Sport and Health Sciences at Brighton

We’ve won £4.2m for new nursing apprenticeships

We have won a contract for over £4 million to provide higher apprenticeships for the new role of Nursing Associate, bridging the gap between nursing assistants and Registered Nurses.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Debra Humphris (right) lends a hand to apprentices Lorna Pointer and Nicky Morgan, both studying the Health and Social Care Practice foundation degree.

We welcomed the first new apprenticeships to the school this week and they will spend around 40 per cent of their working time attending taught sessions or on placement with us.

Read the story in full here.

ApprenticeshipsHealth and Social CareNursingnursing associateSkills for Health apprenticeship framework

Kerry Burnett • 16/03/2018

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