Taking place between 3 to 9 February 2020, National Apprenticeship Week is an annual celebration of apprenticeships and the enormous contribution apprentices make.
Nursing, midwifery and many allied health professional students are to receive between £5000 and £8,000 a year to help fund their studies from September 2020. And they won't need to pay back a penny!
Training for the next cohort of new roles to support mental health in schools and colleges is underway, and future programmes will start in September 2020 and January 2021.
Health Careers is pleased to support AHPs day 2019, an opportunity to celebrate the allied health professions and the difference they make to patient care.
If you’re waiting for your GCSE results, you’re probably thinking about what you’ll do next.
If you’ve recently received your A-level results, you’re probably thinking about what you’ll do next.
28 June is UK Employability Day, a day of celebration for organisations helping jobseekers to gain and progress in work.
Last summer, the NHS launched its first recruitment drive in over a decade - We are the NHS - with an initial priority to increase the nursing workforce. It is now turning its attention to getting more nurses back into practice and back into the NHS workforce.
Schools and colleges took their students behind the scenes in healthcare on 26 June to explore the pathways to rewarding and fulfilling careers.