Apprenticeships

RJAH recognises the value of apprenticeships and are seeking to offer apprenticeship opportunities across the Trust. 

What’s an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a real job, with real training, meaning you can earn while you learn and gain the necessary skills and professional competencies in your chosen career.

All apprenticeships include elements of on the job and off the job training leading to industry recognised standards or qualifications.

More details on salaries and entry criteria in specific apprenticeship occupations can be found on www.gov.uk and search apprenticeships.

 

Apprentices are:

  • employed for a minimum 18 month period
  • paid a training salary
  • employed by the Trust and will receive the same terms and conditions as permanent members of staff
  • able to undertake a standard or framework competency based qualification which is acquired through the workplace experience.  This is supported by regular attendance at college and/or a tutor who visits them in the workplace
  • provided with training and development opportunities 

 

All RJAH Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust apprentice vacancies can be found on NHS Jobs here.  

For further information please contact:

Allen Edwards
People Development Advisor
Email: allen.edwards1@nhs.net

 

Apprenticeships Available

Follow the link https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/ for a step-by-step guide to all Apprenticeships currently available. These apprenticeships are available to existing staff.

For more information contact allen.edwards1@nhs.net

 

 

Useful resources

  • NHS careers - this is an all you need to know website about a career in health - how the health sector is structured, the sort of people we need and where you might work and specific information about careers in the NHS, medicine and public health. Have a look around, explore roles and plan your career. Make a difference with a career in health and get all the information you need to take the next step in your career journey.
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