We have a team of trained and experienced staff have an understanding of what employers are seeking when recruiting new employees.  Our tutors have extensive experience of employment issues and training. They are familiar with the types of issues that can hinder you in trying to get into work after a period of unemployment. Through the training they provide you will build up your self-confidence, improve your ability to complete application forms and develop your interview techniques so that when a job opportunity arises you feel ready and able to confidently apply. 

In addition to our team of tutors we have a dedicated Placement Officer who works closely with our clients as part of their courses. Our Placement officer liaises with a variety of health and public sectors employers to arrange work experience placements. On-the-job placements can provide you with the chance to see a preferred job role first hand and are a great way to add some beneficial experience to your profile.

Finally, as well receiving ongoing support and guidance from the training team whilst on courses, you will also have ongoing access to one of our mentors.  We have a number of volunteer mentors across the Trust who are available to provide additional support for personal and vocational development, this can be available during training or first few months of employment should you secure employment within the NHS.