There are a broad range of apprenticeships available for use in primary and social care including business administration, nursing, customer service, healthcare and team leading. Apprenticeships can be used to develop new and existing staff in both clinical and non-clinical roles.
Our Primary and Social Care page has a variety of guidance and case studies to help you.
Additionally, Health Education England’s Primary and Community Care Training Hubs have information about primary care workforce, education and development. These training hubs work to address local needs. It’s always worth taking the time to find out what’s on offer, whether you’re an individual, employer or part of the Primary Care Network (PCN).
The training hubs bring together education and training resources from NHS organisations, community providers as well as local authorities. There’s not always an actual door you can knock on to ask for help but what they all have is access to a range of information, resources, apps and contacts within national and local networks who can offer practical guidance, support and advice.
You can access further information about the Primary and Community Care Training Hubs here.