As one of the largest employers in the area, the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust acknowledges its social responsibility to engage with young people and students within the local community by offering work related learning opportunities.
We are committed to providing work experience placements for students to assist them in developing an understanding of working life in a health care setting. If you are a student at a local school and thinking of a career in the NHS, then our work experience programme could be for you. Having the chance to experience a working environment prior to making a career choice will prove very valuable in helping you plan your long-term future.
Norfolk & Norwich Career Information Contacts
Please remember all staff mentioned below are working professionals, and therefore they will respond to you as soon as they are able. Please read carefully what experience is offered.
Contact is Susan Leinster on Susan.Leinster@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Physiotherapy presentation, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Becky Groom on Becky.Groom@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Occupational Therapy Talk, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Francesca Howe on Colin.Whatley@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Dietitian Talk, must be 16 years and over.
SPEECH & LANGUAGE THERAPY
Contact is Kate Richardson on Kate.Richardson@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Speech & Language Therapy talk, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Leah Cooper on Leah.Cooper@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Informal Talk, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Claire Morgan on Claire.Morgan@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer prospective student visit, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Rebecca Cozens on Rebecca.Cozens@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Informal Talk & Tour, must be 16 years and over.
Contact is Lucy Spinks (Mon-Thurs) on Lucy.Spinks@nnuh.nhs.uk NO PLACEMENTS OFFERED,
Offer Informal Talk & Tour, must be 16 years and over.
- 29th July 2019 – 12pm
- 21st October 2019 – 12pm
Contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must be 16 years and over and have high GCSE grades in the sciences.
There are limited placements offered each year.
The window opens in December where students can send in their opening statement as to why they wish to become a doctor attaching a CV to this email. All applications are looked at in January and a selection is made then. All students are informed if they have been successful or not.
Year 10 Work Experience Non-Clinical Programme
This is aimed at Year 10 students. The Trust offers 2 individual weeks during the year for the NNUH work experience.
Each week is a structured, planned programme consisting of visits to departments, presentations, talks, tours, and some skill based learning. The programme covers careers such as physiotherapy, radiography, pharmacy, research, nursing, occupational therapy and sterile services.
We are currently checking YR10 work experience dates with the local schools for next year. Once we have finalised them we will post on here 2 separate weeks students can apply to do work experience.
How to Apply For Year 10 Work Experience Programme
There is no guarantee of a place if you apply. Places are extremely limited. Please complete the Application and the Health & Wellbeing Form. Applications will not be considered if missing one or the other of the required forms.
We will accept applications for YR10 Work Experience from Monday 28th October 2019 and the closing date for applications will be 22nd November 2019.
Please state the week you are applying for at the top of your application form.
Please send either by post to the below address or scan and email again to the below email address.
Please do not send any applications in before the stated dates above.
If you have any further queries please contact Clare Fox (Career Development Facilitator) on Tel: 01603 286843 or email email@example.com
20 Rouen Road
***New & Exciting Opportunities Available at NNUH*** ( Please read carefully)
Future Career & Apprenticeship Information mornings will be held in the following months (dates to be confirmed but will be a Saturday morning)
- Nov 2019
- March 2020
Study Day for YR12/13 Students Saturday 28th September 2019
We will be running a study day for YR12/13 students in the Bob Champion Building and main hospital covering a range of areas including Cardiology & AMU/Renal & Respiratory/Biomedical science/Allied Health Professionals/Endoscopy.
The times are anticipated as a 9am arrival and sign in, with the day running from 9.30am-3pm. You will need to bring your own lunch, we will provide teas and coffees and squash, there is a water fountain available in the building.
The idea of the day is to raise awareness of several different careers within our Trust and the NHS, there will be 6 stations and groups of students will rotate round each station during the day with a 30min lunch break.
Please keep checking here for details of how to apply.
Science Summer School 29th July – 2nd August 2019
We are running a Summer Science School this year for YR12/13 students who are interested in science but who do not want to go into medicine.
Monday 29th July – Friday 2nd August 2019.
Sessions will cover the following areas (although this could be subject to change due to staffing) Haematology/Blood Sciences/Chemistry/Biomedical Science.
All places have been allocated for this Summer Science School.
Career ideas – icould.com