Get in to a rewarding career, helping people at difficult times in their lives with an Apprenticeship in Health & Social Care. As a qualified health worker or care worker, you could pursue a career working in the NHS, private sector, UK local authorities, voluntary sectors or care homes.
So, what does a Health & Social Care Apprenticeship involve?
A Health & Social Care Apprenticeship involves providing care for a specific group of people which could be; adults, children, the elderly, families, those with mental ill health or disabilities, or alcohol and drug dependent individuals. You’ll get to work and train alongside experienced staff about your responsibilities in this sector, providing high quality care through a person centered approach, health and safety and gain knowledge of dementia, cognitive issues and mental health. Your Apprenticeship could lead to a career as a:
• Healthcare Assistant
• Social Work Assistant
• Youth Worker
• Healthcare Support Worker
• Mental Health Worker
• Family Support Worker
Once qualified you could expect to earn between £12,500 to £25,000, depending on the route you wish to take.