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Health and Social Care Apprenticeships
Health and Social Care (England)

Framework – FR03067

Apprenticeship Information

The Health and Social Care framework covers job roles such as care workers, personal assistants, domiciliary care workers community, support and outreach workers, supervisors, senior care workers in adult social care and for example healthcare assistants or clinical support workers in the health sector. It's suitable for those working in the NHS, with private health care or social care providers, local authorities and voluntary organisations.

Level 2, Pathway 1: Adult social care

Level 2 (Pathway 1) – Intermediate Apprenticeship for Adult Social Care

Level 2, Pathway 2: Health

Level 2 (Pathway 2) – Intermediate Apprenticeship for Health

Level 3, Pathway 2: Health

Level 3 (Pathway 1) – Advanced Apprenticeship for Adult Social Care

Health (Clinical Healthcare Support) (England)

Framework - FR02995

Apprenticeship Information

This Apprenticeship Framework provides the skills and knowledge required to become competent in supporting Health Professionals (eg doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, healthcare scientists, paramedics) to provide clinical healthcare.

Apprentices are employed as clinical healthcare support workers/healthcare assistants/emergency care assistants and work alongside Health Professionals providing patient care in a range of settings. Apprentices gain the new skills and learning they need to carry out these job roles as well as preparing them for future employment and career progression within the health sector.

This work-based programme was designed and developed with employers.

Level 3, Pathway 1: Advanced Apprenticeship in Health (Clinical Healthcare Support)

Level 3 (Pathway 1) – Apprenticeship in Health (Clinical Healthcare Support)
What are Apprenticeships?
As employees, apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job, usually on a day-release basis, apprentices receive training to work towards nationally recognised qualifications. Anyone living in England, over 16 years-old and not in full-time education can apply.

Apprenticeships can take between one and four years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship, the apprentices’ ability and the industry sector. The minimum salary is £2.73 per hour; however, many apprentices earn significantly more.

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