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Staff Development Opportunities via Apprenticeships

Published on: Wednesday, 14/10/2020 @ 09:52 hrs

BHR CEPN are aware that Primary and social care providers are still operating differently due to Covid-19 and you may not be thinking about staff training. However, we are starting to get enquiries about the different Apprenticeship training programmes that are available through BHR CEPN, and we would like to share these opportunities with you. If the time is not right for your organisation, don’t worry, we will have further courses available later in the year.


​Programmes available:

– Management training for Practice Managers and Deputy Practice Managers (level 5)
– Team Leader and Supervisor Apprenticeship (level 3)
– Coaching Professional (level 5)
– Improvement Leader (level 6)
– Medical Business Administration (level 3)
– Health Care Assistant course for Primary care (Level 3)
– Lead Adult care worker with clinical skills (level 3) – see page 3 in document

– Nursing Associate Apprenticeship (ANA) (level 5) for Primary care
– Nursing Associate Apprenticeship (ANA) (level 5) for Social care
– Registered Nurse Degree apprenticeship (RNDA) (level 6) for Primary care
– Registered Nurse Degree apprenticeship (RNDA) (level 6) for Social care


​ Further opportunities:

​- Hosting Nursing Associate Students on placement (see page 5 in document)
– Get involved in the new Enablement Champion role for Care providers


Maths and English courses:

​Not having the appropriate level 2 Maths and English qualifications represents a significant block to career progression. Fully funded courses are available for staff, either to undertake in their own time or during working hours if their employer agrees. ​

If you are interested in Maths and English courses, please email Eloise Mahoney at jobarter08@gmail.com

If you have any questions, please email Eloise Mahoney at jobarter08@gmail.com
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