What is an Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship combines academic learning with work based practical application. This is a real job with work-based training programmes enabling people to improve skills and provide progression opportunities. Apprenticeships are no longer focused on the ages 16-24 years old; it is now open to people of all ages with varied levels of previous qualifications.
Apprenticeships in healthcare include both clinical and non-clinical roles. The duration can take anything from one to four years to complete depending on which level of apprenticeship you are completing.
Below is the link to research different apprenticeship standards that are in development or ready to use:
What is the Local NHS Apprenticeship Hub: Coventry & Warwickshire?
Health organisations and businesses have been working within Coventry and Warwickshire to create an 'Apprenticeship Hub' which is made up of those who sit on the Coventry and Warwickshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) https://www.england.nhs.uk/integratedcare/stps/view-stps/coventry-and-warwickshire/.
The Apprenticeship Hub have created this website for you to explore and learn about the variety of opportunities offered in your area within the healthcare sector and give you some guidance on searching and applying for an apprenticeship within the healthcare sector.
Please explore the website and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions!