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Please contact each Career Engagement Hub to find out more about specific resources available in that local health economy.

Career Ready Programme

Career ready internships and work placements allow students to apply their learning in a real workplace, make a genuine contribution to an employer and gain experience and skills that will prove invaluable to them as they set out on their chosen career.

Take a look at the flyer entitled Build a pipeline of talented new recruits.

There is also an Internship job description 

Health Futures Programme

This is focused on Health, Wellbeing and Employability in schools. The overarching aims of the programme are:

  • Improve health and wellbeing for young people
  • Improve the employability and career opportunities for young people
  • Develop workforce development recommendations

There is a presentation for you to look at.

Sector-based Work Academies

How jobcentre plus can help you fill your vacancies more efficiently 

STEM Ambassadors Programme

STEM Ambassadors provide the link between employers and the workforce of tomorrow. This guide to volunteering shows how you can help inspire young people and safeguard the UK’s pipeline of STEM talent and skills.

There is more information here in the attached flyer.

News & Events

The news and events for the NW are listed here, which include the Big Bang Event July 2016.

In April 2016 we held the NW Careers Engagement Launch event

HEE(NW) held a launch event on the 21st April 2016, bringing together representatives from the Career Engagement Hubs, HEE and stakeholders including; Skills for Health Academy, STEMNET and others involved in promoting healthcare careers.

Presentations from the day

Activity of the five hubs (21/04/16) 

Forthcoming Events

Hubs careers event - September 2016

National apprenticeship show - October 2016

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