Health and Social Care (Adult Settings) Apprenticeships

BB Training Academy offers Adult Care Apprenticeships at Intermediate (Level 2) and Advanced (Level 3) levels.

Addressing the term Apprentice:

Most of us hear the word apprentice and automatically assume that this refers to someone aged 16-18 and may receive a lower hourly rate of pay.

However, an Apprenticeship has no age limit (excluding retirement age).

We currently work with established care settings and offer a comprehensive combined recruitment and training service. Due to this, you can expect to receive the same rate of pay as your peers and you will benefit from the support of an OUTSTANDING training provider to enable you to excel in your career.

In short, our apprenticeships are no different (in terms of your employment and structure of qualification) as you would expect to receive / or may have received previously (for those who have already obtained their Level 2 in Health and Social Care).

These Apprenticeships would be ideal for those employed in the following roles (including but not limited to):

· Home Care

· Residential Care (all setting types such as residential, nursing or EMI)

· Supported Living

· Support Work

· Specialist settings (such as environments who cater solely for those with autism or learning disabilities)

· Personal Assistants

 

 

Adult Care Worker Level 2

This Apprenticeship is ideal for those who are new to the profession, those who have recently commenced their career in Health and Social Care or those already established in the sector who wish to formalise their practical experience with a nationally recognised qualification.

What does this Apprenticeship include?

· The Care Certificate

· Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)

· Functional Skills Level 1 in Maths and English (if not already achieved)

You will also be required to have commenced working towards Functional Skills Level 2 in Maths and English and to have made at least one attempt at the assessments.

How long does it take?

· 12 months

What are the entry requirements?

· There are no formal entry requirements for this Apprenticeship, however, you must be employed in an adult care setting

· You must be able to obtain a satisfactory DBS check (Data Barring Service)

The Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) assesses the development of knowledge and skills relating to the health and social care sector and is made up of 100% vocational units. This course is made up of 46 credits, 24 of which are mandatory units. The remaining credits are spread out over two optional groups which will give the Apprentice the opportunity to tailor their qualification to their specific environment.

 

 

Lead Adult Care Worker Level 3

This Apprenticeship is ideal for those who are already established within the profession or those who have recently achieved their Level 2 qualification. It is most suited to staff working in a supervisory capacity in a Health and Social Care role and who have a higher level of overall responsibility within their setting.

What does this Apprenticeship include?

· The Care Certificate

· Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)

· Functional Skills Level 2 in Maths and English (if not already achieved)

How long does it take?

· 18 months

What are the entry requirements?

· There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification, however, you must be employed within an adult care setting in a supervisory capacity

· You must be able to obtain a satisfactory DBS check (Data Barring Service)

The Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) qualification assesses the development of knowledge and skills relating to the health and social care sector. This qualification is made up of 100% vocational units. This course is made up of 58 credits, 28 of which are mandatory units; the remaining credits are spread out over two optional groups which will give the learner the opportunity to tailor their qualification to their specific environment.

 

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