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Fully funded courses for those who work in health and social care

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Norfolk County Council and Suffolk County Council are providing access to fully funded qualifications in health and social care. This training is for existing health and social care staff who live and work in Norfolk and Suffolk. 

Discover more and get in touch:
www.wsc.ac.uk/dshsc

Apprentices Making a Big Impact

Institute of Leadership Management Apprentice at Vitec Production Solutions

Hairdressing Apprentice at Platinum Hair & Beauty Salon

Project Management Apprentice at Hadleigh Boxford Group Practice

Accounting Apprentice at Sarah Place Accountants Ltd. 

Healthcare Apprentice at Mid Essex Hospital Trust

Healthcare Apprentice at The Limes Retirement Home

Healthcare Apprentice at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals

Management Apprentice at East of England Co-Operative Society

Healthcare Apprentice at Mid Essex Hospital Services, Broomfield

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Apprentice Alex Howe makes it into WorldSkills Squad UK!

 

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Disability Confident

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Digital Marketer Level 3 Apprenticeship

Supporting Breckland Jobs

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Talk to one of our dedicated support team members to find out how West Suffolk College can improve your business.

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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships help you recruit new talent into your business and increase the skills and capabilities of your people. 

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Apprentices complete a structured programme of training specific to the needs of your industry. They can progress from introductory courses to advanced and higher level study equivalent to degree study, but unlike purely academic learning, all their knowledge is tuned to your needs.

The methods of learning vary by subject requiring college attendance either one day a week or once a month. In addition to college teaching, we support learners on site at the your premises via regular review meetings and assessment observations.

Government funding is available to support training and employers can also potentially access a government incentive of £1,000 if they recruit a new Apprentice aged 16-18.

Apprentice minimum wage

The national minimum wage for apprentices is £4.81 an hour. This rate applies to apprentices under 19 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year. Apprentices must be paid at least the national minimum wage rate if they’re an apprentice aged 19 or over and have completed their first year.

Apprenticeship Facts

✔️ We are currently training over 1500 Apprentices
✔️ We are currently supporting over 850 employers
✔️ We offer over 65 Apprenticeship Programmes
✔️ The average salary for Apprentices paid by the employers we support is £189.96 per week, meaning our vacancies are paying £53.46 per week on average more than the National Minimum Wage for Apprenticeships

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01284 716 235

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