Apprenticeships are linked to a recognised occupation, involving on and off-the-job training and a final assessment at the end of the apprenticeship. This offers a new route into many of the occupations in the health and care sector.
There are now different entry points into occupations so you could start on a level 2 (equivalent to GCSE) and progress to degree or even masters level. Apprenticeships provide a clear development pathway for individuals looking to progress their career via a work-based route.
With over 350 roles within health and care, there is a wide range of clinical and non-clinical apprenticeships available, some of which are shown below.