Apprenticeships are structured national training programmes supported financially by the government, which give your staff a chance to work towards a qualification.
Apprenticeships can be used as part of your business plan to help you achieve a future proof workforce. They are employer driven: you know best when it comes to the skills and knowledge required for your services.
Please see below apprenticeship opportunities for health and care staff;
- Business Administration – Level 3
- Community Health and Wellbeing Support Worker – Level 3
- Customer Service Specialist – Level 3
- Learning Mentor – Level 3
- Healthcare Support Worker – Level 2
For more information, please email: email@example.com and we will be delighted to answer any questions you may have.
Trainee Nursing Associate Programme
Every year HEE London has a mandate from DHSC to enrol a number of nursing associates onto programme.
Trainee nursing associates (tr) NA’s have been introduced to help build the capacity of the nursing workforce and the delivery of high-quality care while supporting nurses and wider multidisciplinary teams to focus on more complex clinical duties.
Funding is provided initially at the start of the 2-year programme and then again after the 12-month retention data whereby the funding will be adjusted for year 2 based on how many TNAs are still on programme.
TNA Support Funding:
Support funding is paid to the employing practice, through the training hub. Available for each TNA apprentice on the full TNA programme in London.
TNAs Cohorts from April 1st, 2022 – March 31st, 2023: The following applies:
• £8,000 o (£4,000 per year over two years) Trainees who are working at least 50% of their practice time in an NHS Learning Disability Services (Payment is £7,900 per year for two years): £15,800.
New TNAs commencing on programme from April 1st, 2023 – March 31st, 2024. The following applies:
£8,000 o (£4,000 per year over two years) Trainees who are working at least 50% of their practice time in an NHS Learning