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This Apprenticeship covers a wide range of job roles on two pathways: the adult social care pathway and the health care pathway. This could mean working in the NHS, the private sector, local authorities or in the voluntary sectors. 
Social care is about helping people with a particular need, such as the disabled, the elderly or people with learning disabilities. This type of care usually takes place in the home or in care homes or out in the community, and can include anything from helping people get dressed to transporting them to and from a residential home or taking them shopping. As an apprentice in Social Care, you could be a personal care assistant helping someone in their everyday life. 
On the Health Care pathway, you could work in hospitals, the community, hospices or private clinics as a healthcare support worker or a healthcare assistant. You could be supporting doctors or nurses or helping patients in hospital wards or their homes – serving food, making and changing beds and so on. 
Completion of the Advanced Apprenticeship will stand you in good stead for progression onto Higher Education in subjects like nursing or midwifery and operating department practitioner roles in the care sector or management roles in care homes. The main difference between the Intermediate Level and Advanced Level Apprenticeships is the level of responsibility the person holds and the role at which they work. 
Job Roles 
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship 
Healthcare support worker 
Healthcare assistant 
Care assistant 
Personal assistant 
Relief team worker 
Night care assistant 
Support worker – supported living 
Key workers in residential, domiciliary or day services 
Home care support worker 
Substance misuse worker 
Mental health support or outreach worker 
Re-enablement worker 
Advanced Level Apprenticeship 
Senior healthcare support worker 
Senior healthcare assistant 
Care officer 
Care supervisor 
Senior care worker 
Supervising care worker 
Senior support worker 
Relief team leader 
Social work assistant 
Social services officer 
Outreach development worker 
Community support worker 
Community outreach worker 
Community development worker 
Family support worker 
Personal assistant 


If you are interested please call 0121 622 6880 or Contact Us 
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