Newly Qualified Nurses

Newly Qualified Nurses

Why join the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust?

We are Norfolk’s largest teaching hospital providing a full range of acute clinical services. Rotational posts across specialties are available.

We also play an important role in the teaching and training of health professionals, in partnership with the University of East Anglia, City College Norwich and University Campus Suffolk. The Trust’s location on the Norwich Research Park means that research and development is a key feature of our work.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) supports staff in continuing their professional development through courses including Critical care, Coronary care, and Older Person’s Medicine as well as mentoring qualifications. In addition to academically accredited study the Trust also offers a range of study days which can be found in our Training prospectus on the Trust intranet.

Details of NNUH Preceptorship Programme:

The NNUH has an established preceptorship development programme to support your transition from Student Nurse to Registered Nurse. We welcome applications from nurses graduating from all nursing branches.

There are a range of exciting opportunities for newly qualified nurses including rotational posts.

Preceptorship commences with a two week structured supernumerary induction programme combined with supernumerary time in practice and monthly themed study days for the first 6 months of your preceptorship year.

You will be supported by your Preceptor and Clinical Educator in your first year in practice. A dedicated facilitator is available to provide on-going support and advice throughout preceptorship and beyond.

For those with leadership aspirations Preceptorship can be used to commence the first step on the ladder of the Health Education East leadership pathway.

For further information please contact:

Nynke Hardy

Senior Nurse Practice Development &      Education

Tel: 01603-287678         Ext: 3678



Stevie Read  Practice Development Nurse

Tel: 01603-289030      Ext: 5030