Development's Apprenticeship Framework

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9738 APPRENTICESHIP DELIVERY GUIDE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE September 2012 2 City & Guilds Health and Social Care (9738) Apprenticeships at a glance Subject area Health and Social Care City & Guilds number 9738 Age group approved 16+ Entry requirements n/a Assessment Portfolio, assignments Fast track Available Support materials Qualification handbooks Candidate logbooks Recording forms e-portfolio Assessments/assignments for knowledge units SmartScreen resources Registration and certification Consult the Walled Garden/Online Catalogue for last dates Title and level City & Guilds number Health and Social Care Intermediate Apprenticeship (Health Sector/Social Care) (Level 2) – England 9738-01/02 Health and Social Care…show more content…
 Health and Social Care Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2)  Health and Social Care Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3). The following is taken from Skills for Care and Development’s Apprenticeship framework guide 2011. Entry requirements for the Health and Social Care Apprenticeships There are no formal entry requirements for these frameworks. Potential apprentices should however be willing to undergo an enhanced CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check as per the requirements in their home nation. Employers in social care and in the health sector carry out CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) checks, as this is a requirement for those working in the sectors. Certain offences may disqualify potential apprentices from employment in these sectors and thus automatically preclude them from completing the apprenticeship framework. Potential apprentices should therefore discuss any relevant matters with their employer prior to enrolment. It is very important that someone wanting to complete an Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care is totally aware of all the work and study requirements, timescales for achievement and additionally is fully supported during this process by their employer who may be asked…show more content…
For further information including the SfC mapping document go to www.skillsforcare.org.uk/qualifications_and_training/apprenticeships/PLTS_form.aspx 11 City & Guilds Health and Social Care (9738) The Health and Social Care Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2) has two pathways for this framework: Pathway 1: Adult Social Care generic pathway for Intermediate Level Apprenticeships The Adult Social Care general pathway for Intermediate Level Apprenticeships is suitable for those working in care roles in social care settings.  Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) (Qualification code 4222-21)  Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (Qualification code 4229-02)  Functional Skills (3748-01/02): Maths, English minimum Level 1  Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care and Children and Young People’s Settings (ERR) (Qualification code 4233-20)  Personal Learning and Thinking Skills Pathway 2: Health Sector pathway for Intermediate Level
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