Become an Apprentice
What is an Apprenticeship programme?
Want a great start to your career? An apprenticeship could be the answer.
What is it all about?
Apprenticeships are jobs with accompanying skills and development that are designed by employers. These develop technical knowledge, skills and behaviours which include the capabilities for the application of English, Maths and interpersonal skills that are required for current and future aspirations within the sector. Development is acquired through a blended mix of 20% off the job training and 80% workplace skills.
If you are just starting your career in Social care and want to learn more or been in your job and want to specialise or move up in your company. An apprenticeship maybe the opportunity that you are looking for. With the right advice and guidance we can help you to achieve your aspirations. The apprenticeship programmes are designed for those in employment to develop themselves into a more rounded and enable people to prepare, develop and progress with endless opportunities’.
1. Duration 12 – 15 months
2 Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
3. Care Certificate
4. Functional Skills English at Level 1/2 or equivalent
- Two exams and speaking and listening assessments
5. Functional Skills Mathematics at Level 1/2 or equivalent
- One exam covering two components
6. Level 2 Diploma in Care
- Reflection of Practice
- Confirmation of Readiness
8. End Point Assessment (EPA)
- Situational Judgement Test
- Professional Discussion