Apprentice Healthcare Assistant opportunities
What does a Healthcare Assistant (HCA) do?
A typical HCA at NCH&C will support patients with their day-to-day care including:
• Helping patients to wash and dress
• Making and changing beds
• Helping patients to eat and drink
• Taking and recording basic observations
• Turning patients who are confined to bed to prevent pressure ulcers
HCA apprentices can work in ward based or community settings under the guidance and supervision of a qualified healthcare professional. You will have the opportunity to provide patient care whilst also studying towards a nationally recognised qualification.
- A minimum four GCSEs at grade D/4 or above (there is the option to do English and Maths Functional Skills Level 2 on programme)
- Aged 16 or over and have been resident in the UK/EU for the last three years
How do I apply for these roles:
All of our HCA apprentice roles are on NHS jobs, click on the links below to go to the different roles:
- Apprentice HCA, Priscilla Bacon Lodge, Norwich
- Apprentice HCA, Pine Cottage, Norwich
- Apprentice HCA, North Walsham
- Apprentice HCA, Kelling Community Hospital
- Apprentice HCA, Swaffham Community Hospital
- Apprentice HCA, Dereham Community Hospital
- Apprentice HCA, Squirrels, Aylsham
- Apprentice HCA, Mill Lodge, Taverham
- Apprentice HCA, Ogden Court, Wymondham
Click here to find out more about this type of apprenticeship and to download a copy of our HCA Apprenticeship guide.
Here’s a sort video about what being an apprentice at NCH&C is like: