NHS Ambassadors

Did you know that if you visited the NHS website, you will find over 350 different career paths listed?  Become an NHS Ambassador and help bring to life the different careers in the NHS and inspire the next generation.

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Health Education England (HEE)  have teamed up with Inspiring the Future to get more NHS staff into schools on a regular basis, talking about the breadth of interesting roles available and encouraging school children of all ages to consider a career in the NHS.

Find out more with our great video:

Have you got an hour a year to inspire the next generation of the NHS?

  • Use this link to register.
  • Respond to invitations from schools or look for opportunities to volunteer.
  • Connect with the teach to plan your activity, whether it is giving a classroom talk or delivering an interactive workshop.
  • If you have any queries, please contact the Inspiring the Future team.

 

Check out the wide range of NHS-related resources you can use in schools:

 

Become an NHS Ambassador

 

 

Celebrating the NHS turning 70

The National Health Service turned 70 on 5 July 2018.  We saw this as the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions, to recognise and thank the extraordinary NHS staff, and to inspire the future NHS workforce.  Read more about the event here.

  

 

Information for NHS staff

You may be contacted by primary schools all the way up to sixth form colleges and it is up to the school and yourself to plan the activity. You will be provided with access to materials to support you and tips about going into schools and engaging children and young people.

 

 

Upcoming event for schools

Get your students behind the scenes of the NHS and bring to life the careers in the interesting world of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) by watching the WOW Show live at 10am on 26th June.  They will get to hear about what it is really like to work for the NHS, the rewarding careers of AHPs, and explore the pathways into the NHS.

Read more here.

Resources