• Apprenticeships

    Apprenticeships offer an excellent opportunity of gaining qualifications and workplace experience. Employees can earn as they learn and gain practical skills from the workplace at the same time.

Apprenticeships

We believe you should be recognised for past experiences, so we offer flexible entry based on previous studies and work experience. If you have relevant work experience that will help you with a specific course, you can apply to have that recognised too.

If you want to directly enter a course with work experience, you can send through your CV listing and relevant work experience.

You'll join an established community

We've got knowledge and experience and you can count on us for quality education. If you've got ambition, CCG Education is the perfect launch pad for you.

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Health & Social Care

The Health & Social Care Apprenticeship offers the perfect opportunity for those wanting to develop their knowledge and professional practice within the Health & Social Care Sector. Some of the practical skills gained include completing records for individuals, communication and supporting the care, wellbeing and protection of individuals. Health & Social Care Apprenticeship.

What is involved?

Employment, for a minimum of 16 hours per week, with training in both the workplace and at College. Apprentices must be in receipt of at least the minimum wage for apprentices, pro rata for part-time learners. Attendance at College on a regular basis, usually a day or block release pattern. You will work towards a National Vocational Qualification (Diploma); Key Skills; Employer Rights & Responsibilities; and a Technical Certificate. Qualifications that you have already gained may contribute towards some of the Apprenticeship components.

What is included in the Apprenticeship?

You will work towards a Level 2 Diploma in Care (with the choice of different pathways). This will include a Care Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care and Level 1 Functional Skills.

What can you expect?

Tuition to support the underpinning knowledge required for your Diploma. The opportunity to work towards additional qualifications relevant to your employment. Regular monitoring and assessment in both the workplace and at College.

How will it be assessed?

There are no formal examinations within the Diploma, as your work will be assessed on an ongoing basis. The Technical Certificate will be assessed by portfolio evidence. Assessment of Key Skills/Functional Skills will consist of gathering a portfolio of evidence and a test.

Entry Requirements:

No formal qualifications are required; however it is recommended that candidates have Basic Skills at level 1.

Method of assessment

Work-based assessments and Portfolio

Qualification
Duration of Course

12 to 18 Months

Attendance Options

Day Release or Block Release

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Health & Social Care

The Health & Social Care Advance Apprenticeship offers the perfect opportunity for those wanting to develop their knowledge and professional practice within the Health & Social Care Sector. Some of the practical skills gained include completing records for individuals, communication and supporting the care, wellbeing and protection of individuals. Health & Social Care Advance Apprenticeship also offers the opportunity to assess candidates’ capabilities in supervisory roles and various other advance benefits.

What is involved?

Employment, for a minimum of 16 hours per week, with training in both the workplace and at College. Apprentices must be in receipt of at least the minimum wage for apprentices, pro rata for part-time learners. Attendance at College on a regular basis, usually a day or block release pattern. You will work towards a National Vocational Qualification (Diploma); Key Skills; Employer Rights & Responsibilities; and a Technical Certificate.Qualifications that you have already gained may contribute towards some of the Apprenticeship components.

What is included in the Apprenticeship?

You will work towards a Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (with the choice of different pathways). This will include a Care Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care and Level 2 Functional Skills.

What can you expect?

Tuition to support the underpinning knowledge required for your Diploma. The opportunity to work towards additional qualifications relevant to your employment. Regular monitoring and assessment in both the workplace and at College.

How will it be assessed?

There are no formal examinations within the Diploma, as your work will be assessed on an ongoing basis.The Technical Certificate will be assessed by portfolio evidence. Assessment of Key Skills/Functional Skills will consist of gathering a portfolio of evidence and a test.

Entry Requirements:

No formal qualifications are required; however it is recommended that candidates have Basic Skills at level 1.

Method of assessment

Work-based assessments and Portfolio

Qualification
Duration of Course

12 to 18 Months

Attendance Options

Day Release or Block Release