As more emphasis is placed on health promotion in our society, there is an ever-increasing demand for qualified health and social care practitioners. This Apprenticeship meets that need.
Assistant practitioners are experienced staff within the growing healthcare sector. They have skills and experience in a particular area of clinical practice and work in support roles alongside qualified healthcare professionals.
Incorporating the Health and Social Care Practice Foundation Degree, this Higher Apprenticeship is suitable for people currently working in a health or social care setting. It develops knowledge and skills needed to undertake assistant or associate practitioner roles.
With the University of Brighton ranked 3rd in the Guardian University Guide 2017 for Health Professions, the Assistant Practitioner (Health) Higher Apprenticeship builds on our robust history of partnership with the healthcare sector.
Find out more about the Health and Social Care Practice Foundation Degree that underpins this course.
If you would like to discuss options for employing apprentices or introducing Degree Apprenticeships into your workforce planning, please contact David Haines or Carole Cheales at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.