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Learning an Healthcare Apprenticeship for the NHS is a great way to learn something new and gain new skills and knowledge. This article covers everything you need to know about applying for an Apprenticeship in health care for the NHS. We will cover how to apply, entry requirements and have a look at whats included in the course.
So you might be asking, What is an Apprenticeship?
- An apprenticeship is a course training that can be offered by employers which can then lead to gain a nationally recognised qualification in NHS health care.
- Apprenticeships provide you with a journey into hundreds of different career choices. Including some of the many organisations such as the NHS healthcare.
- Apprenticeships can take up to 4 years to complete.
- Anyone above the age of 16 not in full time education can do an Apprenticeship.
- You are working towards completing a qualification by working at the same time as studying. Both go to your qualification.
- 16 , 18 and 19 Year old if you are studying your first year of apprenticeship in health care. You will receive the national minimum apprentice wage of £3.40 an hour. If you have done your first year you are entitled to full minimum wage. Most employers provide more pay than the current minimum.
Entry Requirements for Health Care.
Employers always want to know if your can cope with the work that you will have to complete. The entry level requirements for an apprenticeship in healthcare NHS will depend on the employer and the level in which you wish to study. For example if you wanted to do a level 4 apprenticeship you will need four to five GCSE’S at grades of C TO A. Please note that some entry’s require learners to do an entry level test.
Hundreds of different health care jobs to choose from provided by the NHS. If you wish to find out more please feel free to give us a call or send us an email and we will be more than happy to find the right Health care apprenticeship for you.