What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a job which has a very structured education framework to support the role. It provides on-the-job training so that you gain work experience that will enhance your future employment prospects along with achieveing a nationally recognised qualification. You will also earn whilst you learn!
Criteria for existing staff members are as follows; must have lived in the UK for a minimum of 3 years and if they hold a degree or level 4 or above qualification, it must not be in a similar subject to the apprenticeship they wish to apply for, are eligible for funding to undertake an apprenticeship framework/standard providing the selected programme is achievable within the employee’s job role.
The Apprenticeships are delivered by a College or Training Provider, mainly if not completely within the workplace. Apprenticeship frameworks have replaced NVQ’s as stand alone qualifications and are a combination of qualifications, which include Literacy, Numeracy, ICT, Technical Certificates, Personal Development and a NVQ Diploma portfolio, all of which need to be completed and passed to obtain the qualification
Meet the team
For all Apprenticeship enquiries, please email NNUHApprenticeships@nnuh.nhs.uk
|Annie Cook||Career Development Coordinatoremail@example.com||Tel: 01603 287375|
|Jamie Allison||Apprenticeship Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Tel: 01603 286231|
|Clare Fox||Career Facilitatoremail@example.com||Tel: 01603 286843|
|Yasmin Willis||Apprenticeship Facilitator||Yasmin.Willis@nnuh.nhs.uk||Tel: 01603 286217|
|Billie Whitelocke||End Point Assessment Administrator||Billie.Whitelocke@nnuh.nhs.uk||Tel: 01603 289097|
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The NNUH currently has nearly 1,000 employees who have either completed or are studying towards one of the following apprenticeship programmes:
|Business Admin||Level 2 & 3 & 4|
|Customer Service||Level 2 & 3|
|Management & Leadership||Level 3, 4, 5 & 6 & 7|
|Accountancy||Level 2 & 3 & 4 – through to Masters|
|Creative Digital Media||Level 3|
|Digital Marketing||Level 3|
|IT User||Level 2 & 3|
|IT Professional||Level 2 & 3|
|Medical Administration||Level 2 & 3|
|Health||Level 2, 3, 4 & 5|
|Pharmacy||Level 2 & 3|
|Allied Health Professional||Level 3|
|Health & Social Care||Level 2 & 3|
|Pathology Support||Level 2 & 4|
|Support Services||Level 2 & 3|
|Registered Nursing||Level 6 (ongoing development)|
|Facilities Management||Level 3|
Length of qualifications:
|Level 2||14 months||12 months||5 G.C.S.E ‘s|
|Level 3||20 months||18 months||2 A-levels|
|Level 4||N/A||Approximately 24 months||First Year Degree level|
|Level 5||Approximately 24 months||Approximately 24 months||Foundation Degree Level|
|Level 6||Approximately 3/4 years||Approximately 3/4 years||Degree Level|
|Level 7||N/A||Between 1 & 2 years||Masters|
Being an NNUH Apprentice
Currently we employ new Apprentices on either a Level 2 or Level 3 Framework / Standard. Newly appointed Apprentices are new members of staff recruited by the Trust under a 12 – 20 month fixed term contract (depending on the level / subject).
New Apprentices receive the National Apprenticeship wage of £3.70 an hour (£138.75 per week), alongside a travel allowance of £26.25 per month – this is equivalent to a First Bus bus pass. After one year on programme, Apprentices will receive National Minimum Wage for their age.
Apprentice posts are proving very successful within the NNUH and are also a great platform for a future career within the NHS and Healthcare Sector.
98% of our Apprentices go onto employment, whilst 92% gain employment within the Trust.
View this page for guidance on applying.
Benefits of an NNUH Apprenticeship
Why is being an apprentice at the NNUH such a great idea?
- Earning and learning at the same time.
- Gaining nationally recognised qualifications.
- Getting paid holidays and bank holidays.
- Receive training and support in post.
- Receive a thorough induction and regular review sessions.
- You will be designated a mentor to help guide your apprenticeship.
- Learn job-specific skills.
- Gain exposure to the vast array of job and career opportunities within the NNUH and NHS in general.