Are you ready to develop your career as a future leader in the NHS?
If the answer is yes, the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme (GMTS) can give you the training and support you need to achieve your leadership potential.
The scheme is not just for new graduates. We welcome the experience that NHS internal applicants bring and encourage applications from staff with protected characteristics. It’s crucial that the NHS develops a diverse pool of leadership talent to meet the needs of a diverse population.
Through training and study, the Scheme will support you in developing skills, experience, and confidence to begin your leadership journey. It will equip you to change processes, inform big decisions, make vital savings, and improve lives. Ultimately, this scheme can lead you to senior board level roles in the NHS.
As current NHS employees, you will benefit from protected terms that are in your existing contract. We recognise that some colleagues have long established ties to certain areas due to their NHS careers and we will take this into consideration as part of the offer process.
To find out more, visit our website. You can also join a live webinar dedicated to NHS staff. This is your chance to find out more about the Scheme, application process and speak to current trainees and alumni about what life on GMTS is really like.
To register for an event please see the following registration details*:
|Date||Time||Region||Link to register|
|24th May 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||East of England||Click here|
|25th May 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||South West||Click here|
|25th May 2023||11:00am – 12:00pm||Midlands||Click here|
|26th May 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||South East||Click here|
|1st June 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||North East & Yorkshire||Click here|
|22nd June 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||East of England||Click here|
|19th July 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||East of England||Click here|
|31st August 2023||2:00pm – 3:00pm||East of England||Click here|
*If you cannot attend your region’s webinar, please come along to another regions’, as they are structurally similar.