Applications are welcome from 17-year-olds, however the Learning and Development team will speak with applicants before offering a work experience placement to make sure that it is the right choice for the individual.
The Adult Care and Community Wellbeing Directorate are responsible for ensuring adults in our communities, their family and carers, are kept safe and provided with support to meet their needs. They work with adults including older people, people with learning disabilities, people with physical disabilities and mental health needs. They have a strong belief that prevention is key to future health. Their directorate includes Public Health colleagues who work to help people to stay healthy for longer.
When it comes to work experience opportunities in the Adult Care and Community Wellbeing Directorate, individuals might be surprised by the variety of potential opportunities we have available. From front-line assessment teams which include Social Workers, Day Opportunity Workers, Occupational Therapists and Nurses, to teams that focus on quality assurance, information systems, commissioning and contract management to name a few. The team work together to ensure our services are safe, innovative and meet the needs of our residents. Not only do they work in the heart of our communities, the team strive to keep individuals at the heart of their own support.
With such a variety of job roles available, the team are able to work with individuals to develop a bespoke work experience programme that develops their knowledge and makes sure that their time with them is meaningful and supports all learning needs...........View all work placements
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