Whilst undertaking your Adult Care Worker Level 2 Apprenticeship, you will be working with and learning from experienced health & social care workers, during which time you will be continually gaining valuable work experience, demonstrating your knowledge and skills and earning a salary whilst you learn.

Why choose an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer, earn a wage and gain valuable workplace skills.

What will the course cover?

There are mandatory units along with optional units from which a selection can be made. Here is a list of closely aligned themes for the apprenticeship:

  • Communication
  • Personal Development 
  • Equality and Inclusion
  • Duty of Care
  • Safeguarding and Protection
  • Role of the Health and Social Care Worker 
  • Person-Centred Approaches 
  • Health and Safety
  • Handling Information 

After completion of mandatory units, the apprentice must evidence that they have completed an induction based on the standards of the Care Certificate, achieved in the mandatory qualification, show evidence of the relevant behaviours and have passed their maths and English at a Level 1. During the last month of an apprenticeship, the apprentice will need to complete a self-assessment.

Once all this has been completed apprentices will need to complete and end-point assessment. This will include a 60 question test based on scenarios in care. The apprentice will also be required to undertake an interview with an independent assessor.

How long is the course?

Intermediate (Level 2) - Between 12-18 months

To find out more or register then please either see our Contact Page or call 01246 235 208

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