Apprenticeships have long been recognised as one of the most of successful ways to start or further develop a vocational career.
Mersey Care is an enthusiastic supporter of apprenticeships as a way of supporting staff development. The evolution of new apprenticeship standards provides fantastic opportunities to develop career pathways in Mersey Care and the wider health and social care sector.
Apprenticeship learning is available to all regardless of age, previous qualifications and job role. The new apprenticeships range from entry level to level 7 (Masters level).
For further information and to see if development in your job role can be achieved through an apprenticeship pathway please contact us.
We work with external education providers, universities, further education colleges and training companies in order to ensure we are able to offer staff a wide range of learning opportunities. New standards are being approved and released for delivery all the time.
If you want to discuss opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What we expect of you
All of our apprentices are expected to demonstrate trust values, be caring and compassionate; honest; conscientious and committed. They treat people with dignity, respect individual’s diversity, beliefs, culture, values, needs, privacy and preferences; show respect and empathy for those they work with; have the courage to challenge areas of concern and work to best practices; are adaptable, reliable and consistent; show discretion, resilience and self-awareness.
What you can expect from us
Our team will offer advice and guidance to help you not just to achieve at that level but to seek further levels and plan for your progression. We will encourage you to join in additional learning to enhance your continuing professional development beyond the requirements of the apprenticeship standard. Our high teaching and learning standards will ensure that you will develop knowledge and skills to provide a high standard of care to Mersey Care service users and staff.
Healthcare, Allied Healthcare and Social Care pathways:
(Level 4 standards are in development)
Administrative and Customer Relations pathways:
Unless you already have GCSE grade C or equivalent English and Maths you will need to study functional skills. This is taught alongside your apprenticeship by staff in our centre.
External Apprenticeship Provision
Mersey Care are working with a range of education and training providers to sources relevant high quality apprenticeship training to suit all of our employee groups. We currently support employees on IT apprenticeships, accounting and finance apprenticeships, and project management.
If you want to discuss opportunities for yourself or your staff please email email@example.com
Our apprenticeship team is here to enable Mersey Care to maximise full use of the apprenticeship levy – we can offer advice and guidance to staff and managers, working together we can source the right training for you and your staff to ensure that Mersey Care NHS Foundation can meet its target for providing Perfect Care.