This 15-month apprenticeship consists of:
This is the health and social care sector’s advanced professional qualification for senior care assistants, team leaders and people who have additional responsibilities in the care setting.
This could include people with some supervisory responsibilities or those involved in long–term care planning for the people they care for. This is the recognised minimum qualification advised by CQC and Skills for Care.
An Advanced Apprenticeship at level three builds on the skills of an Apprenticeship at level two, and gives learners an essential portfolio of skills. It is intended for those who are experienced carers with an understanding of the care sector, and for care workers who have already achieved a health and social care qualification at level 2 or equivalent or who have the necessary skill level. Learners have the opportunity to take a general qualification in health and social care, or they may choose to specialise in dementia care, or learning disabilities.
To start an apprenticeship with Connect2Care you have to be aged 16 years or over and must be working in the health and social care sector for at least 30 hours a week. You also need to be a resident in England and not taking part in full-time education.
If you are not yet employed, Connect2Care advertises apprenticeship vacancies with employers on the National Apprenticeship website. This is a free service and there are many apprenticeship opportunities available. You can find and apply for Connect2Care's current Apprenticeship Vacancies here.
You can apply for an Apprenticeship with C2C at any time of the year provided you meet the entry requirements.
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When I was awarded the role of Regional Quality Manager with Connect 2 Care I was delighted and thoroughly welcomed the opportunity to work with a team dedicated to the high provision of care. This exciting managerial role has made me realise that this is where I want to be and my long-term ambition is to raise standards in the care sector as a whole through quality and bespoke care teaching and assessment.
Emma Meadwell Regional, Quality Manager, Connect 2 Care
My employers have been great, they encourage all the staff to undertake proper training,
as well as supporting me in my progress, it means they benefit from having a properly qualified employee and I feel able do a much better job, even though I still have lots to learn!
Lenka Burikova, Care Assistant, Health & Social Care
I’m now working in a more senior position and have been given more responsibility, whichnin turn has given me a great sense of achievement,
I’ve also received additional training in medication and this, together with my other qualifications, enables me to do my job to the best of my ability and to be more confident in my chosen fields.
Stephanie Weir, Care Assistant, Rosewood Residential Care Home