Tuesday, 3 September 2013

50 apprentices hired to take on health board roles

Fifty young people are to start on a path to a career with a modern apprenticeship at Scotland's largest health board.

To help young people access good quality training and get a much-needed foothold on the employment ladder, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has offered apprenticeships in a range of areas.

The apprentices will sign up to a learning programme in addition to the on-the-job training they will receive.
Jobs include nursing assistants, clerical workers and receptionists, youth workers, technical officers and engineering.

Jobs will last two, three or four years ­depending on the type of role.

Each apprentice will have a mentor in addition to their line manager who will support them during their time while they also carry out academic study at Glasgow Clyde College.

Andrew Robertson, OBE, chairman of NHSGGC, launched the programme at a special event which all the new apprentices attended yesterday at Glasgow Clyde College.

People at the event also got the chance to see a short film, which featured a Modern ­Apprentice from the 2011 programme.

Mr Robertson said: "I look forward to welcoming the new apprentices into our workforce.”

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