To become an apprentice as an AHP you must be:
- Aged 18 or over – so if you are looking for a second career it’s never too late.
- Not already in full-time education
- Employed by a Cambridgeshire or Peterborough organisation (part-time and full time)
- Live in England
What is an apprenticeship?
Our AHP apprenticeships are structured training programmes that will give you the chance to gain valuable experience, whilst having paid employment. You will build up the knowledge and skills required to become a registered AHP with a approved degree.
How are they funded?
Apprenticeships are funded by your employer and contributions from the government which means that you will get paid as well have your tuition fees paid for.
Benefits of applying for an apprenticeship:
- You will develop your knowledge & skills
- Build a career pathway
- Gain a qualification at the end of your course
- Be paid whilst you learn
- You will also have the benefits of being employed in health and care which include paid holidays (annual leave), support from colleagues and dedicated apprenticeship teams.