Apprentice Support Worker – Winchester The You Trust
Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career, that makes a difference to people's lives whilst studying to gain a nationally recognised qualification? Yes? Then an You Trust Support Worker Apprenticeship is the role for you! £2500/pa Market Rate allowance granted alongside salary (a Market Rate Allowance is a Geographical Allowance).
Closing date: 31 Jan 2022
Total hours per week: 40.00
Possible start date
01 Feb 2022
03 Sep 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
- I will work alongside my colleagues and with you to discuss your dreams and goals
- I will be guided by staff and yourself to help you to develop the skills you need to enable you to live the life you want, including things like cooking, cleaning, budgeting and shopping
- Guided by my colleagues, I will listen to your wishes for your plan of support, work with you to keep you safe
- I will work with my colleagues and with you to help you apply for any benefits that you are entitled to
- Guided by my colleagues I will make sure that everyone you want is involved, or needs to be involved, in your support are kept up to date on the work we’ve done together
- I take responsibility for developing my own skills and ensure that my mandatory training is up to date, and I will learn new skills that we agree I need
- I will follow the Training Plan as required by my Apprenticeship Provider to ensure that I will achieve my apprenticeship
- I will attend to all personal care needs, in line with your individual requirements and guidance from my colleagues
- I will use specialist equipment to ensure all care needs are met as guided by my colleagues
- I will follow requirements of the Care Plan, Support plan, Risk Management plan etc. as appropriate
- I will encourage individuals to participate in activities and support individuals in those activities
- I will develop/contribute to the development of activities that are of benefit/interest to the individual with guidance from my colleagues
- I will work in line with all policies and procedures, e.g. safeguarding, infection control, health and safety etc.
- I will work as a keyworker
- I will participate and contribute to your reviews with guidance from my colleagues
- I will learn to complete and maintain documentation relevant to the service and to you with guidance from my colleagues
- I will highlight any areas of concern to a member of staff
- I will maintain a clean and tidy environment
Requirements and prospects
- Understand promoting independence
- Understand the importance of completing paperwork such as support plans and risk assessments
- Basic understanding of the needs of people with a learning disability
- Prepared to support clients with daily living skills
- Good communication skills: verbal, non-verbal, and written
- Understand confidentiality and how this applies to clients
- Be flexible and able to work shifts including evenings, weekends and bank holidays
- Use the Electronic Care Monitoring system to ensure individual and service contracts are met
- Must be supportive
- Have a calm and tolerant approach
- Empathy is essential
- Must be able to be supportive
- Must be positive and responsive
- Caring and compassionate
GCSE (or equivalent) grade A*-C/9-4 including maths and English.
Possible progression for the right candidate.
Things to consider
- DBS checks will be conducted
- The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
About the employer
Through our 36 years of experience we have developed a depth of expertise in many areas that can affect people’s lives. Our families which live our values, understand what matters to our different communities and respond with specific skills and expertise.
FAREPORT TRAINING ORGANISATION LIMITED
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Fareport Training Organisation Ltd
Andrei Dudau 07484920629 Andrei.email@example.com
The Adult Care Worker Apprenticeship is a minimum of 12 months and should typically be completed within 15 months.
The apprenticeship provides a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours, which can be gained working across an organisation and its processes. Some examples of these are:
- Communication - with individuals, their families, carers and healthcare practitioners using a range of techniques, keeping information confidential
- The importance of having the right values and behaviours
- Duty of Care
- How to support individuals to remain safe from harm (Safeguarding)
- How to work professionally, including their own professional development
Within this Standard you will also complete the Care Certificate and a Level 2 Diploma in Care.
The apprenticeship is a firm grounding in organisational operations and functional processes, as well as the wider working environment, following the relevant standards, policies and protocols used in your workplace including the Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support Workers.
Where you have not already achieved Level 2 English and maths, these must be worked towards and take the test before taking the end-point assessment.
A minimum of Level 1 English and maths will be required to be achieved within the Apprenticeship.
You will complete the apprenticeship in the workplace with support from a dedicated Trainer who will visit / contact you frequently. All learners will have access to an e-Portfolio/ learning resources to help you develop and build your knowledge and skills.
Adult care worker
Level 2 (GCSE)
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