Health and Social Care Apprenticeship level 2

Health, Public Services and Care

Health, Public Services and Care
Health, Public Services and Care
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code P00143
Qualification Type Apprenticeship
Qualification Level Level 2
Course type Full Time


Please note: By applying for this apprenticeship, you are expressing an interest.

You will have a conditional place on the course once you have applied directly to an employer and been successful at interview.

We would encourage you to look at a full time backup as well.

A Sheffield Health and Social Care Apprenticeship in is an excellent foundation for anyone wishing to embark on a career in care. Please note some apprenticeships in this area require applicants to be over 18 years old.

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Qualification Titles

  • Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care
  • Functional maths and English level 1 or level 2
  • Employment Rights & Responsibilities or workskills

How will it be delivered?

Assessment is continuous throughout the course by a combination of case studies, assignments and work-based assessments. You will build a portfolio of evidence to support the tasks you complete at the workplace to demonstrate you can complete tasks safely and use knowledge learnt.

Entry requirements

4 GCSEs at grade 3 or above including English Language and Maths.

You will also need to gain a suitable employer. You can do this through searching for vacancies on our website and applying directly to the employer. This will be followed by a competitive interview process. Or by approaching employers yourself to ask if they will take on an apprentice. Once you find a suitable employer you should contact the college with their details. 

Your next steps...

Where can it lead?
Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust provides mental health services for adults and older people, services for people with learning disabilities and services for people with drug and alcohol misuse plus a wide range of specialist services. Although there is no guarantee of a job at the end of the programme, those who do well and gain good references from their tutors and placement usually go on to secure employment at the Trust, most commonly as Band 2 Health Care Assistants.
Many apprentices have gone on into specialist areas or advanced support staff roles. Others have progressed onto Access programmes and into Higher Education, including nurse training.