Our Northamptonshire Apprenticeship programmes include the following partner organisations and services:

  • Adult social care
  • General practice
  • Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust
  • Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • St Andrew’s Healthcare

A Northamptonshire Apprenticeship offers you the opportunity to learn practical skills and to become part of our talented, passionate team of people committed to providing the best care and treatment to our patients. Our successful apprenticeship programmes lead to nationally recognised qualifications and are a stepping stone into your chosen career. We offer apprenticeships across all of the above organisations and services covering many different roles from administrative roles; supporting clinical staff; healthcare pharmacy and many more.

The Benefits of an Apprenticeship in Northampton

 

 

Nursing Associate

A Nursing Associate is a new generic nursing role that bridges gaps between healthcare support workers and registered nurses.

Nursing Associates are members of the Nursing team who have gained a Nursing Associate Foundation degree involving two years of higher level study, and will help build the capacity of the nursing workforce

Want to become a Nursing Associate?

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Northants NHS Apprenticeships

Wondering what to do after receiving A level or GCSE results? With our NHS Apprenticeships you can earn while you learn.

Leaving school this Summer? University is not your only option.

Northamptonshire offers an exciting range of apprenticeship opportunities across all sectors to give you the experience and help to develop the skills, knowledge, confidence, attitudes and behaviours you need to succeed in your chosen career.

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“Apprenticeships are in fact open to people of all ages and can provide an excellent learning and development opportunity for current staff, so they can progress into senior roles or even change career direction.”

“Apprenticeships have an important role to play in helping us attract new talent into our workforce and in enabling individuals to learn new knowledge combined with practical skills, whilst at the same time getting paid”