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Posted: Tuesday Aug 11, 2020
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Posted: (4 days ago) Healthcare. Acoustics consultant Acoustician, acoustics engineer. Acoustics consultants help manage and control noise and vibrations in homes, workplaces and other environments. Acupuncturist. Acupuncturists insert needles into pressure points on clients' bodies to help relieve everyday stresses, and improve their wellbeing. Alexander Technique ...
Healthcare science assistant | Explore careers | National ...
Posted: (4 days ago) Career path and progression With experience, you could apply for a senior post as a healthcare science associate. With a degree you could work towards becoming a healthcare scientist or biomedical scientist, or apply for the NHS Practitioner Training Programme. You could also train to become a cardiological technician, cardiographer, cervical cytology screener or phlebotomist.
Healthcare assistant | Explore careers | National Careers ...
Posted: (3 days ago) You'll find it useful to get some paid or voluntary experience in a healthcare setting or personal care role. This will help when you apply for jobs. You could contact the voluntary services co-ordinator at your local NHS trust for advice about opportunities.
Social care | Explore careers
Posted: (3 days ago) Specialist healthcare assistant. Palliative care assistants provide specialist end of life care and support to patients and their families. Patient advice and liaison service officer. Patient advice and liaison service (PALS) officers give support, advice and information about NHS services.
Health play specialist | Explore careers | National ...
Posted: (3 days ago) You will need some experience of working with children in a childcare or healthcare setting. There may be opportunities with the NHS, as well as independent and private providers of healthcare services. You can find vacancies through NHS Jobs and the National Association of Health Play Specialists. Entry requirements. You'll usually need:
Care worker | Explore careers | National Careers Service
Posted: (3 days ago) With experience, you can become a lead care worker. You can also move into more senior jobs, like managing people or services, if you study for further qualifications. For example, a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care, or a degree in social work or nursing. Current opportunities
Health trainer | Explore careers | National Careers Service
Posted: (4 days ago) You can apply directly for health trainer jobs, if you've got: an understanding of the health issues facing the community; good communication skills in English and, for some jobs, a second community language; some GCSEs, including English Qualifications or experience as a personal trainer, fitness instructor or dietitian can also be helpful.
Palliative care assistant | Explore careers | National ...
Posted: (4 days ago) a healthcare support worker intermediate apprenticeship; a lead adult care worker advanced apprenticeship; This will usually take 12 months to complete. You'll do on-the-job training and spend time at a college or training provider. Entry requirements. You'll usually need:
Animal care | Explore careers