17 - How to become a HCA Watch

D41VNY
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So I'm 17, at college and have okay GCSEs. I really want to become a health care assisstant for the NHS and I was wondering how to go about this and what I would need to do, also how long and hard is it to get there.

Thanks a lot ! Dan.

- I'm based in Huddersfield by the way.
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You would need to be at least 18 to work as a health care assistant. To improve you chances try and get some form of care experience which you should be able to get volunteering at say a hospital or care home. To find HCA jobs in the NHS you'll need to look on NHS Jobs. If you struggle to find one in a hospital a lot of nursing homes also employ HCAs.
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