Apprenticeships

There's a whole host of help and support, both practical and financial, available to employers either taking on a new Apprentice, or putting one of their existing staff members through the framework to access RQF (NVQ) training.

Taking on an apprentice is a great way of growing your business - either to skill up existing workers or to find, recruit and train completely new staff. Please note that Apprentices must complete (or evidence recent prior learning) of Functional Skills in Maths and English (for Health and Social Care Apprentices). Age, working hours, residency and other restrictions apply. 

If you are a in adult social care, and just want funding for a 'Diploma only', without the restrictions that go with the Apprenticeship, why not look at Skills for Care funding just contact us to find out more. 

If you're interested in engaging with the Apprenticeship scheme in adult social care, and have not had an Apprentice before, we can help you:

  •  Find a fully funded route for the Apprentice's training
  •  Access up to £3,000 depending upon where you're based for new Apprentices between 16 and 24
  •  Find an apprentice to recruit if you're not using the scheme for existing workers
  •  Claim up to £1,400 from Skills for Care's Workforce Development Fund upon completion of each Apprentice's training.

Don't forget, we can help you access funding for all Apprenticeships.

Contact us today to find out more.


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