HCPs & Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Programmes & Resources

Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes which are designed to help employers train people for specific job roles. At the same time, apprentices get a paying job with valuable training and experience, while they work towards a nationally recognised apprenticeship standard. For our latest training hub update on apprenticeships please view here: Q1 Apprenticeship Update

Primary and Social Care Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Planning Tools

NHS Off the job training booklet

Functional Skills Support

Available Apprenticeships

Pharmacy Apprenticeship – This guidance document is to support organisations to understand the pharmacy apprenticeship scheme in more detail so that they can consider apprenticeships in their future workforce. 

Higher Apprenticeship in Nursing – This apprenticeship allows you to study for a BN registered nurse degree in any field of nursing and you can register with the National Midwifery Council (NMC) as a nurse. This apprenticeship is offered by Chester University.

Mary Seacole Programme: Level 5 Coaching Apprenticeship – A popular 6 month leadership development programme, designed in partnership with global experts and delivered by experienced facilitators to develop knowledge and skills in leadership and management. 

Nursing Associate Apprenticeship – This 24 month apprenticeship creates Nursing Associates that work alongside healthcare support workers and RNs to deliver care for patients and public. 

Traineeships