What options can I choose?
|Health and Social Care||Intermediate, Advanced|
What job will I be trained to do?
Depending on the level of apprenticeship, you could train as:
- residential care worker
- community and primary care worker
- hospital worker
- home care or home help
- customer care worker in the housing sector
- private care worker
What will I learn?
You’ll learn a combination of theory and practical skills to demonstrate your understanding and competence in the workplace. Day-to-day activities could be:
- helping people with daily tasks
- transporting people safely
- helping doctors or nurses
- helping in hospital wards or in people’s homes
What qualification will I have?
Depending on which course you take, you’ll have an award or a certificate.
How do I complete the course?
You’ll be assessed through assignments or a portfolio.
What can I do next?
On successful completion, you will be equipped to progress into a job in your chosen area. The apprenticeship employer will also give you a reference that shows your next employer that you’ve got the required skills.