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We celebrate our apprentices

This week, Community Integrated Care was proud to mark National Apprenticeship Week – an annual event to raise awareness around the benefits of apprenticeships and the achievements of those who undertake one.

To celebrate our charity’s amazing apprentices, we spotlighted two of our brilliant colleagues – Emma Tyler, a Support Worker at Rosebeck Cottage in County Durham, and Bronwyn Philpott, an Advanced Support Worker at Talbot Woods in Bournemouth.

Emma Tyler completed a Level 4 Lead Practitioner and Adult Care Diploma. She said, “I think the best bit of knowledge I got out of my level four was doing the management and leadership module. This has helped me loads on my journey to becoming a service lead”.

Bronwyn chose to take on a QCF Level 3 Lead for Adult Health and Social Care Learning Disabilities. She said to anybody considering an apprenticeship, “Immerse yourself into the experience, enjoy it, make sure you’re reaching out for support, and don’t give up!”

During the week, our charity also hosted a fantastic pop-up event at our office in Widnes. Ran by our in-house Learning and Development team, this was a brilliant opportunity for colleagues to chat about the learning opportunities available at the charity.

If you’d like to progress your career, Community Integrated Care offers a wide range of learning opportunities, including our Learn to LEAD programme and apprenticeships. You can visit to discuss vacancies near you.

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