Health and Social Care Apprenticeships

What is it like to be an apprentice and what are the benefits to employers?

The health and social care sector offers a wide variety of job roles such as the NHS and private sector, local authorities, management, leadership and care work. An apprenticeship combines real work experience with learning and training – making it an attractive stepping stone for many learners.

Health and social care organisations are keen to attract and train motivated learners whilst reducing skills shortages and future-proofing their business. Apprenticeships aren’t just for school leavers. Anyone can earn while they learn, adding skills and qualifications to an existing role or yielding career progression.

The Benefits to Employers

Recruiting and training is an added expense for employers, however without investing in the necessary skills and qualifications your organisation could be at risk. There is a number of key benefits to recruiting an apprentice with the most prevalent being cost containment:

  • Potential funding through an employer's digital account or government/employer co-investment
  • A skilled and loyal employee
  • Develop or upskill – reducing skill gaps and shortages
  • Future-proof your organisation

Courses are available for intermediate, advanced and higher apprenticeships in health and social care (please click on a link for further reading and advice):

Support and Guidance

Whether you are looking to create or develop an apprenticeship programme, TRN can help. We deliver training to the highest national standards - working in partnership to meet the needs and goals of your organisation. Combining expertise with experience, we create innovative and effective ways to deliver your training with minimal impact on your day-to-day business. Employers keen to exploit the advantages of apprenticeship training can enjoy government funding and incentives – which we can manage for you, keeping the process clear and cost-effective.

For learners, we promise a solid understanding of your needs and goals and tailor a learning programme to meet them. Whether you are beginning your career or boosting it, TRN can help.

An equal opportunity training provider – TRN promotes equality and diversity, innovation and learning, and are responsive to employer needs whilst supporting the economy.
To learn more about apprenticeship programmes within health and social care, please get in touch with one of the TRN team.

You can access government guidance on apprenticeships here.