Wellbeing support and resources

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For apprentices approaching their end-point assessment

Apprenticeships can bring on stress in apprentices, particularly when approaching the end-point assessment (EPA).

Apprentices can feel like they have a lot riding on their course, but it’s important to manage stress levels and take precautions where possible to help yourself de-stress and unwind.

We have created a list of helpful wellbeing support resources for you to explore.

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Apprentice wellbeing resources

Able Futures

Able Futures

Able Futures delivers the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service in England, Scotland and Wales

Visit Able Futures

Mates in Mind

Mates in Mind

Mates in Mind is a leading UK charity raising awareness and addressing the stigma of poor mental health.

Visit Mates in Mind



UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Administration Service is an independent charity and the UK’s shared admissions service for higher education. They have a variety of mental health and wellbeing resources available.

Visit UCAS

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Kooth is an online mental wellbeing community, offering free, safe and anonymous support.

Visit Kooth

Mental Health UK

Mental Health UK

Mental Health UK is a charity which supports people whose lives are affected by mental health problems. They offer help and information to support people’s mental wellbeing.

Visit Mental Health UK

Better Health every mind matters

NHS Better Health: Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters has lots of free tools and support to kickstart your mental health, and your physical health too.

Visit Better Health



Maximus supports individuals with mental wellbeing issues and provides confidential work or apprenticeship-focused mental health support tailored to individual needs.

Visit Maximus



If you’re having a difficult time, you can get in touch with the Samaritans about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels.

Visit Samaritans