National Apprenticeship Week takes place from 7 to 13 February 2022 and aims to shine a light on the amazing work being done by employers and apprentices across the country.
In this video, Michelle Gibbins, Horder Healthcare Learning and Organisational Development Lead, talks about the exciting opportunities apprenticeships offer for both employers and individuals in any organisation.
Commenting on National Apprenticeship Week, Michelle Gibbins said: “It really is an exciting time for both myself, in Education and Development at Horder, but also the business as a whole - to see what the future will bring on our really new apprenticeship journey.”
Opportunities for employers and individuals
Other business benefits
Apprenticeships can also offer many other business benefits: an improved service, reduction in recruitment and retention costs, enhance skills development of the workforce, increase in employee motivation and, probably most importantly, the opportunity to develop a high calibre of well-trained skilled staff, which will add value to any organisation.
Apprenticeship programmes at Horder Healthcare
At Horder Healthcare, we have a large variety of apprenticeship programmes running which can span from our clinical departments through to our non-clinical areas. These programmes cover a diverse range of skills and development, which range from entry-level all the way through to master's level and advanced practitioner level courses. Our staff are using the programmes and the opportunities that we can offer to upskill, to retrain and develop as individuals as well as bringing value to our organisation.
Trainee Nurse Associate
Melissa Rainbow is in her first semester as Horder Healthcare’s first-ever Trainee Nurse Associate. In this video, she answers a series of questions that will help you get an insight into Melissa’s world and the life of our Apprentices.
If you'd like to find out more, get in touch with our Learning and Organisational Development Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apprenticeships Myth Busting
What makes Horder Healthcare unique
Horder Healthcare is committed to providing the very best quality of care for our patients and customers. We are continuously working on improving and reducing risks and this is reflected in our consistently high CQC results, patient satisfaction questionnaires and minimal levels of infection.
We are a charity
We reinvest our profit to benefit more people and help us achieve our aim of advancing health.