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The government’s tin ear on nurse apprenticeship funding puts a golden recruitment opportunity at risk Subscription
Gain the knowledge and skills you need to become a registered nurse while earning a salary and getting practical experience at the same time – what more could you ask for?
Calls for reforms to registered nurse apprenticeships have been shot down by the government in a move branded “hugely disappointing” by employers.
Plans to create an apprenticeship route into district nursing in England have moved a significant step forward.
Education chiefs have questioned claims in the NHS Long Term Plan that “well-qualified” student nurse applicants are being rejected a place on a course because some universities are setting the bar too high.
Strong national leadership must be put in place for newly created roles in the NHS, such as nursing associates, employers have warned.
A 25% rise in placement spaces is to be funded as part of a drive to help fill nursing undergraduate spots, health service leaders in England have announced under their new 10-year plan for the NHS.
The new midwifery degree apprenticeship is now ready for roll out across England, but questions have been raised about its chances of success.
The education of our nursing workforce is poised to hit the headlines once again when evidence is presented to the Education Select Committee, to understand why nursing degree apprenticeships are not taking off.
The vision of nursing degree apprenticeships as a realistic and sustainable route into the nursing profession is just a “mirage”, according to MPs who say there are currently “too many obstacles” in the way of making them work.
The nursing recruitment crisis could be resolved if healthcare providers were given funding to take on apprentices, a senior nurse has said.