The work experience programme provides local students aged 14-19 years with a great opportunity to get out of the class room and into our Trust to have a taste of the skills required for a career within the NHS.
Work experience helps students who are interested in NHS careers to gain confidence, communication skills and an insight into which career path to pursue.
Benefits for the Student
Allows young people to make a more informed choice about their future career
Gives students a better understanding of the workplace
Provides a valuable hands on experience of the word of work
Increases student motivation and achievement by making education more relevant to working life
Can help a young person to develop new and existing skills, increasing confidence, communication skills and the ability to take on responsibility for themselves.
Benefits for the Trust
Influencing the quality of the future workforce
Developing recruitment channels with the possibility of finding a future workforce
Enhance the reputation of the Trust by engaging with the local Community
Be involved in developing young people’s confidence and employability skills
Enhance the workforce’s supervision and mentoring skills by looking after work experience students
Increase Foundation Trust Membership.
If you are aged 14– 19 years and would like an opportunity of work experience at Mid Cheshire Hospitals, please contact:
Learning Support Officer
Learning and Development Department.
Flat MF55, Leighton Hospital Residences,
Telephone: 01270 278066 / extension: 8066