POSTPONED - NHS Traineeship Open Day
As you will be aware, the Government are continuing to take steps to try and mitigate the risk associated with the increasing spread of Coronavirus. The World Health Authority has declared the situation a pandemic and we continue to follow the advice of Public Health England, in managing the situation.
The health and safety of our students, staff and visitors is paramount and, in response to the latest developments, the College has taken a decision to postpone all events to be hosted by the College, until further notice.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but we must all work together to mitigate the effects of this serious, global pandemic.
You can find general information about the College, including any changes to opening times, on our website.
Wirral Met College is recruiting NHS Trainees for Liverpool University Hospital Foundation Trust. Visit Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Wednesday 13th May at 10 am to learn more.
WHAT IS A TRAINEESHIP?
A traineeship with one of Wirral Met College’s partner employers will provide participants with high quality work experience, development of English and maths skills, whilst learning how to prepare for work by gaining interpersonal and interview skills.
Upon completion of traineeship programmes, all participants are guaranteed either a job interview (if a relevant position is available), or an exit interview that will provide valuable feedback to help them towards securing an apprenticeship or employment.
A Traineeship can offer you:
- Preparation for work
- Help to highlight your skills
- Maths and English support
- A work placement with an employer looking to recruit
- Your first step on the career ladder
You will be eligible if you are aged 16-24 and have not yet achieved a full level 3 qualification.
Contact our Employer Services team for further information - 0151 551 7610.