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Date: 30 March 2023
So you want to be a Nurse?
The opportunity is closer than you think!
Following the introduction of the Governments Apprenticeship Reforms (England) in April 2017, the Trust is embracing the variety of opportunities arising from this new funding through enabling and supporting individuals on the route to a great career.
We are delighted to be able to offer Nursing apprenticeships during 2023 in partnership with the Open University.
Trainee Nursing Associate Apprenticeships (TNA)
Higher Apprenticeship in Nursing Associate Practice (Level5) Duration 2 years
The Trainee Nursing Associate is a highly trained support role to deliver effective, safe and responsive nursing care in and across a wide range of health and care settings. Trainee Nursing Associates work independently and with others, under the leadership and direction of a Registered Nurse within defined parameters, to deliver care in line with an agreed plan. Trainee Nursing Associates will have a breadth of knowledge and a flexible, portable skill set to serve local health populations, in a range of settings across the lifespan. The Nursing Associate works within all aspects of the nursing process, taking account of the perspectives and pathways of individuals, their families and/or carers providing holistic and person—centred care. They will support the Registered Nurse in the assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of care. You must uphold the NMC code and meet the NMC requirements for continuing registration.
Completion of the apprenticeship will lead to a license to practise regulated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Please see the following links for further information about the TNA
Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeships (RNDA)
We are offering specialisms in Adult Nursing BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (Level 6) and Mental Health Nursing BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing (Level 6). In addition to the above we are also offering for 2020 the following specialisms (subject to approval) in BSc (Hons) Children and Young people Nursing (Level 6) and BSc (Hons) Learning Disability Nursing (Level 6).
Registered Nurses are a key part of the multidisciplinary team that meet the health and care needs of patients and service users. You will be at the centre of team that can include other health and social care professionals. You will use your expertise to assess, plan and implement and evaluate care, putting the needs of patients and service users first. You will be responsible and accountable for your work and for reviewing the effectiveness of your actions. You will be expected to demonstrate leadership qualities whatever your role and you may manage and lead colleagues. You will responsible for ensuring your own knowledge and skills are up to date, and support the development of learners and entrants to the profession. You must uphold the NMC code and meet the NMC requirements for continuing registration.
On completion of the apprenticeship you will meet the qualification requirements to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Please see the following link for further information about the RNDA
The following criteria needs to be met for application to the Trainee Nursing Associate Apprenticeship (TNA) programme:
The following criteria needs to be met for application to Registered Nursing Degree Apprenticeship (RNDA):
If you are successful at interview any offer will be conditional subject to the following:
For the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship:
If you haven’t got recent care experience you may wish to consider:
Please see the following link for further information
If you require any further information please contact:
James Barclay – Learning and Development Officer
or the team;
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