Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Personal Trainer Opportunities with Fitness First


TRAIN TO BECOME A PT AT FITNESS FIRST
 
AND PAY NO RENT FOR THE 1ST YEAR!
 
Interested? then keep reading to find out more about their PT52 initiative.
 
Fitness First are accepting applications from individuals looking to take their first steps in a fitness career, and are offering the chance to gain knowledge and experience with an industry leader.
 
As part of the PT52 program you will benefit from:
  • Free rent for 52 weeks, so every penny you make is yours to keep
  • Free membership and full access to Fitness First facilities and member experience products
  • Daily support from the Fitness Manager
  • Gain knowledge through our PT Certification course
  • Public Liability Insurance & uniform
 
If you're ambitious, driven and passionate about keeping fit, then Fitness First want to hear from you!
 
No experience is needed as they have teamed up with The Training Room to help you become qualified and gym-floor ready. Apply below for more information.
 

Apprenticeship Opportunities with BAE


Apply your talent where it counts – apprenticeships at BAE Systems in Portsmouth
 

 

BAE Systems Maritime apprentices work with some of the world’s most complex warships and submarines and deliver maritime services such as training and modernisation of ships and equipment. As one of our apprentices, you could be part of the team working on our world-leading radars, for example, or supporting the Royal Navy’s Portsmouth-based fleet, including the new Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers or working on our Naval Ships Combat Systems or Submarines Complex Systems and Solutions.
 
If you’re over 16, are thinking about an engineering or project management apprenticeship, our award-winning programmes may be the career option you’re looking for.  Our apprenticeships offer:
  • a good salary;
  • paid-for qualifications;
  • full training and support;
  • proper work where you can make a real contribution;
  • social and development activities to help you build a strong network with others.

We’re an inclusive employer and particularly welcome applications from women and people from black, Asian or minority ethnic communities.
 
You can find out more about our apprentice and graduate programmes at open evenings at Portsmouth Naval Base on 16 and 17 January from 5pm to 7pm. Portsmouth Naval Base is a working defence establishment, so you must register through the links if you want to attend.
 
 
For more information about our apprentice, graduate and undergraduate opportunities see our website.
 
  

Rotary Young Leaders Award - would you like to try for this?


Why not recommend someone in your company to take part in the Rotary Young Leaders’ Award (RYLA)?

The Rotary Club of Cambridge sponsors young people (age 18-26) to take part in a RYLA course.

RYLA is a Rotary program to encourage the development of young people as future community and business leaders. The courses are a week long and take place at Grafham Water Centre, near Huntingdon, in early September. Participants take part in a residential programme that includes team exercises, physical activities, personal presentations and discussion. The aim is to create a testing, but supportive, environment where they challenged both physically and mentally, encouraged to step outside their comfort zone and learn more about themselves and their potential.

By combining the finest of outdoor development activities with current best practice in leadership training, the course helps candidates to:

- work effectively in a team, even when tired and stressed

- discover the benefits of delegation

- recognise and utilise skills in others

- work to tight deadlines

- understand the challenges of leadership

 - learn from their own mistake

Some comments from recent attendees: "Life changing” "Challenging & Exciting”, “Absolutely unforgettable”, "Understand myself more and my impact on others”, “Made life long friends”, “ Great fun”, “A fantastic experience”.

Find out more about the RYLA experience at www.ryla.co.uk

Applicants for sponsorship will be asked to complete an application form, and then attend for interview. For selected candidates, the full cost of the week’s course is covered by The Rotary Club of Cambridge. (For more details see www.cambridgerotary.org.uk )

If you are interested in proposing a candidate, please contact Rotarian John Barrett (jcabarrett@aol.com)

Addenbrookes and Rosie Hospital Open Day: Saturday 9/2/19, 9.30 - 3.30


There are a number of work opportunities available including full time, part time, flexible Bank work (temporary work) and gap year opportunities.

This day will be of interest to anyone who may be considering a career within the healthcare or medical fields.

Nursing, Midwifery & Healthcare Support Worker Open Day

Saturday 09 February 2019


The day is open to everyone, no booking is required -  just drop in at any time during the day!

Support Workers

  • Healthcare Support Workers
  • Maternity Care Assistants
  • Theatre Support Workers
  • Nursing Apprenticeships

Qualified Nurses and Midwives within the following specialities:

  • Adults
  • Paediatrics
  • Emergency Care
  • Critical Care
  • Medical, Surgical and Neuro
  • Oncology
  • Theatres and Recovery
  • Midwifery
  • Research
  • Specialist Nurses/Midwives
  • Return to Practice
  • Overseas and EU
  • Newly Qualified
  • Current Nursing & Midwifery Students

Who will be there?

 

  • On hand to offer advice will be nurses, midwives, Healthcare Support Workers, Theatre Support Workers, Maternity Care Assistants from all specialities along with representatives from a number of other Trust departments including Recruitment Services, Preceptorship, Apprenticeships, the Staff Bank (temporary work) and Staff Benefits.

Tours & Demonstrations

  • There will be a number of departmental tours including our operating departments with a number of hands on demonstrations and  workshops taking place. Find out from cardiology what an abnormal heart rate looks like, ‘gown and glove up’  with our operating  theatres, see some of the bespoke equipment used to help patients in oncology, learn how our paediatric teams use ‘playing’ as a way to help our younger patients through their treatment and get your arm plastered with the emergency team! These are just a few of the activities that will be taking place on the day.

 

As Royal Papworth will be joining the biomedical campus in the next few months, they will also be in attendance at this event.

 

For more information, go to:


bit.ly/cuhfeb19

Sanger Institute - Degree Apprenticeships


·         Four BSc (Hons) Bioinformatics apprenticeships with Anglia Ruskin University https://www.anglia.ac.uk/study/degree-apprenticeships/employers/our-courses/bioinformatics-employer-information
·         One BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions apprenticeship with Anglia Ruskin University https://www.anglia.ac.uk/study/degree-apprenticeships/employers/our-courses/digital-and-technology-solutions-employer-information
·         One Applied Bioscience – BSc (Hons) apprenticeship with Kent University https://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/2488/
 
Why degree apprenticeships?
·         These jobs are primarily aimed at students in their last year of A-level (or equivalent) studies.
·         Salaries for all roles £17,316 (well above the apprenticeship minimum wage)
·         The training costs are paid fully by our organisation
·         Apprentices are given 20% of their work hours (paid) to complete their studies
·         ‘Grow Your Own’ talent strategy in place to create great career paths