It’s International HR (Human Resources) Day on 20th May. To celebrate we have created a variety of case studies. These case studies highlight the wide range of apprenticeships available in this area. These apprenticeships enable individuals to progress in their careers whilst still earning a wage.
The Level 7 Senior People Professional apprenticeship standard was approved for delivery 7th January 2021. You can access this standard here.
Click here to read about how a collaborative regional approach has helped with the implementation of this standard.
Mia Meades works at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. She has recently completed her Level 3 Learning and Development Practitioner apprenticeship. Click here to read about her experiences.
“There are endless opportunities with apprenticeships, and they will support you massively in your career development and progression.”
You can access the Level 3 Learning and Development Practitioner apprenticeship here.
Rob Brooks works at Health Education England and has recently undertaken a Level 5 HR Consultant / Partner apprenticeship. Click here to read about his experiences.
“An apprenticeship is a challenge and it is important to recognise that you will need to put work into the programme in order to achieve. However, it is a rewarding challenge and you will grow considerably throughout the process.”
Darren Avery works at the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust, he recently completed a Level 5 HR Consultant / Partner apprenticeship. Click here to read more about his experiences.
“It’s a great opportunity and there is lots to learn. You will get to put the knowledge and skills you learn straight into practice in the workplace.”
Click here to access the Level 5 HR Consultant / Partner apprenticeship