This is a final reminder that the NHS Virtual Work Experience Programme is starting on the 7th of February.
Students will be receiving their work experience links next week.
Students now have access to their own specific work experience programme that will be highly relevant to the following healthcare careers:
Art, drama and music therapists
Operating Department Practitioners
Prosthetists and orthotics
Speech and language therapists
You can learn more and and/or register for the programme here: https://alliedhealthmentor.org/nhs-healthcare-careers-virtual-work-experience/
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THE SUTTON TRUST CHAMPIONS SOCIAL MOBILITY THROUGH PROGRAMMES, RESEARCH AND POLICY INFLUENCE
The Sutton Trust support young people from less advantaged backgrounds to access leading universities and careers. In partnership with universities and employers, they run engaging programmes that give students practical advice and leave them feeling inspired and more confident about their future.
Their programmes are completely free to attend. All costs – including travel, accommodation, food and activities – are paid for by the Trust and their partners. Mr. McGarry will raise awareness of this opportunity at the S5 Assembly.
Please click on the link to find out more information.
Pupil Support staff are still available to provide support to pupils while the school is closed. If you would like to speak to your Pupil Support Teacher, please email them and they will be in touch with you as soon as they can.
Please also check out some of the wellbeing resources in the Positive Mental Health section of the website.
Link to School Positive Mental Health Resources
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Are you a recent school/college leaver?
We are currently recruiting for Network Rail Scotland. They have 5 Trainee Project Manager Assistant positions available to be based within their Glasgow City Centre office.
This 2-year apprenticeship programme is the ideal opportunity for a motivated and collaborative individual to begin a rewarding career in Project Management within Scotland’s Railway. After completing this apprenticeship, you will be able to apply for a Project Management Assistant role.
The role will require you to be motivated, enthusiastic and well driven.
You must have three National 5 qualifications at level A-B and English is required.
Be available to start employment from April 2021.
Your starting salary will be £14,000 and will increase to £15,000 at the completion of Year 1.
What will you gain?
· A platform to kick-start your career with a passenger-focused organisation.
· A place where you can bring your true self to work.
· Two recognised nationwide qualifications in the SCQF Level 6 in Business Administration followed by the SCQF Level 8 in Project Management.
Salary & Other Benefits
Network Rail can offer you a rewarding career with competitive pay and excellent benefits including a choice of contributory pension schemes, a generous annual leave package, a bonus scheme and an annual 75% subsidy on season tickets. costing up to £3,333 (to a maximum amount of £2,500).
Interested? Then please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information call us on 07870 565325
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