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Work Experience

Here you will find information about work experience for health and social care across Nottinghamshire.

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The Nottinghamshire Work Experience Hub provides a centralised process for those seeking work experience placements in the health and social care sectors.

This is a perfect opportunity for anyone thinking about a career in Health or Social Care to try a work experience placement at an acute hospital, in a mental health Trust or in a placement in our community services. Our Work Experience Hub has almost 100 different work experience placements such as anaesthetics, physiotherapy, speech & language therapy, audiology, patient pathway co-ordinator, aspiring medics, training & administration and urgent care.

The Nottinghamshire Work Experience Hub is available to everyone, whether you are at school thinking about your future career, people taking career breaks and wanting a change of direction or people wanting to try something completely different.

Working in the NHS and social care is an extremely rewarding career and offers an experience like nowhere else. Every role, whether it is clinical or non-clinical plays a vital role in making a difference to patients, service users and families and carers. You will learn a lot about yourself as well as developing professionally.

Please note that, due to the demand for placements and the limited number of available work experience placements, placements are restricted to Nottinghamshire residents only.

All work experience placements have been suspended until further notice due to Covid-19 to prioritise the health of our patients, staff and visitors.

For all general enquiries, please contact the Work Experience Co-ordinator:

Email: sfh-tr.nottsworkexperiencehub@nhs.net
Telephone: 01623 622515 ext 4423


Advice for Students

We are sorry that we are not currently offering any work experience placements.

Please look at the links section to see online work experience alternatives.

For students applying to university

Universities understand that it will be difficult to obtain work experience placements. They will expect to see in your personal statement that you have researched the different areas available in your field of study e.g. adults, paediatrics, older people.

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Advice for Teachers

We are sorry that we are not currently offering any work experience placements.

Please look at the links section to see online work experience alternatives.

Please also see this handy guide


Advice for Managers

We are unable to offer work experience placements at the current time, however we are always looking for ways to offer online alternatives. If you are willing to offer your time and expertise for a pre-recorded video or maybe a live Q&A session please get in touch.


What is on offer

ALL LOCAL WORK EXPERIENCE PLACEMENTS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19.

We are sorry that we are not currently offering any work experience placements. Please look at the links section to see online work experience alternatives.

Example work placements

RoleLocation
MaternityNottingham City Hospital
Occupational TherapyNottingham City Hospital
Finance AssistantKings Mill Hospital

Apply for Work Experience

ALL LOCAL WORK EXPERIENCE PLACEMENTS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19.

We are sorry that we are not currently offering any work experience placements. Please look at the links section to see online work experience alternatives.


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