If you are currently aged between 18-29 years old, unemployed and living in the Birmingham and Solihull postcode areas, then please contact the Learning Hub if you are looking to train towards employment in the NHS
I went over to meet Charlie today. He has just begun his second week as a Receptionist / Support Worker in Radiography at the Heritage Building of University Hospitals Birmingham.
You might be reading this and thinking that what you need is a job with ‘proper ‘wages, which is what some young people tend to think because there are friends to meet, fashions to keep up with, clubs to dance away the night and beautiful blue seas to swim in.
In my role as an Assistant Technical Officer in the stores area of Pharmacy, I take receipt of medicines from delivery drivers and make detailed notes of such things as how many items are received and their expiry dates, so it is important to always rotate stock as medication can be very expensiv
Jane is Lead Sister at A&E
I currently work as a porter within the In-Patients Department of Imaging, which covers CT Scanning, MRI and Ultrasound.
All ward controllers have different responsibilities and jobs, depending upon the area they are based in. My duties are based within Imaging, Endoscopy, Nuclear Medicine and X-Ray. The job varies on a daily basis but the first two or three hours is generally the same.
I have had the most amazing and life changing year!
I left Halesowen College in July 2015 after completing my Level 2 Health and Social Care achieving a distinction*
Charlie is an apprentice at the Learning Hub and has been with us since Nov 2015. He originally began training on our Innovate programme, where he developed his job searching and presentation skills.
This is Michelle, who is teaching a class of students on the building Health programme. The students are learning all about the reality of the Nursing Assistant role, which will prepare them for a working placement and a guaranteed interview after the successful completion of all training.
Here are some of the things you will learn when training with the Learning Hub
If you are aged 18-29 years old and wish to attend our registration session on 15/12/2016, then please call the Learning Hub on 697 8200 as soon as possible
The Hub won the Silver Award for the Best Public Service Programme at the Training Journal Awards held in London, November 2015
Nazma and Louise are now working with the Learning Hub as our functional skills Tutors. They both have a background in teaching and will be delivering courses in English and Maths, leading to a qualification in Functional Skills to Learning Hub students who need support in thes
When she decided her job as a part-time florist had little future, single mum-of-two Jacqui Kerr sought a total change of direction.
On a recent beach holiday, Learning Hub Tutor Michelle Watts helped to save the life of a man who had been pulled from the sea and was believed to be unconscious and not breathing.