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Get Started in Health and Social Care

Prince’s Trust offers an amazing opportunity for people aged 16-30, who is not in full-time education, employment or training and who is looking to move into the Health and Social Care sector. This free 3 day programme the Get Started in Health and Social Care will take place in Microsoft Teams, East Midlands from Tuesday 26th May-Thursday 28th May 2020.

 

It is designed to support work-ready young people looking to excel and develop new skills and learn about employability skills for live vacancies within the area. The course also provides CV support, interview advice and up to 6 months of mentoring support if wanted.

 

A knowledge of prior experience of health and social care is not essential and the course welcomes any young people interested in both clinical and non-clinical roles within Health and Social Care.

 

If you have someone that might benefit from this free course email leicsandnorthants@princes-trust.org.uk or contact them on 0116 2550400 or 07940 284 192.

More information below:

Brochure:

Digital Get Started Poster May 2020

Fill in this form and email it to the Prince’s Trust:

Post 16 Referral Form

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