Health and Social Care Apprenticeship Level 2 and Level 3

This apprenticeship covers a wide range of job roles and you will learn aspects of social care and health care. Social care is about helping people with a particular need, such as the disabled, the elderly or people with learning disabilities. This could mean working in the NHS, the private sector, local authorities or in the voluntary sectors.

This apprenticeship covers a wide range of job roles and you will learn aspects of social care and health care. Social care is about helping people with a particular need, such as the disabled, the elderly or people with learning disabilities. This could mean working in the NHS, the private sector, local authorities or in the voluntary sectors.

This type of care usually takes place in the home or in care homes or out in the community, and can include anything from helping people get dressed to transporting them to and from a residential home or taking them shopping. As an apprentice in social care, you could be a personal care assistant helping someone in their everyday life.

This qualification develops the basic knowledge needed when working with adults in the social care sector. It covers the role of the social care worker, safeguarding, communication, diversity, equality and inclusion, and personal development.

Diploma units will cover aspects such as safeguarding, person centred care, health & safety and communication in health and social care settings.

The advanced apprenticeship is aimed at those working in supervisory care roles such as senior care assistant, care co­ordinator or supervisor within the organisation.

The level 3 diploma will cover aspects such as communication, person centred care, safeguarding, personal development and health and safety etc.

The main difference between a level 2 Apprenticeship and a level 3 Apprenticeship for Health and Social Care is the level of responsibility you will hold and the role you will work.

You have three routes to choose from ­ Generic touches on Dementia and Learning Difficulties or you can choose Dementia or Learning Difficulties routes.

A*-G GCSE Grades
Ability to complete an entry assessment and interview.
We work with a large number of partner organisations who can provide employment as part of our apprenticeships. During the interview you will be able to find out more on how we can help and support you in finding employment.

On completion of the Apprenticeship, you will have the opportunity to progress onto the Advanced Apprenticeship programme or employment. This could then lead to further qualifications such as NVQ Level 4, HNC or a degree.

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Venue: Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
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Duration: 12 – 18 months (Full Time)

Course ID: Health and Social Care Apprenticeship Level 2 and 3

Start Date On-going