Are you considering a career in the NHS?

Have you thought about a career in the NHS and wondered how you might be able to afford it?

In December 2019 the government announced new funding for staffing in the NHS. It said that all new and continuing nursing, midwifery students and many allied health students on pre-registration courses at English universities will receive a £5000 maintenance grant each year if they are eligible. They will not need to pay back.

This comes as part of the government’s manifesto commitment to increase nurse numbers by 50,000 by 2025.  The funding will be provided on top of existing support, including student loans

The Minister for Public Health Jo Churchill recently said:

“From paramedics to physiotherapists, radiographers to speech and language therapists, our talented allied health professionals are the third largest workforce in the NHS and support people to live better lives.”

As the demand will grow now and in the future for the health service, more of the best and brightest people will be needed to join the NHS. 

The NHS is looking for people who are passionate about caring and saving people’s lives whether you are a paramedic or diagnosing cancer as a radiographer, becoming a midwife providing expert care during labour and delivery and after birth care. The NHS is also looking for nurses to work with, adults, children and children with learning difficulties and mental health nurses.

The Department of Health and Social Care is currently running an advertising campaign to attract more people into the NHS. 

They are particularly targeting the following people:

Alistair Stirling of Stirling Careers Consultancy has previously worked for  Health Education England as a careers adviser advising trainee doctors on different career routes within the NHS. He has also worked with Allied health professionals, nurses, physiotherapists, mental health nurses  advising on career options within the NHS. He is also currently working part time for the NHS as an employment adviser.

How can Alistair Stirling help you?

We can help you talk through your options and discuss your career ideas in more detail. We can then help you put a plan together to work towards your career goals.

How we deliver these services?

These services are delivered through Zoom, Skype, telephone or Face to Face at a Central London location at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Alternatively, we will hire a room charging you at cost for the room hire in addition to the cost of the careers interview.

Bromley Careers Consultant Alistair Stirling offering careers advice in & around Kent, London

Alistair Stirling is a registered careers adviser with over 20 years’ experience of supporting people back into employment.

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