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Population Health Management Apprenticeships

We are looking for enthusiastic people who are passionate about making a difference in their communities to take part in a pioneering apprenticeship scheme. The scheme will give participants the opportunity to learn how to use health and care intelligence and innovative engagement techniques to improve the health and wellbeing of the communities in which they live.   

 

Herefordshire and Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), a regional division of the NHS, are working across the Integrated Care System (ICS), comprised of the CCG, local councils and other important strategic partners to create an innovative apprenticeship scheme. The successful candidate will combine work alongside studying to gain a Public Health Practitioner integrated degree apprenticeship with the University of Coventry in their Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.   

  

At the end of the three year programme, the successful apprentice will have acquired all the key skills for an ongoing career in the broad field of Population Health management, with the networks and competencies to secure employment in our Integrated care System.    

  

The details of the course at Coventry University can be found following the link here.   Please note, if you require the document in an accessible format please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  

The full job description and details on how to apply will be available on NHS jobs over the next few weeks.   

  

In the meantime, to register an interest for the post and be the first to receive and application pack, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please also include a copy of your CV in this email. 

 

  • What is the expected recruitment timeline?

    What is the expected recruitment timeline?

    We expect to be interviewing in September, with us welcoming our apprentices to their first work placement shortly after, before they begin studying at Coventry University for 3 days a month, starting from January 2022. 

  • What are the academic requirements?

    What are the academic requirements?

    • Level 2 or equivalent English and Maths qualification, grade C or above 
    • Demonstration of successful study at Level 3 (A level, Access, BTEC) or equivalent experience, providing evidence of working at a level 3 study. 

    Experience in a public health related role is desirable. 

  • When will I see the full Job Description?

    When will I see the full Job Description?

    After sending over an email to Lyn: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.which includes your CV, you will be sent the Job Description and Person Specification directly, as soon as it goes live. This is likely to be in early September. 

  • What will be the structure of the degree course and what modules will I study?

    What will be the structure of the degree course and what modules will I study?

  • How will I be able to combine working and studying?

    How will I be able to combine working and studying?

    The integrated degree programme is specifically designed to run alongside employment, with the skills you learn at university and in your role complementing each other.

  • Will I be required to travel to Coventry for study days?

    Will I be required to travel to Coventry for study days?

    Coventry University is in the process of finalising the location and method of delivery (face to face or virtual), but there will very likely be at least 1 study day per month that takes place in a classroom in Coventry. Relevant travel expenses incurred by apprentices to attend study days in Coventry will be fully reimbursed by the CCG.