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Kick start your Adult Social Care career with the variety of development programmes at MKC.

Apprenticeships –
Earn while you learn:

MKC offer three levels of Health and Social Care Apprenticeships:

1. Level 2 - Adult Care Work

2. Level 3 - Lead Adult Care Worker

3. Level 4 - Lead Practitioner in Adult Care

4. Level 5 - Leader in Adult Care

Level 2 and 3 apprenticeships in adult care work can lead to numerous jobs such as care assistant, support worker, learning disabilities support worker and many more.

Level 4 will give you required knowledge and skills to undertake the role of Team Leader, Senior Support Worker and many more.

Level 5 will enable you to secure positions at management level including Registered Manager role.

Interested in Adult Care Work?

Level 2 and 3 apprenticeships in adult care work can lead to numerous jobs such as care assistant, support worker, learning disabilities support worker and many more.

Whilst the level 5 can lead to roles such as team leader.

Want a degree without the study fees?

At MKC we offer two-degree programmes which allow you to achieve a degree without the worry of study fees.

Opportunities available

 

1. Level 6 - Social Work Degree: if social work is the career for you, achieve your Honours degree in social work with MKC.

2. Level 6 - Occupational Therapist: MKC have developed a programme of practical and classroom study to achieve your BSC Honours in Occupational Therapy. 

By earning while you are learning you will get the unique opportunity to have hands-on practical learning, alongside the classroom learning for your degree. This allows you to put into practice what you are learning in the classroom.

Want to enhance your role within Adult Social Care?

We also offer a number of apprenticeships, which may enhance your role within Adult Social Care.

Some of the team leader and business administrator apprenticeships are based directly in our day services.

What Our Apprentices Say

My name’s Linda, and I’m a social work apprentice within the assessment team. In my role, no two days are ever the same.

I’m passionate about issues which affect vulnerable and disadvantaged groups and enjoy the challenge of finding solutions for them hence the reason why I’m training to be a Social Worker."

-  Linda

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