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Apprenticeships for Existing Staff

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Milton Keynes University Hospital continues to successfully offer and support apprenticeships for its current employees ranging from Health Care Support, Allied Health, through to Business Administration and Management. Now “apprentice” just means “learner”, as an apprentice can be any age, and already in the work place, new to work or returning after a career break. Apprenticeships still include on-the-job training for practical skills but are available in a wide range of subjects from GCSE up to Masters level courses with all training fees paid from government funding. View the Education Pathway by clicking here

Apprenticeships are a great opportunity for individuals to extend their knowledge and gain a nationally recognised qualification whilst employed by the trust and earning your normal salary. Our learners are fully supported throughout the apprenticeship programme by registered skills tutors.

If you are interested in gaining nationally recognised qualifications through completing apprenticeship qualifications, we are here to help, advise and guide you to choose the right apprenticeship for you that will develop your potential.

For further information regarding each apprenticeship available, please email: [email protected] or call us on telephone extensions below :

Shirley Moon - Apprenticeship Manager 86121

Hannah Barnett - L&D Administrator 85109 

 

Testimonials

"I am returning to work after a break to raise children – I want to gain my first step into an administration role. Completing a level 3 business admin apprenticeship is the first step on this road."


"I am currently completing my Clinical Health Care apprenticeship. Apprenticeships are a win, win, way of gaining a qualification, as I can carry on working in my current role on my usual salary and gain qualification in the process."


"The management apprenticeship I completed has given me the opportunity to progress in my role and gain promotion."