Career Pathways and Apprenticeships
National Apprenticeship Week 2020 - 3 to 7 February
This year, the theme for National Apprenticeship Week is 'Look Beyond'. We're encouraging people to look past common stereotypes of apprentices and apprenticeships. Throughout the week, we'll be busting some apprenticeship myths, join in the conversation by following our social media channels:
Got a question about apprenticeships at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust? Contact the apprenticeship team through firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0161 358 1770
Apprenticeships are for everyone – from Level 2 (GCSE level) to Level 7 (post-graduate or masters level!). Apprenticeships provide routes into a variety of careers and are an excellent opportunity to earn, gain work experience, develop skills and achieve nationally recognised qualifications at the same time. Apprenticeships also offer career development opportunities for current staff.
We are passionate about learning, development and progression opportunities for all our staff. We are a Registered Employer Training Provider with the SFA (Skills Funding Agency) and are an accredited Pearson Centre.
We have a dedicated team of tutors, assessors and mentors who will support you with your work-based learning journey.
Terms and Conditions
Apprentices are required to work at least 30 hours per week and will have standard terms and conditions of employment.
We offer opportunities to develop your career in lots of different ways.
Apprenticeships and career pathways include:
- Health & Social Care
- Business Administration
- Customer Service
- Leadership & Management
- Team Leading
- Peer Mentorship
- Business Degree
New apprenticeship pathways are being introduced regularly – please ask!