Work Experience 16-19 Year Olds
Work experience is a fantastic way to gain insight into a particular career. The South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust works with local schools and colleges to provide opportunities for young people to gain knowledge and experience of different roles and raise awareness of 350 potential career options within the National Health Service.
To assist schools/colleges, the Trust works in partnership with Work Inspiration who co-ordinate our school and further education college student requests (students studying up to level 3).
To apply, please contact your school/college career’s advisor/work experience coordinator who must submit your application on your behalf. Further information on the application process can be found here.
Work Inspiration – Business in the Community
Tel: (028) 9045 1444
Further Education Colleges/Training Organisations
If you are studying a Level 4 course or above and require a work experience placement, please ask your course Tutor to e-mail the Trust Placement Administrator with details of your course and placement requirements:
The e-mail must include:
1. a brief letter outlining the details of the request
2. a copy of the student’s current CV
3. possible dates for work experience (consideration will be given, but requested dates are not guaranteed)
Requests must be sent at least two months in advance of date to ensure the relevant documentation and Access NI checks (if needed) are in place prior to you commencing your work experience placement.
Margaret McDowell, Organisation & Workforce Development Department
Medical Work Experience
To view the Medical Work Experience Programme, click here.
For more information, contact Joanne Mehaffy on:
Tel: 028 9045 1444
All requests for medical electives must be sent to the Undergraduate Office at the Ulster Hospital. Please send your request via e-mail to Lee-Ann Irvine:
- Midwifery Work Experience
All requests for Nursing/Midwifery electives must be sent to the Practice Education Team. Please send your request via e-mail to Sonya McVeigh:
Requests for research within the Trust are coordinated by the Research Office at the Ulster Hospital. Please send your request via e-mail to Laura Moore.