Apprenticeship Healthcare Assistant Practitioner (Level 5)
Health, Public Services and Care
What will you be working towards?
Assistant Practitioners can be found working in a range of areas such as Cancer Services, Physiotherapy, Genito-Urinary Medicine, Orthopaedics, Hospice Care, Mental Health, Social Care, Community, Occupational Therapy, Learning Disabilities as well as hybrid roles that cross traditional occupational
This programme follows the academic path of a higher education qualification with work based support and activities to ensure the programme delivers real and valuable skills, knowledge and behaviours.
Level 4: Reflective and Personal Development Skills; Essential Sciences for Person Centred Care; Integrated Holistic Assessment, Delivery and Implementation of Health and Social Care Interventions; Foundations of Effective Collaborative Practice
Level 5: Promoting Health, Wellbeing and Independence; Using and Evaluating Evidence to Inform Practice; Leadership and Management
All modules are 20 credits each, except Promoting Health, Wellbeing and Independence, which is a 40 credit module undertaken in the final year of the programme.