Healthcare Assistant Practitioner Level 5 Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship is aimed at people already employed within the Health and Social care sector, who are looking to upskill and train to become a qualified Healthcare Assistant Practitioner.
You will be providing, supervising and co-ordinating high-quality and compassionate Health and Social Care for various people, and will achieve a Level 5 Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care.
Study Skills for Foundation Degrees
Work-Based Learning 1 - Fundamentals of Care
Bioscience, Growth and Development
Public Health and Wellbeing
Work Based Learning 2 - Assessment of Care
Applied Social Science for Health Care Professionals
Social Policy and Welfare Systems
Embedding Quality in Care Delivery
Work Based Learning 3 - Complex Care Delivery
Applying Evidence to Practice
Legal and Ethical Aspects of Care
Work Based Learning 4 - Management of Care Delivery
If you have any questions or queries relating to apprenticeships, please contact the apprenticeship team Apprenticeships@newcollege.ac.uk
Delivery and assessment
This apprenticeship will take around 24 months, depending on the needs of both you and your employer.
You must be working in a relevant job role to undertake this programme and employers will set the specific entry requirements. If you do not already hold a minimum GCSE grade 4 in English and Maths (or equivalent) you will be required to study functional skills in these areas as part of your apprenticeship. You will also need a Care certificate to enter this gateway.
You will be required to undertake an End Point Assessment, which will consist of a multiple-choice test, an observation of practice, a reflective journal and interview.
Future career and study opportunities
With this foundation degree and experience, you will be able to access higher-level employment opportunities and or management qualifications.
If you have a question about this or any other apprenticeship course, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01793 611470 and select option 5 for apprenticeships.