An apprenticeship is a real job with a real salary, so you can train while still earning a wage, working towards a recognised qualification as you go.
More than 90% of our apprentices go on to secure jobs within the NHS at the end of their apprenticeship. As part of our apprenticeship programme you may have access to a range of additional exciting enrichment activities.
At the Trust, we offer two main types of apprenticeships delivered by our in-house vocational centre
In addition to the above apprenticeships, other apprenticeship opportunities may be available through partnerships with other training providers and Universities. All of these will be advertised on www.jobs.nhs.uk when they become available.
How to apply
You can apply through the National Apprenticeship Service website or via the NHS Jobs Website. Applications are then shortlisted against the set criteria on the relevant person specification. Please note you must be 18 to apply for any Clinical Apprenticeship.
What happens after I apply?
Your application form will be submitted for short-listing process, which involves assessing whether you meet the criteria required on the person specification for the role.
Candidates who meet the criteria will be invited to attend an interview.