These are a fantastic way for staff to develop in their role if the role expands or they need to learn new knowledge, skills and behaviours as they develop their carer. Staff who are new to post, or who are internally promoted, often find that completing an Apprenticeship Education Programme supports their transition into the new role. For example, if an experienced administrator has now become an office manager they may find the Leadership Level 3 programme supportive, or if a clinical member of staff now needs to work on service improvement activities, they may find the Improving Operating Performance Level 3 very useful.
With 614 apprenticeship standards to choose from nationally the development opportunities are plentiful. Whether it is a Coaching qualification, Service Improvement, Training, HR, Finance, Project Management, Leadership, Plumbing or Pest Control, Health, Scientific degree, Admin or Customer Service, there really is something for every health and social care role.
Health and Social Care in LLR also benefits from having its own main training provider through the UHL Apprenticeship and Development Centre. This means that programmes are tailored to the needs of our workforce and enables us to co-create new programmes for cohorts of health and social care workers that incorporate the national standards. Find out more by sending a direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Apprenticeship Education Programmes click here: Pathways – HASO (skillsforhealth.org.uk)