Skip to main content
Search:
Filter by month:
Training in adult social care
Posted on 14/03/2022

Share:

Training in adult social care

Apprenticeships allow individuals to earn a wage whilst learning new skills and completing a nationally recognised qualification.

As an apprentice, you will work alongside experienced staff and complete your qualification in the workplace, at college, with a local independent training provider or at university.

An apprenticeship in adult social care means working with and providing support to a broad range of people. This may include those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and the elderly.

There are a wide range of apprenticeships available, from Level 2 Intermediate apprenticeships to degree level, dependent upon current skills and experience. They are not just for young people; anyone over the age of 16 can become an apprentice.

You can apply for an apprenticeship if you are over 16 (you can apply whilst you are still at school as long as you are 16 by the end of the summer holidays), living in England and not in full-time education.

Information on current vacancies can be viewed at www.midlandsopportunities.co.uk.

To find an apprenticeship visit gov. uk or email apprenticeships@ladderfortheblackcountry.co.uk for more information.

Black Country LEP @blackcountrylep Follow us on Twitter

Aug 10

Sign up for our free newsletter to get the latest news and updates from us delivered straight to your inbox.