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<span >This qualification will enable the apprentice to
develop the required skills, knowledge and behaviours to become a competent
healthcare worker providing high quality and compassionate care to individuals.
_The apprentice should be working
in a healthcare environment which provides patient care including
hospitals, community settings, or nursing homes as part of a team.<o:p></o:p>
<span >_On completion the apprentice will be a competent and job-ready Healthcare
To successfully achieve this qualification, the apprentice will need to achieve a
The healthcare support worker standard
The Level 2 Diploma in Care may also be undertaken as part of this course to assist in building up an evidence portfolio for the end point assessment
Math's and English Functional skills at Level 1 (unless exempt if have equivalent)
Take the exam for Math's and English Functional skills at level 2
Achieve the Care Certificate
Successfully achieve a grade in the end point assessment.
There are no specific entry requirements to the apprenticeship, but apprentices will need to be employed in a relevant role within a healthcare environment and have the ability to achieve, with support, the required level of maths and English need for achievement, this will be assessed prior to starting.
Once on the apprenticeship a suitably qualified assessor will be assigned that will visit the workplace regularly. Assessment plans will be completed and 12 weekly reviews to keep the apprentice on target. They will support with collection of the required evidence needed for the qualification through different assessment methods such as; professional discussion, observations, written questions, verbal questions, witness statements and training and support to complete written assignments.
The end point assessment consists of
This apprenticeship provides the apprentice with the skills and knowledge to support their colleagues in the healthcare sector and can enables them to progress in their chosen career as a healthcare worker.
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