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Health (clinical Healthcare Support) Intermediate Level 2 Apprenticeship) at Chichester College

Course description

The Apprenticeship in Clinical Healthcare Support offers the opportunity for those working in the health sector to gain a nationally recognised qualification demonstrating their knowledge and competence. Learners could be working in a variety of health care settings such as a GP practice, General hospital setting, Rehabilitation unit or supporting Allied Health Professionals.

Course content

Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support, Award in Employment Responsibilities and Right and Personal Learning Skills, Functional Skills English Level 1 or 2 and Functional Skills Maths Level 1 or 2 

Self-study and one to one with an assessor who will visit you regularly in the clinical setting. Resources and course materials will be provided where appropriate. Group and/or one to one support from a functional skills tutor if required. The Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support will comprise of mandatory and optional units covering the relevant clinical area. 

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry qualifications but learners need to be employed for 30 or more hours per week in a suitable healthcare environment. A literacy assessment, skills scan and interview is required prior to acceptance on the programme.


Competence and knowledge is demonstrated through the completion of a portfolio of evidence using written and oral evidence, observation in the workplace, recognition of prior learning & work products. Functional Skills in English and Maths is assessed by a written examination. 

Financial information

For all fee details please refer to the Chichester College website.

Future opportunities

Apprenticeship in Clinical Healthcare Support at level 3. Health Care
Professional e.g. Nurse, Occupational Therapist or
Physiotherapist through progression to University. (An access or bridging
qualification is required).

Further information

Use of an electronic based portfolio for assessment is available. Access
to Chichester College library and Chionline website for resources, links
to support materials and course information.
Access to the Internet is beneficial.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.

Last updated date: 11 April 2016
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