The Midwifery Degree Apprenticeship blends classroom teaching with work-based learning.
You will graduate with the information, understanding, skills, and behaviours required to practise as a qualified midwife and register with the National Midwifery Certification Board.
The employing Trust’s apprenticeship levy covers expenses, and you will be paid the equivalent of a maternity support worker for the duration of the programme.
How to apply for a midwifery apprenticeship?
There has never been a better time to start an NHS apprenticeship, but there is often a lot of competition for a position. This means that your application and interview are crucial. Take into account the following:
- show your commitment
- make sure that you are informed of your obligations
- demonstrate your capacity to combine work and study
- examine the many healthcare apprenticeship career pathways on the Skills for Health website
NHS apprenticeship vacancies may be found on the NHS Jobs website.