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We understand that there is a lot of anxiety around the safety of the vaccines. The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are safe and effective. They will give you the best protection against coronavirus.
A new community survey has just been launched as part of South London Listens to help find the solutions to the impact Covid-19 has had on the mental health of our communities.
We continue to see patients at all our sites, as well as in their homes, and have a number of measures in place to ensure our sites are Covid secure, including the wearing of face masks and coverings, deep cleaning, one-way signage and cleaning stations.
An apprenticeship is simply formal on-the-job learning. This means that you get essential hands-on work experience while also earning a real salary – and to top it all off you get to take home a qualification as well.
Apprenticeships are a great way to:
The question to ask yourself is: what do I want to do for a career?
This video explains more about apprenticeships in the NHS:
Why you should choose our Trust
We are passionate about learning, development and progression opportunities for all our staff. Our managers are dedicated to supporting you with your work-based learning journey.
There is a full range of apprenticeship standards that are linked to healthcare: https://haso.skillsforhealth.org.uk/standards/.
We currently offer apprenticeships to our staff in several different areas, including:
Who can apply
Apprenticeships are for everyone – from Level 2 (GCSE level) to Level 7 (post-graduate or masters level). Apprenticeships provide routes into a variety of careers and are an excellent opportunity to earn, gain work experience, develop skills and achieve nationally recognised qualifications at the same time.
Apprenticeships also offer career development opportunities for current staff. How to apply Please email all enquiries to email@example.com.
Public sector target for apprenticeships
Every year all public sector bodies with 250 or more staff are required to publish the number of apprenticeships starts as a percentage of its workforce headcount, to monitor progress against a government target to employ an average of at least 2.3% of their staff as new apprentice starts annually over the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2021.
pdf (116 KB) View the latest report from our Trust (PDF)
If you want more information on these targets or wish to discuss apprenticeships in more detail please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting some experience is one of the most important things you can do to help find a career in Health care sector. Work experience takes place in the workplace and allows people to experience what it is like to undertake a job supervised by staff who already work in the environment
South West London and St George`s(SWLSTG) Work experience programme is a fantastic way to gain insight into a particular career. It can also be a valuable way of getting some confidence and experience of working in a team and caring for people. Whether it is a short or long-term placement, full or part time, or on a structured or informal basis, SWLSTG work experience can help you choose the right career.
Why Work in the NHS- Please watch the below video
In SWLSTG we have range of roles in which any person interested in the programme would fit themselves into this include clinical and non-clinical role. Please see video
Finding an Opportunity
If you`re looking for a work experience placement
Apply using the below link: https://apps.xswlstg-tr.nhs.uk/eWorkflow/5f22133824c0d1d38c2c0ad5
We serve 1.1 million people across the London boroughs of Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth and employ more than 2,000 staff.
Our very wide range of job roles and opportunities combined with our reputation for excellence in mental health services make us an attractive place to work. We are always searching for staff who embody our values and are innovative, adaptable and committed to providing our patients with superior, evidence-based care.
With more than 100 clinical teams across the Trust, you will have the opportunity to work with highly motivated and dedicated professionals, including doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, occupational therapists, psychotherapists and psychologists; so your work will have a real impact.
Find out more about our career opportunities in
You can view our current vacancies here.
Alternatively you can visit the NHS jobs website.
We have many opportunities for nurses at our Trust, both in our inpatient wards and in our community teams.
As a nurse at this Trust you will be given the opportunity to grow your nursing career around a development pathway that is unique to you which includes training, clinical practice and personal development.
These are core to helping you to manage the challenges as well as positive situations that will arise in your nursing career.
See an example of what a pdf three year development pathway (582 KB) with us could look like.
Our nursing vision is linked to our Nursing Framework and has been developed following:
We have decided to make our Nursing bulletin available on our website so that people can see all the amazing work our Nurses do. Some of the links on this bulletin will not work as they are for internal use only. We hope you enjoy reading about what we have been getting up to.
See our nursing vacancies here.
We have many opportunities for staff from all disciplines working in our community teams.
In our community services, mental health professionals work in multidisciplinary teams.
Teams could include doctors, nurses, therapists, team managers (usually from a professional clinical or social care background) and other support staff.
Rachel is a community psychiatric nurse. Find out more about her role and her experience working at our trust.