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Work Expereince Newsletters (Primarily for students in secondary education)

Spring Edition - March 2022

Winter Edition - December 2021

Autumn Edition – September 2021

Summer Edition - Jun 2021

Spring Edition - Mar 2021

Winter Edition - Nov 2020

2021 Live Virtual Events Session Recordings

We are pleased to make available the recording of our virtual events as they become available. 

Professional Area
Recording Link

Apprenticeships

Midwifery

Nursing (Please note that there is an error on the "being a nurse" slide, the required hours for nurses should read 2,300.)

Click here for recording

Physiotherapy Therapy: Occupational Therapy:

Medicine: Non - Clinical Careers
 

Click here for recording

Healthcare Science: Dentistry: Pharmacy

Click here for recording
Speech & Language Therapy: Dietetics: Medicine: Nursing Click here for the recording
 Facilities (blow are roles included in this area)
• Accommodation
• Domestic Services
• Linen & Laundry
• Portering & Transport
• Catering
• Security
Click here for the recording
Operating Department Practitioner (OPD)
Therapeutic Radiotherapy

 
Click here for the recording
Midwifery Click here for the recording

Healthcare Science

Informatics

Click here for the recording

 

Presentation Containing Links to Various Virtual Resources

We have put together this virtual resource that will assist you in carrying out alternative work experience. The resource contains information on a variety of job roles within the NHS, both clinical and non-clinical.

The presentation includes:
• Personal experiences from STH staff
• Links to videos from the wider NHS
• Virtual Reality Work Experience Platforms
• Courses
• Useful links

PowerPoint presentation

With audio recording to be viewed on laptops/computers. Click here for the presentation 

PDF Format

For mobiles and tablets, without audio recording - Click here for the presentation

 

Additional Resources

Platform
Information 
Link

Medic Mentor

The information is provided by Schools Team for Heath and Social Care Careers.

For students that are interested in medicine or dentistry (please note that this is not an STH resource). Medic Mentors offer virtual work experience, which is a 30 hour commitment from a pupil over 6 months. Pupils recieve a certificate and they have a journal to complete for reflection, it covers 3 patient journeys: geriatric/adult and paediatric. Medic Mentor offers comprehensive support for pupils wanting to get into Medicine and Dentistry, including recommended reading lists. If you would like any further information please visit https://medicmentor.co.uk

 

Link to virtual work experience

Danny’s Journey

This is an animated video by Health Education England, showing the various NHS Teams that are involved in Danny’s care after he sustains an injury. Click here for the video.

ICould

As part of the Education and Employers charity, the icould.com platform helps draw links between school subjects and jobs. It encourages young people to discover opportunities they may not have known about before. It shows what is possible in the world of work. Free and simple to use, the site features over 1000 videos of real people talking about their careers – explaining their job role, career path and how different factors have shaped their choices. Videos can be filtered by job type or subject and cover a range of sectors and levels.

You can also visit career paths for guides and articles exploring issues at different career stages and decision points. These include GCSE options or university choices; exams and revision; and finding and applying for jobs.
 

Please click here

Please visit https://icould.com/about-us/   

for more information.

 

 

 

 

 
 

Additional Information

STH Work Experience Newsletter (for students interested in working within the NHS)

Contact the Work Experience Team

Mobile: 07974636518

Email: pamela.williams19@nhs.net

 

 
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