The Level 6 Physiotherapist (Degree) (HCPC 2022) apprenticeship standard has been approved for delivery since 18th December 2018.
Physiotherapists work with individuals, and their families and carers, from birth to end-of-life and in a wide range of health and social care settings. They lead and deliver programmes and interventions to help people affected by injury, ageing, illness or disability. Physiotherapists use a range of physical and psychological treatment approaches, including movement, exercise and manual therapy, to optimise an individual’s mobility, function and quality of life.
There are currently 12 registered training providers for this standard.
From 1st August 2023, the Department for Education has merged RoATP (Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers) and RoEPAO (Register of End Point Assessment Organisations) and is now called APAR (Apprenticeship Provider and Assessment Register).
You access information about applying to the APAR as an apprenticeship training provider.
Visit our Physiotherapy page for further guidance and resources.