 3 qualifications
- Higher apprenticeships - follow work-based learning towards levels 4,5,6 & 7 – equivalent to a foundation degree and above
- Degree apprenticeships - follow work-based learning towards levels 6 & 7 – equivalent to a full bachelor’s or master’s degree
Entry requirements will depend on the type and level of apprenticeship.
Popular apprenticeships in our Trust include but are not limited to:
- Customer Service
- Business Administration
- Team Leading
- Adult Care Worker
- Healthcare Support worker
- Nursing Associate
If you would like to know more about apprenticeships in the Trust please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if you would like to apply for an apprenticeship with us please visit NHS Jobs to see our latest vacancies.