The University of Chichester recently launched a new nursing associate higher apprenticeship course.
There has never been a better time to consider nursing as a career choice and an apprenticeship as a route into it.
With England experiencing its highest ever number and proportion of nurses leaving the NHS and a massive shortfall expected in the next 10 years, now is an excellent time to consider the profession as a career choice and an apprenticeship as a route into it.
That’s why it’s timely that the University of Chichester has just launched a new nursing associate higher apprenticeship course and published a book to support it.
If you take on an apprenticeship through an employer that uses the University of Chichester as its training provider, you’ll learn from experienced nurses and healthcare professionals, gaining valuable hands-on experience and knowledge that will prepare you for a successful career.
The state-of-the-art facility at the University of Chichester is training future healthcare professionals at a time of unprecedented need.
In terms of facilities, the University of Chichester of is well equipped. It’s fitted with ultra-modern clinical equipment within clinical mock spaces and with immersive learning equipment to provide students with real-life simulation learning experiences.
The course is a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience in a rewarding and important field.
The university is hosting an employer’s event in July to meet and encourage local health and social employers to consider developing their staff into this exciting new role.
If you’re interested in making a difference in healthcare and developing your skills in a supportive environment, then the nursing associate higher apprenticeship is the perfect opportunity for you.
To get a flavour of the training aspect of this apprenticeship, check out the University of Chichester’s course description.
And check out this news from last year, when the first ever group of fully qualified nursing associates graduated from the University Centre Truro & Penwith in June 2022.