Nursing degree apprenticeships are being developed in 2017.
Other apprenticeships offered by organisations that provide NHS healthcare are suitable for work with other types of employers too, such as those in construction, facilities, business administration, logistics and management. There are many more.
Are you considering taking someone on work placement or as a volunteer?
If you have high staff turnover for entry level positions, our sector routeway could help. Lots of people are employed with little or no experience of social care. This means they don’t always know what to expect from the job and leave in the first few months.
Employing staff through a sector route-way allows them to try social care before they commit to a permanent position.
It helps them to gain the skills, experience and confidence they need, meaning you will find more informed recruits who will stay for longer.
This section explains how we’ve worked with Jobcentre Plus to apply the sector route-way across different pre-employment opportunities.
It also focuses on the role of sector-based work academies and traineeships.
Three toolkits are also available for NHS organisations looking to set up or improve their work experience programmes. The three toolkits cover provide useful information for those staff working in NHS organisations, GP surgeries and dental practices.