Recruiting graduates: Developing future leaders in health and social care | Skills for Care

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[vc_column_text]Recruiting graduates? Last week Skills for Care launched a new Graduate Management Programme that fast-tracks graduates towards leadership roles, based on strategic frontline experience offered by their hosts. 

The Graduate Management Programme will be for one year and will commence in January 2018. Applications are now open from health and social care organisations interested in hosting one of their talented graduates, as a management trainee.

About the programme

It has been developed in partnership between Skills for Care and the NHS Leadership Academy. The new Graduate Management Programme will fast-track graduates towards leadership roles within innovative health and social care settings. For the first time, it also includes a secondment with NHS partners, which provides an important opportunity to consider the interface between health and social care.

Skills for Care are seeking forward-thinking employers that can provide practical experience of organisational strategy and managing change and committed to developing leadership capabilities at all levels.

The programme provides organisations with instant access to a talented pipeline of graduate management trainees who demonstrate the caring values and professional integrity. They provide a valuable and, often much needed, resource to support organisations in meeting its strategic priorities, implementing strategies for improvement and making a real difference to the people that require support.

If you would like to host one of Skills for Care graduate management trainees, and have what it takes to provide the right opportunities, they would like to hear from you.

Apply today by following the link below.
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