NNUH to host monthly Apprenticeship Twitter Q&A sessions
With the summer holidays and career choices approaching Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Career Development Co-ordinator, Annie Cook, will be on hand to answer your questions on apprenticeships within the NHS, in particular apprenticeship options at NNUH.
The Twitter Q&As will be held on:
Friday 22nd May 4pm 5pm
Friday 3rd July 4pm 5pm
Friday 24th July 4pm 5pm
Schools, Colleges, school leavers, adults, parents and students are all welcome to join the Twitter Q&A and ask the apprenticeship experts their advice on apprenticeships in general and especially roles at NNUH.
Annie Cook, NNUH Career Development Co-ordinator commented: This is an excellent opportunity to find out more about the NHS and associated careers. Working closely with local education providers including UEA we have developed a partnership to provide essential information, advice and guidance around all options and both traditional and non-traditional routes into a career in the NHS. Apprenticeships have transformed the way we recruit and are at the heart of its succession planning allowing the organisation to grow our own’ workforce.
This exciting new talent stream helps us to create a highly trained, sustainable workforce offering outstanding patient care.
Annie will answer your questions live via the NNUH Twitterfeed (@NNUH) on the dates stated above. You can submit a question using the hashtag #NAWNNUH or you can submit a question in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apprenticeships are a framework of education which combines core skills such as English and Maths with technical skills needed for specific clinical or admin jobs and also incorporates a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ). The apprenticeship is delivered as vocational work based learning which may require some attendance at college. The salary of £102.37 per week is set by the Low Pay Commission.