Health and Social Care is the biggest employment sector in South Yorkshire. The pandemic was difficult for other industries such as travel, tourism, hospitality and entertainment. For this reason, we think it is more important than ever that people know about, aspire to, and are made ready for the full range of careers available in the NHS and Social Care. The top 20 predicted jobs for the future include: robotic engineer, nurse, data analyst, epidemiologist, accountant, care worker, and maintenance technician – all these roles can be found in our sector. We have a wide range of roles to suit all interests.
Virtual Work Experience programme applications are now open!
Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership have partnered with Springpod to deliver Virtual Work Experiences for young people aged 14 to 18 in Humber and North Yorkshire.
The virtual work experiences in Humber and North Yorkshire include Care Support and Allied Health Professions work, giving young people an insight in to working within the health and care sector at a crucial time when they are thinking about their futures, by giving them access to leading experts and industry professionals in the region, and the chance to take part in a unique and immersive experience that gives all the information needed to take next steps in a healthcare role.
The experiences on offer can be completed flexibly around student’s studies, so there’s no need for them to take time away from their schoolwork. Schools can do a bulk upload to register multiple students for the programme.
Apply here for the Care Support Work Experience.
Apply here for the Allied Health Professions Work Experience.
To ensure you get the very best experience, the number of places on each programme is limited. Apply soon to avoid missing your place. Good Luck!
Have a look at what careers are available within the Health and Social Care sector, you may be surprised just how many there are! Our team of experts have put together the best Health and Social Care career resources for you to access. All the resources listed are accredited by the SYB ICS Schools Team for Health and Social Care Careers.