Our award-winning Graduate Management Training Scheme (GMTS) has produced inspirational NHS leaders since 1956. Notable alumni include Sir Simon Stevens, Amanda Pritchard, current Chief Executive of NHS England, and Peter Homa, former Chair of the NHS Leadership Academy.
How it works
GMTS is unique, unrivalled and prestigious. It combines successful leadership strategies from international healthcare and private sector organisations, along with academic expert content.
Fast-tracking graduates who want to develop their career within the health service, it provides mentoring, support and high-quality non-clinical training over approximately two years. Giving trainees the chance to become successful leaders in the NHS, it’s crucial in sustaining the talent pipeline.
Each trainee specialises in one of six specialisms. They also achieve placements, complete a PGCert in Healthcare Leadership and undertake additional professional qualifications within their specialist area.
Is your organisation interested in hosting a Trainee?
We are delighted to confirm the next intake of NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme (NHS GMTS) trainees will be September 2022 and welcome NHS organisations to submit an application to host NHS GMTS trainee(s).
Applications are sought from systems or partner organisations which demonstrate provision of rotational placements across services, and organisational boundaries for health and social care. We ask for a lead host organisation to submit the application on behalf of the partnership / system.
Organisations wishing to host trainees will need to submit a completed application form by 15 February 2022. For more information, please contact the EoE GMTS Team for access to application guidance documents.