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Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs) are a relatively new career pathway which was introduced following the success of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner role in heath provision. Trainee ACPs can be from a variety of multi-professional backgrounds bringing with them a wealth of clinical experience. ACPs are part of Government plans to modernise and transform the health service and will help to meet ongoing changes and challenges of the NHS, including increasing service provision to meet the needs of patients in a variety of clinical settings. With a decrease in medical provision, increased patient demand, ageing populations, patients with multiple co-morbidities, complexity and poly- pharmacy ACPs provide holistic clinical care to enhance the patient experience and improve health and
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Current registration on Part 1 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register, Health and Care Professions Council or the General Pharmaceutical Council. A minimum period of 3 years post-registration experience.
A first degree in Nursing, your specialism or another relevant health related subject is required, or evidence of ability to study at postgraduate level.
GCSE English Language and Maths at grade 4 or above, or grade C or above if awarded under the previous GCSE grading scheme or equivalent.
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As an apprentice, there is no tuition fee to pay for the higher or degree apprenticeship. Tuition fees are covered by your employer and the government through the levy. As you will be a paid employee, you are not able to take out a student loan.
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