Are you interested in a career in adult social care? Do you want to gain valuable skills, experience, and knowledge whilst earning a salary? Then an adult social care apprenticeship might be the perfect opportunity for you.
At the North Yorkshire Council, we offer apprenticeships that provide a real job with quality training, leading to nationally recognized qualifications. Our apprenticeships are available at different levels, from intermediate to advanced. Should your job role require further qualifications, North Yorkshire Council offers apprenticeships from level four to seven to provide you with the skills you need to take on managerial responsibilities.
An apprenticeship with us means you will be working at least 30 hours a week, receiving a minimum of 12 months of training, and allocated study time. The training is a mix of on-the-job training and classroom learning, with around 20% of your working hours spent on studying towards your qualification.
Discover Your Path to Success with Our Apprenticeship Programs
Are you looking to kickstart your career or take it to the next level? Our apprenticeship programs offer an excellent opportunity to gain practical work-based experience and achieve nationally recognized qualifications.
Levels of Apprenticeship
Our apprenticeship programs offer three different levels of qualifications:
- Intermediate (Level 2): Equivalent to five good GCSE passes, this level allows you to work towards an NVQ Level 2 qualification.
- Advanced (Level 3): Equivalent to two A-level passes, this level allows you to work towards an NVQ Level 3 qualification.
- Higher (Levels 4 to 7): Our higher apprenticeships lead to nationally recognized qualifications at levels 4 to 7. Levels 4 and 5 are equivalent to a higher education certificate, higher education diploma or foundation degree, while Level 6 is equivalent to a degree and Level 7 is equivalent to a master's degree.
Adult Health and Social Care Apprenticeships
If you're passionate about helping people with specific needs, our adult health and social care apprenticeships are for you. This type of care involves assisting older people, individuals with disabilities, and those with learning disabilities with daily tasks, such as dressing, shopping, and transportation.
Our programs offer two types of apprenticeships: intermediate and advanced level. The level you choose depends on the specific role available.
Working in adult social care can be rewarding as it provides a real opportunity to serve our communities. Our staff needs to be motivated, and passionate, and share our core values, including customer focus, care and respect, innovative and can-do attitude, honesty, one team, valuing our staff, and valuing local communities.
By joining us as an apprentice, you can enhance your employability, future job prospects, and career opportunities, whilst also enhancing your social skills and confidence through working with others. You will also benefit from a generous annual leave entitlement, access to a wide range of benefits and financial discounts, supportive training and development, and experienced staff to learn from.
Join our future workforce and embark on a fulfilling career in adult social care. We will do our best to make your apprenticeship journey the very best experience it can be.
Join Our Apprenticeship Program Today
Ready to take the first step towards a successful career? To apply, visit our jobs and career website, where we advertise all our vacancies. You can also set up job alerts that will send you an email when a vacancy arises that matches the criteria you have set.
Get in touch to learn more about joining our apprenticeship program and gaining the skills and experience you will need to thrive in your chosen field.
Apprenticeships In Adult Social Care
Frequently Asked Questions:
An intermediate apprenticeship is equivalent to five good GCSE passes.
Apprentices work towards work-based learning qualifications such as an NVQ level two in an intermediate apprenticeship.
An advanced apprenticeship is equivalent to two A-level passes.
Advanced apprentices work towards work-based learning qualifications such as an NVQ level three.
Higher apprenticeships lead to a nationally recognised qualification at levels four to seven.
Levels four and five in higher apprenticeships are equivalent to a higher education certificate, higher education diploma or a foundation degree.
Level six in higher apprenticeships is equivalent to a degree.
Level seven in higher apprenticeships is equivalent to a master’s degree.