Apprenticeships Live – Gloucester Care Services NHS Trust
A live interactive broadcast with apprentices from Gloucester Care Services NHS Trust
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The Trust hosts a wide-ranging apprenticeship scheme which is delivered by the Learning and Development Team. An apprenticeship is a structured programme of learning and work-based training. Candidates learn new skills on the job under the supervision of qualified and experienced staff whilst getting paid a salary. Through apprenticeships we aim to give colleagues the opportunity to: learn and further develop practical job skills and knowledge which are related to specific work roles within Gloucestershire Care Services. Achieve work-based qualifications and standards. Progress onto specific careers pathways. Develop skills that are designed by employers. The Trust offers a variety of apprentice roles some of which include: Health and Social Care. Clinical Healthcare. Healthcare Support Services. Customer Service. IT User. Business and Administration. Management and Team Leading https://www.glos-care.nhs.uk/work-for-us/useful-links
About Gloucester Care Services NHS Trust
We provide a range of services to Gloucestershire’s population of approximately 600,000 people. We run the county’s community hospitals, provide nursing, physiotherapy, reablement and adult social care in community settings, and run health visiting, school nursing and speech and language therapy services for children.
We also provide a number of specialist services including sexual health, heart failure, community dentistry, diabetes, IV therapy, tissue viability and community equipment.
The Trust’s services are mainly commissioned by Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and Gloucestershire County Council.
The Trust employs around 2,700 people, including nursing, medical, dental, allied health professionals, support staff, administrative and clerical workers.
We also work in close partnership with around 800 social care staff from Gloucestershire County Council. This collaborative approach is designed to ensure that we can respond to both health and social care needs – which often overlap – to provide the most appropriate service or services.
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