An ambulance worker from Berwick and a day centre receptionist from Belfast are the first ever winners of the Our Health Heroes awards, hosted by Skills for Health, the National Skills Academy for Health and UNISON.
Health Education England and Skills for Health have announced a centralised contact point to maximise opportunities for collaboration and inclusivity in apprenticeship standards development across England.
Funding for workplace training is set for a change in April 2017. Candace Miller, Director of the National Skills Academy for Health, says the changes could have a significant impact on the healthcare sector and must be made thoughtfully.
The government today updated its apprenticeship reform plans with further information on how apprenticeship funding for employers will work, including details of funding bands and the apprenticeship levy.
If you’re looking for a rewarding career in the healthcare sector, an apprenticeship could be for you. There are apprenticeship opportunities to suit everyone, whether you want a rewarding job caring for patients, have an interest in catering or buildings[…]