We work with employers to offer young people roles in the workplace to help them gain the right skills through qualifications, apprenticeships and training programmes. These apprenticeships are for you if you want to progress into a job in the health and social care sector, such as caring for disabled people.
~ Includes work experience ~

Age group

16-18, 19+

What options can I choose?

Health and Social CareIntermediate, 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.

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