Are you aged between 16 and 30 and looking for a career in the Health & Social Care sector?
The Skills for Health project can help you!
The Skills for Health project has been specifically designed to help young people aged between 16 and 30, gain meaningful employment in the Health & Social Care sector - across many job roles.
With more than 350 careers available within the NHS and social care sector, there is a role for anybody looking to make a difference every day.
Our Skills for Health team will help you identify roles within the sector that will allow you to unlock your potential and secure your future employment goals.
Whether you are just leaving education or you feel you have the transferable skills that could be utilised in a role that helps others, this project can mentor you through the process.
The Skills for Health Project is a joint initiative between Stockton Riverside College, Redcar & Cleveland College, Bede Sixth Form College, NETA Training Group, The Skills Academy, Hartlepool College of Further Education and The Prince's Trust.
Our shared values and high standards mean that we have one simple goal, to help young people gain meaningful employment in the Health & Social Care sector.
For more information about how we can help you, please contact the Skills for Health Team: