NW London Training & Education Offerings

West London NHS Trust, Shaw Trust and West London College have partnered to offer an exciting inclusive package for refugees looking to step into work in healthcare across North West London.

Find out more here.

If you have any questions please email the project lead, Anthony Sembatya.

If you would like to achieve a Level 3 Peer Worker Certificate check out this exciting 10 week online programme by clicking here.

Are you interested in supported internship programmes?

Find out more

Application form

All electronic applications are to be emailed to rachael.heppenstall@cwc.ac.uk

with the subject line Supported Internship Application.

All hardcopies to be posted to:

Rachael Heppenstall

City of Westminster College

Maida Vale Campus

129 Elgin Avenue

London W9 2NR


There are more than 350 different careers in the NHS. Many work with patients while others work behind the scenes. What they all have in common is that they make a difference to people's lives. To find the NHS careers that best suit you, all you need to do is answer some simple questions. Take our careers quiz.

Find out more about the 350+ careers in the NHS

Making a Successful Application --> everyting you need to know. 

Having A Successful Interview --> everything you need to know.

NHS Careers Untapped, developed by 10 London trusts working in partnership and supported by the Talent for Care and Widening Participation programme in the London region, showcases clinical and non-clinical careers on lesser known roles in the NHS using videos, podcasts and webinars.

To find out more click here.

NHS E is delighted to announce the launch of four free online programmes to support students to prepare for their first registered post on the following pre-registration programmes: midwifery, diagnostic radiography, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy

These programmes include information on the transition from student into your first post as a registered professional, with advice for searching and applying for a first job, what to expect at the start, how to make the most of the early stages of your career, and much more:

·       Registering as a healthcare professional

·       Interview tips

·       Career pathways

·       Induction and preceptorship

·       Health and wellbeing

·       Promotional flyers are attached to print and display in HEIs and placement areas.

For more information, please contact remi.coventry@hee.nhs.uk

'Preparing for your future as a midwife’ programme

'Preparing for your future as a physiotherapist’ programme 

'Preparing for your future as an occupational therapist’ programme

'Preparing for your future as a diagnostic radiographer’ programme 

We are excited to tell you about this free training opportunity for support workers in North West London’s primary care, social care and NHS trusts. This training is designed to develop essential knowledge, skills, behaviours and values to progress support workers in their careers or support them to be the best they can be in their current role.

It aims to:

  • Improve quality and standards of patient care
  • Enhance your communication and self-confidence
  •  Improve literacy and numeracy skills
  • Supports career progression.

For more information click here.

A new hub of resources has been developed to give nurses and student nurses an insight into working in prison settings.

The hub features a range of elearning sessions to help healthcare professionals to support female, male and youth prisoners. Topics include menopause, reproductive health, substance abuse and ethics, law and human rights.

It also includes stories from health and justice nurses and contains virtual reality resources so that learners can experience what it is like to work in a male prison.

The hub offers a ‘one stop shop’ of educational resources and training packages that are free to access on the elearning for healthcare Hub. It has been developed in collaboration with experts who already work in this space.

For more information and to access the hub, please visit the Resources for Health and Justice Nurses programme page.

Please also look out for our posts on Twitter @NHSE_TEL and help share the message where you can.

You can also read more about the latest programmes by emailing england.edtechcomms@nhs.net to receive the TEL News newsletter.

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