Apprentice Welfare and Support

Learn about the resources available to you as an apprentice to ensure you have the support you need from start to finish.

Apprentice Welfare and Support

Learn about the resources available to you as an apprentice to ensure you have the support you need from start to finish.

Support Services and Information

The welfare and safeguarding of our apprentices is paramount to GET. We believe that each apprentice is an individual and that some may need more support than others during their time with us. This page will give you key contacts and information relating to Safeguarding and Welfare and individuals at GET who can help.

The GET Safeguarding Policy can be found in the Learner Handbook which can be downloaded here.

You can also find out more about the Safeguarding Procecudres by downloading our Safeguarding Learners Booklet here.

Support Services and Information

The welfare and safeguarding of our apprentices is paramount to GET. We believe that each apprentice is an individual and that some may need more support than others during their time with us. This page will give you key contacts and information relating to Safeguarding and Welfare and individuals at GET who can help.

The GET Safeguarding Policy can be found in the Learner Handbook which can be downloaded here.

You can also find out more about the Safeguarding Procecudres by downloading our Safeguarding Learners Booklet here.

Learner Welfare

Learner welfare is also extremely important and further information can be found in our ‘GET Connected, GET Help’ booklet here. Within this booklet you will find a lot of useful contacts to help with a variety of different issues you may be facing.

Please remember our staff are always on hand to listen to and signpost you should you need it. You can speak to your tutor/instructor or email support@get-trained.org in confidence.

If you want to report a welfare concern about another learner anonymously, you can do so by using this form.

Learner Welfare

Learner welfare is also extremely important and further information can be found in our ‘GET Connected, GET Help’ booklet here. Within this booklet you will find a lot of useful contacts to help with a variety of different issues you may be facing.

Please remember our staff are always on hand to listen to and signpost you should you need it. You can speak to your tutor/instructor or email support@get-trained.org in confidence.

If you want to report a welfare concern about another learner anonymously, you can do so by using this form.

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Tips on how to look after yourself physically and who to contact for expert advice.

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Mental Health

Guidance on mental health and who to contact for expert advice.

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Learning Difficulties Guidance

Learn about the various learning difficulties, how to spot them and how we can help.

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Health and Well-being

Tips on how to look after yourself physically and who to contact for expert advice.

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Mental Health

Guidance on mental health and who to contact for expert advice.

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Know your rights - Maternity and Paternity

Learn about how Apprentices fit into the Equality Act 2010 and how we can help support your learning experience if you or your partner becomes pregnant during your apprenticeship

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Know your rights - Maternity and Paternity

Learn about how Apprentices fit into the Equality Act 2010 and how we can help support your learning experience if you or your partner becomes pregnant during your apprenticeship

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