What is an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes available to anyone from the age of 16 to 65. They enable learners to demonstrate their competence while gaining a recognised qualification, achieved through a mix of on the job training and study, whilst at the same time earning a wage.

There are a range of apprenticeship levels that lead to different qualifications, and they typically take between one and four years to complete.

Apprenticeships bring a number of tangible benefits to NHS organisations, including creating skilled and motivated employees. Apprentices train for a specific job, and this usually means they are committed to that role. 

Where Do I Apply?

 All apprenticeship opportunities are advertised on our 'NHS Jobs' website.

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To register on NHS Jobs, click HERE. You are able to search for various apprenticeship/trainee opportunities within the National Health Service. 

 

For further information, please contact the team at:

Caroline.Green@mpft.nhs.uk or Nicola.Sherwood@mpft.nhs.uk 

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Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR

E-mail: enquiries@mpft.nhs.uk 

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0300 790 7000
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