Apprenticeships: Bio-Medical Engineering & Decontamination

Bio-Medical Engineering Apprenticeships

Level 2

Healthcare Science Apprenticeship

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Level 3

Healthcare Engineering Specialist

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Level 4

Healthcare Science Apprenticeship

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Decontamination/Sterile Services Apprenticeships

Level 2

Healthcare Science Apprenticeship

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Level 4

Healthcare Science Apprenticeship

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What are the benefits of employing an Apprentice?

Government funding

Apprenticeship training is government-funded, making it the most cost-effective way to upskill your staff. . For companies who pay into the Apprenticeship Levy (companies with a payroll of more than £3m a year), training costs are £0. The government will also pay you up to £4,000 for each apprentice you employ.

If you are a non-levy paying organisation or your levy pot runs out the government will pay 95% of the cost of the apprenticeship In real terms this means for example for a level 2 apprenticeship the government will pay £4750 of the £5000 cost meaning your organisation will only pay £250 for the full apprenticeship

Further to that this £250 is actually taken per month meaning that the cost of a level 2 apprentice would be £20.84 PCM

Upskill existing engineers

Apprentices don’t have to be new recruits. You could enrol one of your current employees onto a higher apprenticeships all the way up to master’s degree level apprenticeship so they can benefit from training and gain qualifications, thus making them more useful to the department.

Future proof your department

Using apprentices means you can grow your own professional, they will base there learning around your department, equipment and procedures so they will be very productive within your workplace. And with advancement through the apprenticeship levels you can develop succession planning with ease.