Apprenticeship courses are available for both new and existing staff and include clinical and non-clinical programmes of work and study.
Over the last few years the range of apprenticeship programmes has grown considerably. Apprenticeship programmes are now available for a wide range of healthcare roles including to Nursing, Nurse Associate, Practice Management and GP Assistant.
Training Hubs work with practices to support new and existing staff onto apprenticeship programmes as well as access funding to support education costs through levy- transfer.
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