If you are over 16, either a school leaver or someone looking to advance their career, an apprenticeship may be the route that you should take to achieve your career goals.
An apprenticeship enables you to train ‘on the job’, so you can ‘earn while you learn’ and accrue industry recognised qualifications as you go, as well as the skills and knowledge employers (and parents) demand.
Level 2 practical based qualification and the development of functional skills at level 1 in Maths & English and if relevant ICT. There may also be a relevant knowledge-based qualification if the framework requires it.
Level 3 practical based qualification and the development of functional skills at level 2 in Maths & English and if relevant ICT. There may also be a relevant knowledge-based qualification if the framework requires it.
Level 5 practical based qualification and the development of functional skills at level 2 in Maths & English and if relevant ICT. There may also be a relevant knowledge-based qualification if the framework requires it.
For those who already work within the care sector and are looking to develop their skills further to move into first line management or for those who are looking to move into higher management roles then the Management Apprenticeship is definitely the right next move for you.
If you are interested in working with babies and young children under 5 then a ‘Children and Young People’s Workforce apprenticeship may be for you. This course offers a great opportunity for school leavers who are looking to embark upon a career within the Early Year’s sector, as well as those who already work in the sector but are looking to develop their skills and gain a recognised qualification to learn whilst earning a salary.
These apprenticeship qualifications are ideal for anyone working in a customer facing or administrative support role within a care setting.
The Apprenticeship qualifications offer a wide range of available units so can be completely tailored to your role; Busy Bees are experts in the care sector and our qualifications are created to be completely relevant to your role.
By completing a Business Administration apprenticeship you will gain all the skills you need to be a vital and reliable member of the team.
If you work, or would like to start a career within the adult care sector, then an Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care is the right choice for you.
These Apprenticeship qualifications are relevant to those with a career in the following sectors:
· Elderly Care
· Mental Health
· Learning Disabilities
· General Health Care
If you are working in a Management role within a Health and Social Care setting:
The Level 2 Diploma in Team Leading (QCF) has been designed for those who have responsibility for the work of others as a team leader.
It is suitable if you are entering a management role, or if you have the ability and the opportunity to demonstrate recognisable management and leadership skills, for example, providing leadership for a team, encouraging innovation, allocating and checking work.
This qualification recognises the skills and competencies in the workplace and provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge needed for a career in management and leadership. The units encompass a broad range of competencies from the management and leadership sector.
If you are currently working with children in a ‘playwork’ setting, such as a ‘before and after school club’ or play scheme, and are looking to enhance your skills, or you are looking to work in a playwork setting then a Playwork Apprenticeship could provide the right steps for you.
If you are a school leaver, interested in creating nutritious and delicious menus and daily meals in the care sector, then this could be the right apprenticeship for you. This apprenticeship is also available if you currently work in a kitchen within a care environment.
The customer service apprenticeship is ideal for anyone working in a role that is customer focused within the care sector.
The customer service Apprenticeship develops the skills, knowledge and behaviours to provide high quality service and care to customers through many interactions including face to face, telephone and social media.
If you are currently working within the children and young people in a residential care environment and are looking to enhance and develop your skills then the Residential Childcare apprenticeship is for you. The apprenticeship will aid you as a practitioner for working with children, young people and families, including carers, to achieve positive and sustainable change to the lives of children.
If you work within a school setting, supporting children in their learning in the classroom a Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Apprenticeship is for you. The apprenticeship ensures that you have the skills, knowledge and behaviours that teaching Assistants need to work in Primary, Special and Secondary education across all age ranges encompassing special educational needs and emotional vulnerabilities.