The scheme is now open for applications for the 2019 intake.
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The ‘Grad Scheme’ is a multi-award winning fast-track to NHS leadership for graduates, which will continue to deliver the managers and leaders who can lead transformation while maintaining the delicate balance of equitable access and affordability. The scheme is recruited and led by the NHS Leadership Academy and here in the east of England we have local responsibilities to manage placements and local networking and training.
The scheme is 2-3 years long dependent on specialism, with rotating full-time work placements and post-graduate education and leadership development. Our trainees are enthusiastic, innovative and motivated to improve patient care.
The Graduate Management Training Scheme consists these specialisms:
- General management
- Finance management
- HR management
- Informatics management
- Health Analysis management (not available in the east of England)
- Policy and Strategy (not available in the east of England)
The outstanding results achieved by the NHS graduates highlight the Graduate Scheme’s high-quality learning, and recognises their ability and commitment. The Graduate Scheme is open to both current NHS staff and those considering joining us. Whatever your background, you must share our commitment to creating a world-class healthcare service.
For further information please contact [email protected]
NHS Welcome Event 2018 – A Day of Conversations
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Skills for Care Graduate Management Programme
This 12 month programme, developed in partnership with the NHS Leadership Academy, the Department of Health and social care employers, is designed to fast track graduates into leadership roles in the health and social care sector. Full details are available here.