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Upcoming health and social care programmes (Prince’s Trust)

From: Ellie Murray <Ellie.Murray@princes-trust.org.uk>
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Hello,

I hope you are well. I wondered whether you would be able to share the upcoming opportunities with any young people you work with please? The opportunities are within the South West, and I have noted below which programme covers which areas. Our aim is to get young people into entry-level roles, and so no prior qualifications or experience are needed. All participants will have access to up to 6 months of mentoring and access to a financial award to support with financial barriers to starting a new role, as well as on-going support from Prince’s Trust staff.

Get Started in Health and Social Care with Great Western Hospital (Wiltshire) – a short programme hoping to place young people into paid apprenticeships for clinical and non-clinical positions.

When? Taster session: Wednesday 6th April, 1pm-3pm
Main programme: Tuesday 12th & Thursday 14th April, 10am-1pm

Where? On MS teams

Who? Work-ready 18-30 year olds
More info/sign up link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/get-a-job-in-the-nhs-swindon-tickets-289417855597

Get Into Health and Social Care (Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire and Devon) – A 3-week programme to help build confidence in the sector. Guaranteed interviews at the end for paid roles with a variety of employers with different contract types.

When? Taster session: Wednesday 20th April, 1pm-3pm
Main programme: Monday 25th April – Friday 13th May (all day)

Where? On MS teams

Who? Work-ready 18-30 year olds who may benefit from a longer programme to help boost their confidence ahead of interviewing for roles
More info/sign up link: Start a career in Health & Social Care (South West) Tickets, Mon 25 Apr 2022 at 10:00 | Eventbrite

Mental Health Careers Information Session (Bristol, BANES, Wiltshire and South Gloucestershire)– An info session on mental health careers with option for follow on support for anyone wishing to interview for entry level mental health roles.

When? Wednesday 4th May at 5:30pm

Where? On MS teams

Who? 16*-30 year olds who are interested in learning more about a mental health career (please note that the following programme may only be available to 18+ candidates depending on the employer’s vacancies).
More info/sign up link: Mental Health Careers Information Session (London and South West) Tickets, Wed 4 May 2022 at 17:30 | Eventbrite

If you have any questions about any of the programmes, or questions regarding our health and social care project as a whole, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at ellie.murray. If you would like to see the impact of our project, please take a look at a video of one of our young people here: The NHS: It’s not just a job, it’s a career – YouTube.

Best wishes,

Ellie Murray (she/her) | Youth Development Lead | The Prince’s Trust | Canningford House 38 Victoria Street, Bristol BS1 6BY | 07929 184410

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