Download our toolkit to help you promote the website

Health Careers has today released a new toolkit to help local health organisations, including NHS trusts, schools and other organisations promote its website. 

What's available? 

Released as part of the National Careers Week 2016 celebrations, the toolkit can help organisations show the benefits of the website and raise awareness in their communities. It highlights the website's key content and outlines how by registering with the site, you can access a number of exclusive features.

The toolkit consists of:

Download the toolkit today and help increase awareness of careers in health.

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Website features

With information on more than 350 roles in health, a number of real-life stories and videos, as well as a comprehensive course finder, the website is useful for anyone considering a career in health and those offering career information, advice and guidance (IAG).

It is also packed with tools that can be used in classrooms and one-to-one career advice sessions. There is also a designated section for career advisers where you can find a range of resources, tools and tips to help you offer careers advice. You can also sign up to receive our quarterly newsletters about the latest developments in health. 

National Careers Week 2016

Health Education England, through the Health Careers service, is sponsoring this year's National Careers Week (NCW) which is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. It aims to encourage education providers to bring together students, local employers and advisers through careers events and activities. 

During National Careers Week it is up to every school, academy and college to offer careers advice and guidance to their students. The National Careers Week website provides free resources, information on current career opportunities, including a health careers zone, and advice on activities and exercises to run.

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