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Requirements

The entry requirments for all apprenticeships, will be decided by each employer

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End Point Assessment

Apprentices must undertake an independant EPA which is a assessment of the knowledge, skills and behaviours that have been learnt throughout the apprenticeship.

Health and Social Care

Apprenticeships combine traditional learning alongside working and being assessed within the workplace, by working this way, less experienced employees learn from other experienced professionals with the help of our knowledgeable Assessors and Coaches. Apprenticeships normally take about 12 – 30 months to complete depending on the level, so the learners require complete dedication and support from their Employer.

Benefits to your organisations

  • Better communication and interpersonal skills
  • Retaining your staff
  • Competent carers, team leaders and managers.
  • Ensure the apprentices and learners we develop as coach and mentors are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need
  • Managers that can provide effective support for the development of others and improve their performance
  • Knowledgable, aware and confident care staff

Indiviudals completed Health & Social Care related Apprenticeships with Tempest Management Training

Adult Care Worker – Level 3

This apprenticeship is ideal for individuals who are in the position or being recruited to a more senior role with more responsibility. Carers roles are highly important, you are responsible for many attributes that contribute to an individual’s quality of life whether this be, practical, social, physical or emotional responsibilities.

Some responsibilities that the individual may include are; supporting individuals to maintain independence and dignity, improving the quality of their health and wellbeing, providing care and support to service users, leading and supporting others, Individuals may work in the following organisations; nursing homes, domiciliary care, day centres or clinical healthcare settings.

As set out on the Institute for Apprenticeships website, there are personal attributes and behaviours expected of all Adult Care Workers carrying out their roles.

Care – is caring consistently and enough about individuals to make a positive difference to their lives

Compassion – is delivering care and support with kindness, consideration, dignity, empathy and respect

Courage – is doing the right thing for people and speaking up if the individual they support is at risk

Communication – good communication is central to successful caring relationships and effective team working

Competence – is applying knowledge and skills to provide high quality care and support

Commitment – to improving the experience of people who need care and support ensuring it is person centred

The table to the right showcases workshops available to apprentices

Functional Skills

Completion of Level 2 Functional Skills Maths and English, prior to completing the qualification.

Duration

This is depending on the individual, typically this Apprenticeship will take 12-24 months.

Non Levy

Non levy payers are now require to pay 10% contribution to the total training price towards apprenticeships.

Lead Adult Care Worker – Level 2

This apprenticeship is ideal for individuals who are in the position or being recruited the following roles; Care Assistant, Care Worker, Support Worker, Personal Assistant, Relief Team Worker, Support Worker – Supported Living, Key Worker in Residential Settings, Key Worker in Domiciliary Services, Key Worker in Day Services, Home Care Support Worker, Substance Misuse Worker, Learning Disability Support Worker, Mental Health Support Worker, Mental Health Outreach Worker and Re-enablement Worker.

Carers roles are highly important, you are responsible for many attributes that contribute to an individual’s quality of life whether this be, practical, social, physical or emotional responsibilities.

Some responsibilities that the individual may include are; supporting individuals to maintain independence and dignity, improving the quality of their health and wellbeing, providing care and support to service users, leading and supporting others. Individuals may work in the following organisations; nursing homes, domiciliary care, day centres or clinical healthcare settings.

As set out on the Institute for Apprenticeships website, there are personal attributes and behaviours expected of all Adult Care Workers carrying out their roles.

Care – is caring consistently and enough about individuals to make a positive difference to their lives

Compassion – is delivering care and support with kindness, consideration, dignity, empathy and respect

Courage – is doing the right thing for people and speaking up if the individual they support is at risk

Communication – good communication is central to successful caring relationships and effective team working

Competence – is applying knowledge and skills to provide high quality care and support

Commitment – to improving the experience of people who need care and support ensuring it is person centred

The table to the right showcases workshops available to apprentices

Functional Skills

Completion of Level 1 Functional Skills Maths and English, prior to completing the qualification.

Duration

This is depending on the individual, typically this Apprenticeship will take 12-18 months.

Non Levy

Non levy payers are now require to pay 10% contribution to the total training price towards apprenticeships.

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