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The Higher Apprenticeship Nursing Associate programme broadens the routes into working in healthcare and helps both new and existing healthcare employees take the next step in their career by developing their skills, knowledge and experience.
The Nursing Associate standard is mapped against the Nursing and Midwifery Council Standards for Nursing Associates (2018), and results in successful apprentices achieving an FdSc qualification.
This apprenticeship is ideal for new and existing healthcare support workers (HCSWs) and healthcare employers interested in forming collaborative partnerships with ambition to be at the forefront of evidence-informed clinical practice.
The course runs for 27 months. Apprentices attend the University for one day a week and combine classroom study with their job role. Apprentices also complete 675 hours of contrasting placements over the course of the apprenticeship. On completion of the foundation degree, apprentices are entered for the end point assessment.
We are pleased to partner with the following employers to deliver our Higher Apprenticeship Nursing Associate programme.
Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership,
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust,
Great Western Hospital,
Helen and Douglas House,
Nuffield Health - Manor Hospital,
Order of St John Care Trust,
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,
Porthaven Care Homes,
Westbury Group Practice,
White Horse Care Trust,
Wiltshire Health & Care
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