This apprenticeship is an occupational qualification for learners who work in Healthcare Support roles in England. The qualification contains a range of units that assessors can map with employers to form a qualification to reflect your competence in your specialist area. This could include; clinical care, health navigation, care of older people, learning disability support and community support.
You will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week and will be provided with 6 hours per week by your employer to support your training and development needs.
You will train on the job and gain additional qualification including the care certificate to support your development. A qualified assessor will support this development once a month as pre-arranged with you and your employer.
You will undertake a final assessment with an independent assessor who will grade your apprenticeship achievement as pass, merit or distinction.
On successful completion of this course, you could progress into further training including a foundation degree here at South Devon College or higher level study in other clinical or social areas such as the Lead Practitioner in Adult Care or Leadership and Management in Adult Care, providing you are in a suitable job role.
The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship gave me the opportunity to meet other leaders from the local area and widen my experience and network. The course gave me an all round management qualification, allowing me to widen my strategic thinking and develop my staff. Mark Andrews
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We currently offer a wide range of apprenticeships in various sectors including: childcare, management, hairdressing, marine and many more. Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16.
We deliver a range of Higher Apprenticeships which offer a unique way of developing professional level, job specific skills while remaining in employment and earning a salary.
A supportive learning environment is available for all students including, free or discounted travel options, careers advice and more. We take pride in matching apprentices of all ages to the right job and employer.
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