Health and Social Care Apprenticeships

Health and Social Care Apprenticeships provided by BCE combine on and off the job learning and development. An apprenticeship is made up of five components:  A Diploma in health and social care (which you may know as an NVQ), the care certificate, and functional skills in English and maths and the end point assessment. Our classroom sessions deliver the knowledge your staff require to develop their skills. Assessment is on-going and the end grade is given by an independent appointed person – an end point assessor.


Health and Social Care Apprenticeships for New and Existing Staff Members

BCE has extensive experience within the Social Care sector. We have a passion, and drive to help people deliver high quality care. We offer quality training in most aspects of Health and Social Care. We only use the best specialist trainers ensuring you receive high quality training.

Apprenticeships have many benefits. Apprenticeships have been proven to motivate the workforce. Key facts about apprenticeships’ Education & Skills Funding Agency Statistics show that:

  • 75% of employers reported that the apprenticeship had helped their business to improve the quality of their service
  • After finishing 77% stay with the same employer – good staff retention
  • 92% of apprentices in work felt their apprenticeship had had a positive impact on their career

For these reasons, they are aimed at not just new staff members but all existing members of your workforce of any age. They are a cost effective way to skill and grow your workforce. Apprenticeships provide experience and a nationally recognised qualification whilst allowing your employees to earn a wage.

Some of the things Apprentices will learn

  • adult care practices, principles and standards - including care planning, duty of care, professional boundaries and individual dignity and respect
  • supporting individual physical and mental well-being to help people live as independently as possible - including individual control and choice and person centred care
  • safeguarding - including addressing personal rights and safety, dealing with abuse, comments and complaints and whistleblowing
  • communication skills - including active listening, showing empathy and verbal, non-verbal and written communication
  • health and safety practices and standards within a care environment - including dealing with accidents, fire safety, hazardous substances and infection control​

Pay the Apprenticeship Levy?

We have nationwide coverage contact us today for more information on how you can access and use your Levy funds.

Health and Social Care Apprenticeships | Apprenticeships in Health and Social Care
Health and Social Care Apprenticeships | Apprenticeships in Health and Social Care

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