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Apprenticeships allow you to combine work and study by mixing ‘on-the-job’ training with ‘off-the-job’ learning. So you'll be employed to do a real job while studying for a formal qualification. By the end of your apprenticeship, you'll have gained the skills and knowledge needed to either succeed in your chosen career or progress onto the next apprenticeship level. What you'll learn depends on the role that you're training for. However, apprentices in every role follow an approved study programme, which means you'll gain a nationally recognised qualification at the end of your apprenticeship, which is of the exact same standard as a traditional college or university qualification.
Different apprenticeships have different entry requirements. However the requirements for every apprenticeship are that:
Specific entry requirements are included on the apprenticeship advert and person specification once it is uploaded to NHS and Trac jobs.
For further information on apprenticeship opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or watch the video below:
Dorset HealthCare’s new apprentice recruits programme
offers a fixed-term contract with training and assessment provided by locally based,
established training providers, as well as a dedicated and experienced work-based mentor,
and on-the-job training.
offer a range of apprenticeships in both clinical and non-clinical areas.
An apprenticeship opens the door to a
career with Dorset HealthCare, and offers many benefits including a nationally
recognised qualification, hands-on experience, transferable skills, regular
study time, paid annual leave – and the opportunity to earn while you learn
looking for enthusiastic and committed people who want to be part of our
further information please contact email@example.com
Dorset HealthCare offers a range of apprenticeships to existing staff, in both clinical and non-clinical areas.
For further information please contact visit the Apprenticeship pages on our internal DORIS intranet site.