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News: Come along to our apprenticeship recruitment events

Come along to our apprenticeship recruitment events

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (NHFT) is holding recruitment events in June to promote the different types of apprenticeships available in the NHS and to give those interested in apprenticeships within NHFT the opportunity to apply for existing vacancies with guidance and support from our Apprenticeship Academy Team.     

The drop in events are free to attend and everyone is welcome:

  • 7 June,  4.30pm to 7.30pm, Corn Market Hall, London Road, Kettering, NN15 7QA
  • 22 June, 4.30pm to 7.30pm, Learning and Development department, Newland House, Campbell Square, Northampton, NN1 3EB

People can also register their interest for upcoming vacancies and enquire about work experience positions available across corporate services and clinical services supporting frontline staff, offering something for everyone. Apprenticeships at NHFT give young people and those looking to get back into work an excellent opportunity to support their local NHS trust while learning new skills, earning a wage and taking steps to further their career. 

Mick Lomas Personal Development and Apprenticeship Manager at NHFT said: “Many people think the NHS is just for doctors and nurses, but apprenticeships provide a great opportunity to continue with your education, while gaining professional skills and earning a wage, all at the same time.

“Once you have completed your apprenticeship you will receive a recognised qualification in the area you studied. Within these organisations there are many successful apprentices who have gone on to gain permanent roles and continue their career in the NHS.”

Charlotte Smith, Apprentice in Project Management at NHFT said: “If you want the support and guidance to be able to enter the working world, then an NHS apprenticeship is for you.  I’m really proud to be part of such a fantastic team.”

For more information on apprenticeships visit www.nhft.nhs/apprenticeships.

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