As an apprentice you will learn to;
- Enable customers to lead as active and independent lives as possible by providing holistic and personal care
- Promote choice to clients in their daily living by providing care, which meets care quality commissions (CQC) fundamental standards and support happy living for the years ahead
- Comply with CQC fundamental standards and Anchors policies and procedures at all times
- Prioritise tasks as appropriate
- Escalate concerns/issues as appropriate
- Record accurate and legible documentation
- Deliver a care plan
- Identify and report signs of poor practice or abuse
- Identify and ensure health and safety standards are met
Within the first 12 weeks of your induction period you will;
- Gain the ability to read, understand and contribute to care plans
- Learn about Health and safety in the workplace
- Complete all Statutory and Mandatory Training
- Care Certificate 15 standards
- You will gain a nationally recognised Level 2 Adult Care Worker qualification
- You will receive onsite training with an award-winning training provider who will support and guide you throughout your Apprenticeship journey
- Gain life skills
- Gain confidence
We have big growth plans to ensure we can support the growing demand for care and aim to 'grow our own' talent. Successful completion of the apprenticeship could lead to a permanent position and the opportunity to progress within the company.
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
No experience required but you must have:
- Desire to learn new skills
- The ability to work as part of a team and individually
- Ability to prioritise and plan around customers' needs
- We are looking for someone with a caring nature
- An approachable attitude
- Commitment and passion to providing high quality care
No qualifications are required.
- Level 2 Adult Care Worker
Apprenticeship standards are aimed at developing skills within the Apprentices’ chosen career route, each standard has set knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be successful within the job role. This will include the completion of functional skills in maths and English.
Once the apprentice has completed a minimum of 12 months training and the employer and Babcock regional trainer confirm they have met all the requirements of the standard they will be put through to end point assessment. The end point assessment is independent from the training and includes a variety of assessment methods which test the skills and knowledge of the apprentice to ensure they are fully competent in their role.
Each Apprentice will be supported throughout the apprenticeship by a structured programme of teaching, e-learning, face to face training and workplace mentoring; this will encourage and help them to meet the requirements of the new standards and will prepare them for the end of point assessment.