Eastwood Park is pleased to offer a new apprenticeship programme in partnership with Dynamic Training. 

This Diploma in healthcare science (L2) is focused around clinical engineering departments. Apprentices’ main duties will be to ensure the availability of clinical equipment and to facilitate colleagues to keep low to medium risk medical devices in fully maintained and ready to use order. It is ideal for Assistant Clinical Technologists.

Occupation profile

The clinical engineering section is primarily concerned with providing repair, calibration, maintenance and governance to a wide range of medical, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment in NHS and private healthcare organisations.

Clinical equipment covered incorporates electrical, electronic, mechanical, computer software and medical gas systems.

Programme qualifications & requirements

  • the Diploma in healthcare science (L2) must be achieved before proceeding to end point assessment, to meet the Healthcare Science Assistant standard
  • level 1 or 2 English and mathematics must be achieved prior to proceeding to end point assessment
  • a portfolio of evidence must be completed and available for end point assessment

Programme delivery

This apprenticeship takes a minimum of 12 months to complete during which you will participate in training, development and on-going review activities. 

  • induction specific to your workplace
  • study days and training courses in work time
  • mentoring/buddy support
  • completion of a portfolio through which you gather evidence of your progress
  • structured reviews of your progress and development

Delivered in partnership with Dynamic Training...

Dynamic Training is an apprenticeship and bespoke training specialist for the health, care and business sectors. They support many NHS Trusts, working across community, acute medicine and primary care. 

Dynamic Training is an approved training provider and is on the national register of apprenticeships training providers (RoATP). 

NB This apprenticeship is only available with funding in England currently.

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