Impartial careers advice
There are many things to consider when considering how you might develop your career.
Speaking with your line manager and work colleagues, as well as friends and family is important and can give you a range of viewpoints. Additionally, when thinking about your next career step, it can often help to talk to someone outside of your current situation.
If you would like to discuss how you might progress your career in health, you can contact the National Careers Service which offers:
- confidential and impartial careers information, advice and guidance
- information about learning opportunities, funding for studies and the different types of support available to you whilst you're learning
Advice is available on-line, over the phone or face to face. You can ask questions about careers, jobs, learning or training.
National Careers Service advisers are available from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.
In the first instance, contact the National Careers Service using its webchat channel