Training 2000 appoints specialist healthcare tutor

Training 2000 has appointed Bethany Sinacola to lead its new Senior Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship.

Bethany has been interested in healthcare since traveling the world during her A Levels. In Phuket, Thailand, she worked in a prison orphanage and helped the young and disadvantaged and decided to make it a career. 

She has since completed a Level 5 Assistant Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship in Bolton University and completed a BA Honours in Health and Applied Science at Liverpool John Moore’s University.

Bethany then worked in Mental Health at a dual-diagnosis unit for ex-offenders as well as working for Pennine Acute Trust in Theatre and other areas which were agency based. She has also worked as a Care Manager of Cherry Tree Lodge in Rawtenstall.

More recently, Bethany has worked in Community Integrated Therapy for East Lancashire as an Assistant Practitioner and throughout all areas of the East Lancashire Hospital Trust as a Health Assistant and an Assistant Practitioner. In these roles she has worked alongside District Nurses and worked within Accident and Emergency.

In September 2019, Bethany took a step into teaching and taught the Senior Healthcare Support Worker qualification and others in private hospitals before joining Training 2000 in 2020.

It is this varied experience that means Bethany is able to support learners on their journey to becoming an Allied Health Professional, working in Mental Health and Theatre and more through the Senior Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship at Training 2000.

The Senior Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship is an 18 month course which includes the End Point Assessment to complete the programme.

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