This apprenticeship covers a wide range of areas, including supporting individuals with their physical and emotional care, daily living activities, and healthcare procedures.
The qualification has generic, dementia, and learning disabilities pathways and gives real-world experience for those wishing to work in a supervised role with adults in health and social care settings.
If you wish to work in a supervised role with adults in health and social care settings, this qualification covers a wide range of areas, including supporting individuals with their physical and emotional care, daily living activities, and health care procedures. This qualification has generic, dementia, and learning disabilities pathways. Units include:
- The Role of the Health and Social Care Worker
- Person-Centred Care, Duty of Care & Safeguarding
- Equality and Inclusion
After successful completion of this Apprenticeship there is good scope for progression. You may move up through levels of work, for example, from care assistant to key worker.
You will benefit through regular contact and support from teaching staff.
There are no formal minimum entry requirements for this framework. If you don’t have GCSE English and Maths, you will still be eligible to apply, provided you complete an initial BKSB assessment and achieve at least Entry Level 3.
If you have not achieved Maths and English at grade C/4, you will be required to take Functional Skills alongside your apprenticeship.
Apprentices will have the opportunity to progress to the Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care and Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care when their role progresses to senior carer.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct, the College accepts no liability for any errors or omissions. Please note that details are subject to change without notice with regard to the provision of courses, course times and dates and the fees and charges levied.
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