Recent Blogs

How a Health and Social Care Vocational course progressed to an Apprenticeship

Posted 2nd August 2017 | Category: General Blogs |

The many challenges of working in dementia care can mean it is not for everyone. Attachments are formed and relationships built which can sadly end in loss and bereavement. But through hard work, commitment and the support of Prospect Training Services (PTS), Channel Brice (17) was able to identify this as the field in which she would most like to progress in. This is Channel’s learner journey, from GCSEs, to work placement and eventually, to the apprenticeship she had always hoped for.

Vocational pathways at PTS enable our learners to not only gain the foundation knowledge of their chosen course, but to also gain valuable work experience within that vocational field. In the case of...

Blog Categories



We use cookies to help make our website better.

At the moment, your preferences prevent us from using cookies. OK otherwise Find out more.


How we use cookies

As a shopping site we need to use cookies to track the items in your basket and your progress through the shopping basket. We cannot operate without this mechanism and as such if you do not want any cookies at all stored then unfortunately we will not be able to help you. The remaining cookies mentioned below can be turned off using the preferences described below.

Google Analytics is a marketing tool that allows us to see how our site is used, for example how many visitors we get and which pages are viewed most. This information is anonymous but requires cookies to track your actions on our website.

Social media links are included in our pages to provide links to social media tools like Twitter and Facebook, and enable you to bookmark or recommend our pages. This code includes cookies so that these tools can track how people use its service.

YouTube is used where we display a video on our website, and includes cookies that track actions such as clicking on related videos.

You can find out more about cookies at

If you'd prefer us not to use cookies, please click here, or if you don't mind us using cookies please click here.