Health professional apprenticeships at the University of Bolton

What next in your career?

Do you want to begin a career in health and social care or are you considering progressing in your current career or taking a new direction? Do you want to undertake further study and training to help you to progress to the next level? An apprenticeship may just be the thing for you!

What apprenticeships are offer within the School of Nursing and Midwifery?

The University of Bolton is a forward-thinking and pro-active university that takes a learner-centred approach to teaching and learning based upon our ‘teaching intensive, research informed’ (TIRI) agenda.

Our university has strategically positioned itself as a TIRI university. The fundamental principle of this approach is to provide high-quality intensive teaching and individualised support to our undergraduate and postgraduate students across the university. In essence, the core purpose of our TIRI agenda is to provide excellent teaching and unparalleled learning experience to our students.

We are a national provider of apprenticeships and are number one in Greater Manchester and number two in the North West for learner satisfaction. We understand the importance of high-quality education that supports our students to become the best that they can and to achieve their personal and professional goals.

We believe in the strength of collaboration and that’s why our employer partnerships are the cornerstone of our success. We’ve joined forces with a wider range of local and national organisations to create opportunities and apprentices that transform the lives of our learners and the patients and service users they care for.

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The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Bolton understands the importance of social mobility to enable individuals to develop the knowledge and skills to better themselves and opportunities to embark on an exciting career as a health professional. That’s why we have developed a suite apprenticeship leading to professional registration as a Nurse, Nursing Associate and Operating Department Practitioner.

For those already a registered professional, working in healthcare, we offer also offer apprenticeships as a Senior Leader (Level 7) or as a Chartered Manager (level 6), both of which are professionally accredited with the Chartered Management Institute.

Why choose to study with us at the University of Bolton?

If you haven’t studied for some time or are enjoying studying and want to progress further, here at the University of Bolton, we provide a learner-centred approach to ensure we understand your needs and can personalise your learning journey.

We work with you on a one-to-one basis, to offer pastoral support as well as creative teaching sessions, with small class sizes. Everyone has a designated personal tutor, to ensure that we can give extra time to you, our students, enabling you, to learn and develop with the best teaching possible.

Our dedicated team are available to support you to achieve your full potential, through your apprenticeship.

Mark D Hillier is deputy head of school – Nursing and Midwifery, University of Bolton

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