Health & Social Care Apprenticeships
We offer a range of qualifications from Level 2 to Level 5 covering Adult Social Care, Dementia Care, Palliative Care, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and Children and Young People.
We have qualified trainers, experienced in leading teams in the care sector, who will support and encourage your staff through your qualification, tailoring this to your individual needs. We offer blended learning with a mix of face to face visits and online learning and tutor contact. Our trainers are predominantly based in Hampshire, Sussex and Dorset.
Since the implementation of the Care Act and the requirement for the Care Certificate to be completed we aim to support your knowledge and skills in this area in conjunction with the QCF Diploma to open you up to a wide range of personal and professional pathways.
All apprenticeships can be funded either using your Apprenticeship Levy or using 95% government funding if you are a small or medium enterprise. Funding Options.
Please feel free to explore further by clicking on the individual qualifications we offer and if you need any assistance we would be happy to discuss.
Health & Social Care Apprenticeship Options
Health & Social Care - Pathways include:
Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care
Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care
Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare
Preparing to work in adult social care (as part of the apprenticeship framework )
Residential Management - For Managers and Deputy Managers
Adult Management - Deputy Manager, Domiciliary Managers
Advanced Practice - Team Leaders, Senior Carers
Level 2 Award in Employment and Personal Learning Thinking Skills
Level 3 Award in Employment and Personal Learning Thinking Skills
Employer Case Studies
What our learners say about us
The trainers I had were both amazing! They supported me throughout not only with the course but what was happening at work and what was happening in my life aswell. I felt valued and listened to by the staff at Fareport.
Rumour Bedden, Contemplation Homes
When asked what impact has the training had on your employment, one learner replied "it has opened up more career opportunities". When asked what the key strengths of Fareport Training were, the learner responded "they are very organised and have helped to work around me and my learning".
Learner success stories - Health and Social Care
What employers say about us
Langdale said that "Fareport supports each individual learner, they assess their learning needs and provide support based on an individual's learning style and education" and that they "have consistent results with low drop out numbers. The staff therefore can provide care to vulnerable adults based on knowledge and practical skills."
Woodland Court stated that Fareport "meet the needs of all learners currently signed up on courses effectively by arranging suitable times to meet".
Stuart's House Ltd stated that he is kept up to date with employees progress "through the reviews that are carried out". The manager also stated that a key strength was "the knowledge of assessors".
Carol Were from Spinnaker Lodge said that the impact of the training on the business has meant that "staff are now qualified and it makes people want to achieve".