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HTP achieves Skills for Health Quality Mark
HTP Apprenticeship College is delighted to announce that it has achieved the Skills for Health Quality Mark.
Administered by the National Skills Academy for Health, the Skills for Health Quality Mark provides health employers greater confidence when investing in workforce development. The Skills for Health Quality Mark endorses the quality of provider’s delivery of face to face training and learning and its suitability for the health sector. It enables employers to identify and select learning/training courses from providers of high quality training.
By achieving the Skills for Health Quality Mark, HTP Apprenticeship College has demonstrated that it meets the exacting standards that health sector employers expect.
Summary of the National Skill’s Academy Evaluation Report
HTP is actively involved in the recruitment and selection of apprentices for a number of organisations from the sector. Employers confirmed it was a very effective way of working, as HTP use their expertise to ensure candidates are suitable for an apprenticeship or other developmental pathway.
Interviews conducted as part of the assessment process highlighted a strong trust in HTP to deliver a very high standard and quality of learning and support. Employers are also confident that HTP is fully aware of current practices and legislation in the sector.
Rachael Randall, HTP Apprenticeship College’s CEO, said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive Skills for Health endorsement for the quality of training and learning HTP provides for the Health Sector. For us it was important for us to demonstrate that we work closely with leaders and managers from the sector to design and deliver outstanding training which meets the needs of employers and their workforce.”
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Brooklyn Stacey works at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust and is one of the many apprentices we are training in the Health Sector.