Physiotherapy apprenticeships

The society can see the benefits of expanding the physiotherapy workforce through apprenticeships, providing programmes fully uphold graduate-level skills.

Apprenticeships: the back story

Apprenticeships have a long tradition in the UK workplace. New developments within the NHS mean it will soon be possible to train as a physiotherapist through this route, rather than the traditional university course with a clinical placement.

Read key facts about the new changes
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Q&A briefing on physiotherapy and apprenticeships

What’s the thinking behind apprenticeship developments? Why is the apprenticeship agenda significant for physiotherapy? How is the CSP engaging with the apprenticeship agenda?

Get the lowdown on developments
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Frontline advice line on apprenticeships

The government has plans to boost apprenticeships in England. CSP assistant director Sally Gosling argues that this new approach is strongly relevant to physiotherapy.

Read what Sally has to say
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CSP position statement on apprenticeships

The society broadly welcomes the development of apprenticeships for the physiotherapy workforce. However, this is subject to gaining assurance and confidence that apprenticeships relating to physiotherapy fulfil a number of key principles.

See the full statement
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New developments in apprenticeships

The society broadly welcomes the development of apprenticeships for the physiotherapy workforce. However, this is subject to gaining assurance and confidence that apprenticeships relating to physiotherapy fulfil a number of key principles.

Read about new physiotherapy apprenticeships and other developments.
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