Communities within the Bradford District experience high level of inequalities in various guises, which can include social mobility. However, the team are focused on breaking down these barriers and providing opportunities to those who may have not necessarily have thought of a career within the NHS or Social Care.
The team pro-actively engages within the community, whilst attending careers events in the locality, providing advice and guidance to schools as well and engaging with the local community.
We have participated in various employment programmes, including sector based work academies, Kickstart programmes and T-levels to name a few .
The work of widening participation is also linked to the roles of careers ambassadors who are key in championing what we do in the NHS and social care. If you would like to sign up to become a careers ambassador, please email, us on firstname.lastname@example.org As we promote more cross working and follow on from our ‘Act as One’ ethos, we are hoping to align with the belief that grass roots recruitment aimed at young people across Bradford and Craven district can truly make a difference to our future workforce gaps in years to come. For more information please visit:
This page enables you to review the range of different services we offer across our hospitals and in the community
A website and communications programme for 14–19-year-olds which aims to stimulate awareness of the huge range of opportunities available within the NHS.
This website identifies a huge range of exciting and challenging opportunities. With more than 350 different careers on offer, there is a job for you no matter what your interests, skills or qualifications.
Leads work across Government to enable all children and young people to reach their full potential.
Provides information on how the NHS works, and details of local trusts and health services.
The Sector Skills Council for the health sector which aims to help the whole sector to develop solutions that deliver a skilled and flexible UK workforce in order to improve healthcare.
Marie Malcolm Richards
Education Lead Apprenticeships & Widening Participation
Apprenticeship & Widening Participation Co-Ordinator