Learning Disability and Autism Health Care Assistant Recruitment Day | Our News

Learning Disability and Autism Health Care Assistant Recruitment Day

The Learning Disability and Autism team at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust (CWPT) is holding a Health Care Assistant (HCA) Recruitment Day on 5 October 2022.  Find out how you can make a difference to the lives of people with a learning disability and /or autism and start a rewarding career with CWPT.

We have exciting opportunities available for highly motivated, qualified health care assistants (HCA) who are looking for a new challenge to work within our Learning Disability and Autism service. Alternatively, you can join us as an apprentice and the trust will support you in gaining your HSC Level 3 qualifications.

Come along and meet our friendly team to find out more about our services and how we help our patients through their journey, by putting them at the heart of everything we do. Learn about the benefits and career progression opportunities available to CWPT staff, including apprenticeships and nursing career pathways.

Successful applicants will be joining the Trust’s highly specialist site at Brooklands Hospital in Solihull and wider community teams. It’s an exciting time to be joining, as the team is going through huge transformational change and investment in our services and staff to help ensure we provide outstanding and innovative care to our patients.

If you have a passion for making a difference and supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and/or autism, then we want you to join us.

The event takes place at:

Brooklands, Brian Oliver Centre, B37 5RY
9am – 4pm Wednesday 5 October 2022

To register your place or find out more about our upcoming Learning Disability and Autism Health Care Assistant Recruitment Day, call 0121 329 4900 or email ld&ainformation@covwarkpt.nhs.uk

See the full event poster here.

At CWPT, we also have a range of full and part-time, permanent and fixed-term clinical vacancies in our Learning Disability and Autism directorate. If you are looking for a new challenge and are enthusiastic and highly motivated, then we may just have a role for you. Visit the careers section of our website to find out more, or visit NHS Jobs for our latest opportunities.  

 

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