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Part time Health and Social Care (NVQ2) Programme Led Apprenticeship

Exeter College

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Health and Social Care (NVQ2) Programme Led Apprenticeship Level: Level 3 Part-time How long is the coursetraining? You will attend a work placement throughout the programme for up to 3 days per week and attend college for 2 days per week. What will I be doing on the coursetraining? The Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care offers a practical approach and a solid platform for anyone wishing to work in the health and social care sector. The PLA route gives young people the opportunity to develop their vocational skills and employability through periods of off the job training by gaining experience of work in a non-employed placement. This also ensures that young people are better prepared to meet the expectations of future employers. The NVQ shows your competence, knowledge, and understanding of caring for others, working to the policies and procedures of your setting and proves you are able to carry out your job to the NVQ level 2 requirements.You will cover the following units: Communicate with and complete records for individuals Support the health and safety of yourself and individuals Develop your knowledge and practice Ensure your own actions support the care protection and well-being of individuals You will be able to choose two optional units in addition to the compulsory ones above. You will be given the opportunity to complete a First Aid Qualification, a Basic Food Hygiene Certificate, training in Manual Handling, Health and Safety, and Nutrition and Healthy Eating as well as many other valuable training opportunities. CourseTraining Code: To be confirmed Where do I studytrain? Hele Building What are the entry requirements? GCSEs in Maths and English at grade C or above would be an advantage. You will need patience, understanding and a strong desire to work with people and good communication skills. You will also be required to complete a Criminal Records Bureau check for work experience placement. What can I do after this coursetraining? This course will launch you directly into the workplace and provides an excellent way to qualify as a Care Assistant in line with the National Minimum Care Standards, to build your career and progress to further training and education. What key skills will I do? You will cover two areas: Application of Number and Communication at level 1. What residentialwork experience is there? You must attend both college and a work placement within a care environment. What faculty is the coursetraining in? Health, Care and Public Services How to Apply? For more information please call the Apprenticeship Hotline on 01392 205595. How do I study the coursetraining and how will I be assessed? On your college day-release, you will be taught by your tutor during your college days and you will spend the remainder of the week in the workplace where you will put your new skills into practice. Whilst at work, your Assessor will visit you and carry out assessments and help you to build your portfolio of evidence for your NVQ. What facilities are there? You will have access to a learning resource centre. There is a refectory in the Hele Building. What will the coursetraining cost me? Programme Led Apprentices are funded for those aged 16 to 18. Additional costs: You may incur some costs for example textbooks required for the course. However you may find your work placement or the College resource centre has suitable texts that you can borrow. Previous students' views: Coming soon...

Health and Social Care (NVQ2) Programme Led Apprenticeship Level: Level 3 Part-time How long is the coursetraining? You will attend a work placement throughout the programme for up to 3 days per week and attend college for 2 days per week. What will I be doing on the coursetraining? The Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care offers a practical approach and a solid platform for anyone wishing to...

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