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We run apprenticeships across a range of departments within our Trust. Apprenticeships allow you to earn whilst learning and working towards gaining a nationally recognised qualification. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and progress your career.

Apprenticeships include elements of on-the-job and off-the-job training. You can learn at a pace that suits you with the support of a Trainer Assessor and your line manager.

We're a Living Wage Employer. And on top of our other rewards, you'll also be eligible for an NUS card, which gives you a range of benefits and discounts.



Am I eligible?

In order to undertake an Apprenticeship:

  • The Apprenticeship must be above the level of your highest current qualification in the same subject area.
  • You must not be enrolled on another Apprenticeship or DfE funded course at the start of your Apprenticeship.
  • You must have the right to work in the UK.
  • You must be over the age of 16.

What qualification will I earn?

The equivalent education levels are as follows:

  • Level 2 - Intermediate - 5 GCSE passes, grades A*-C
  • Level 3 - Advanced - 2 A-level passes
  • Level 4,5,6,7 - Higher - Foundation Degree and above

How long do Apprenticeships last?

Most apprenticeships last 12-24 months, although some last as long as four years.You will ideally be working a minimum of 30 hours per week, with a minimum contract length of 12 months.

How will I be assessed?

Over the course of your Apprenticeship, you will be visited in the workplace by your Trainer Assessor, observed carrying out day-to-day activities, and asked further questions to explore and assess your knowledge. Evidence of your competency will be collected by you and your Trainer Assessor throughout the Apprenticeship, and at the end of each module there will be a milestone review. Most Apprenticeships require an assessment at the end of the programme.

We post our available Apprenticeship roles on NHS Jobs. Click here to see what we're currently recruiting for.