Could you work in the national 111 service?
The national 111 telephone service employs everyone from service (telephone) advisers to health advisers and advanced clinical practitioners.
With NHS 111, 999 and out-of-hours services working together, a new career framework is available that demonstrates the career paths available within the integrated urgent care sector and 111.
While the framework is largely for employers to use, it’s useful for anyone thinking about a career in urgent care and 111. Have a look to see:
- key roles for clinical and non-clinical staff
- key tasks
- education and training requirements for each role
- example job descriptions
- person specifications
- core competencies
There’s also a link for employers to find out more about apprenticeships.