staff tell their
Apprentices aim towards a work-based qualification either
Apprenticeships relate directly to the role that you work in,
e.g. Business and Administration, Accountancy, or Health and Social
Each apprenticeship can last between one and two years and you
can progress through the different levels as part of your
On finishing, you can apply for a permanent NHS role; on
completion of the Higher Apprenticeship you may be supported to
gain your pre-registration nursing qualification.
Apprenticeships are an alternative to traditional academic
qualifications and can be used to meet entry requirements for some
Whatever your academic qualifications, there's likely to be an
apprenticeship to suit you.
This varies according to the level.
For example, Level 2 Business and Administration involves
work-based training and assessment; others include one day per week
study in college.
Level 2 Apprentices are paid £125.00 per week, and they can take
advantages of other benefits including a free monthly bus pass and
a £500 bonus upon completion.
Salaries for the other levels are higher - raising to NHS Band 3
for a Level 5 health and social care apprentice.
All apprentices benefit from working in a modern hospital with
first class amenities.
Our apprenticeships are published on NHS Jobs (www.jobs.nhs.uk > Great
Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust).
To find out more, please contact:
Tel: 01793 604983
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