'Get Started in Health and Social Care' with the Prince's Trust

The Prince's Trust is holding a short programme to help young people into immediate jobs within the healthcare industry. With vacancies across the South West, both clinical and non-clinical, this programme aims to cover the topics that will enable young people to feel ready for interviews on the final day of the programme.


The Princes Trust are a charity that was set up in 1976 by HRH The Prince of Wales. He had the vision to help improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. Since the beginning, the trust has now helped over one million young people. The charity can help with a variety of topics, including tips for cv writing, helping with business plans, managing money and finding employment. They can also help with building confidence and finding the right education and training that a young person may need.


Details

Taster session: Wednesday 3rd August, 1pm-3pm

Main programme: Tuesday 9 August to Thursday 11 August, 10am-4pm.

Where: Microsoft Teams (free to use)

Who: Work-ready 16-30 year olds


This is a fantastic opportunity to spend time with experienced staff members that can offer information about the health and social care sector. They will be on hand to discuss job roles that are available for interview, and also talk through a range of health and social care and employability topics. You will then have the opportunity to interview with an employer on the final day.


Anyone participating will be offered six months of mentoring and will have access to financial support for starting a new role. No prior qualifications are needed to take part. To register your interest, please click here.