An apprenticeship is a great pathway into a long standing and rewarding career, by combining practical training with study. It is a paid job where an employee learns and gains valuable experiences, skills and knowledge, whilst working towards a nationally recognised qualification and gaining practical skills at work. Once the apprentice has completed their apprenticeship, they generally have a guaranteed job and have the skills and knowledge to be competent in their job, as well as a national recognised qualification.
We offer an active apprenticeship programme available for anybody aged 16 and above. All opportunities are advertised via the NHS Jobs website.
We will only employ an apprentice into a vacancy which has a substantive post attached, this means that at the end of your apprenticeship providing all targets have been achieved then there will be a guaranteed a job for you.
Some benefits of taking part in an apprenticeship at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals include:
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We pay using the Annex 21 pay scale, this means that throughout your apprenticeship you will be paid 75% of the top of the band attached to the job role. As an apprentice you will also be given 20% on the job learning, this is protected study time that you will be given throughout your apprenticeship.
We offer apprenticeships in a range of clinical and non-clinical areas, including: